University of Liverpool
Liverpool has played a pivotal role in modern British history. Its ports once handled nearly half of the world’s trade and the city’s impressive and unique architecture is a reminder of this historic wealth. The 20th century saw Liverpool become famous for its music, most notably the Beatles, and its nightlife is some of the best in Britain. The University of Liverpool was founded in 1881, since when its members have won eight Nobel Prizes. It has 21,000 students (including 4,000 postgraduates) and offers an extensive range of study options.
International student fees:
Undergraduate: From £11,800 – £15,200
Postgraduate: From £11,800 – £16,500