University of Liverpool
|University of Liverpool|
|motto||Haec otia studia fovent|
|place||Liverpool , UK|
|Vice Chancellor||Janet Beer|
|Annual budget||577.7 million GBP|
The University of Liverpool ( English : University of Liverpool ) is a state university in the northern English city of Liverpool [ ˈlɪv etwapuːl ] with around 30,000 students (2018/19). It is the oldest in a series of British universities created as part of a Victorian educational reform.
In 1882 the University College became Liverpool . From 1884, it was part of the historic Victoria University for almost 20 years, a merger with other colleges in Manchester and Leeds . In 1903 the university was separated and founded as an independent university with the status of a Royal Charter .
The facilities include the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Liverpool, which since 1899 has also included a tropical medicine department and a university hospital.
On 23 May 2006, the University of Liverpool founded in partnership with the Jiaotong University Xi'an in Suzhou , in the province of Jiangsu of the People's Republic of China , the Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (short form: XJTLU). It is a science and engineering university with an additional focus on English. The language of instruction is English and most faculties have a high proportion of international professors. Students receive both a degree from Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University and a degree from the University of Liverpool.
The university is divided into six faculties with a total of 54 departments and over 100 subjects:
- Faculty of Arts ( Arts )
- Faculty of Natural Sciences ( Science )
- Faculty of Engineering ( Engineering )
- Faculty of Social and Environmental Sciences ( Social and Environmental Studies )
- Faculty of Medicine and Life Sciences including Psychology ( Health and Life Sciences )
- Faculty of Veterinary Medicine ( Veterinary Science )
Nobel Prize Winner
- Ronald Ross , Medical Doctor, Nobel Prize in Medicine
- Charles Glover Barkla , physicist, Nobel Prize in Physics
- Charles Scott Sherrington , neurophysiologist, Nobel Prize in Medicine
- James Chadwick , physicist, Nobel Prize in Physics
- Robert Robinson , chemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry
- Har Gobind Khorana , molecular biologist, Nobel Prize in Medicine
- Rodney R. Porter , biochemist, Nobel Prize in Medicine
- Ronald Coase , economist, Nobel Prize in Economics
- Józef Rotblat , physicist, Nobel Peace Prize
- Lascelles Abercrombie , British poet and literary scholar (1881-1938)
- Philip Clarke , CEO of the Tesco retail chain
- Frank Duckworth , statistician, developed the Duckworth-Lewis method
- Carol Ann Duffy , Scottish poet and playwright
- Dawda Kairaba Jawara , first head of state of the Republic of Gambia
- Sanjay Jha , Motorola Co-CEO
- Tony McNulty , British Labor Party politician who has held several ministerial offices
- Donald Nicholls , former Lord Judge in Great Britain
- William Parry , mathematician, research in dynamic systems and ergodic theory
- Stella Rimington , first director of MI5, UK domestic intelligence agency
- David Weatherall , British molecular geneticist and medical scientist at Oxford University
- Brian May , British physicist and musician and Honorary Chancellor of Liverpool University from 2008 to 2013
- In the QS World University Ranking 2014, the university achieved a place in the top 125 worldwide.
- In the Times Higher Education Ranking 2015, the University of Liverpool ranks 157th worldwide. The medical and natural science faculties each make it into the top 100 (90th and 93rd place respectively).
- In the Shanghai ranking of 2014, Liverpool University is in the top 150 worldwide, as in previous years. In particular, the medical faculty with placements among the top 100 stands out.
- Official website of the University of Liverpool
- English language online Masters course from Liverpool University
- Icon Radio of the University of Liverpool
- Where do HE students study? Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), accessed March 17, 2020 .