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Liverpool International College, located in Liverpool, the UK, is an educational institution that offers more than 450 programmes for its students. It is accredited by all the main scientific research councils of the UK .These are inclusive of undergraduate, postgraduate and online degree programmes. It consists of 6000 international on-campus students and 1,300 leading researchers. The research themes include Global Health, Changing Cultures, Sustainable energy and more. Also, quality residential accommodation is guaranteed for first years.

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£9,600

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

£1,000

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UNDERGRADUATE

£18,500

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image Anonymous, Kuwait 4

Liverpool is well connected to other cities

When you come here for this course, make sure you study hard. Be warned the classes are quite long they are 90 minutes rather an an hour, and they start at 9am and sometimes you won't finish until 6.15pm which is a long day but you won't often have full days. I want to do a degree in Mechanical engineer read full review

When you come here for this course, make sure you study hard. Be warned the classes are quite long they are 90 minutes rather an an hour, and they start at 9am and sometimes you won't finish until 6.15pm which is a long day but you won't often have full days. I want to do a degree in Mechanical engineering after this, you need a 60% , and a 65% in English to get onto the course at the University of Liverpool. I have a 55% at the moment in English so hopefully i can achieve the 65% needed. I like the city, it is near to Manchester, and you can get to London in just over 2 hours so you are really well connected to other main cities. show less

image Anonymous, Kuwait 4

If possible just go straight to the university, skip this college

I'd recommend the University of Liverpool which we go onto from the international college , but not the college. The international college puts too much pressure on alot of useless work and not relevant subjects. Some subjects are great, and the teachers are brilliant. The tutorials are really helpful a read full review

I'd recommend the University of Liverpool which we go onto from the international college , but not the college. The international college puts too much pressure on alot of useless work and not relevant subjects. Some subjects are great, and the teachers are brilliant. The tutorials are really helpful and I learn alot more from them. The city of Liverpool is very nice, and the university has great library facilities and it is modern. We get to use the universities facilities at the college. I wouldn't recommend the college, if possible just go straight into the university, that is alot better. show less