University of Liverpool
The University of Liverpool has an aim to support students as they become highly employable, creative, and culturally rich graduates, with the capacity to find employment that will enable them to be agents for change in a connected world. With 7,700 international students out of the 22,000 on campus, you will be welcomed and accepted easily into UoL’s community. Additionally the city of Liverpool shapes the University through its dynamic spirit, global outlook and pioneering opportunities and we shape the city through our extensive collaborative local network. Energetic, beautiful, creative… you will soon realise there is nowhere quite like Liverpool.
60 credits = 24 ANU units.
Students MUST study 60 credits at this partner. This may be made up of any number of courses that totals 60 credits.
A standard course is 15 credits. Students ordinarily take 4 courses per semester.
Room Available In Degree
Students must have room in their degree (a total of 24 ANU units available) when applying for exchange.
Students MUST be enrolled at ANU during their exchange semester, in an exchange shell code(s) with their ANU academic college(s) that totals 24 ANU units.
Undergraduate courses are offered by University of Liverpool through its Schools of Architecture, Dentistry, Veterinary Science, Health Sciences, Law, and Management School, contain certain modules which may not be undertaken by exchange students.
A list of those restricted courses are contained in the University of Liverpool’s Guide to Choosing Modules which is available for potential exchange students to consider prior to applying for such a course at http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/international/incomingexchange/incoming-studying/
Students staying in Liverpool for only one semester can apply for a self-catered, single study bedroom in the Study Abroad Village, located in Melville Grove and Tudor Close. Around 350 rooms are available and are shared between incoming and outgoing students, creating a truly international atmosphere. Accommodation in the Study Abroad Village is not guaranteed, and where necessary preference is given to incoming exchange students from partner universities outside of the EU.
Indicative Travel and living costs: Living expenses in Liverpool are low compared to many other UK cities. Students are advised to budget between £6,000 and £7,000 to live in Liverpool for a year. This includes accommodation, food and local travel.
For all ANU endorsed programs you continue to pay your fees to ANU, but you are exempt from paying tuition fees to the institution overseas. Often long-term overseas study will not cost much more than studying in Australia and it will give you an experience of a lifetime.
It's possible to hold more than one scholarship, bursary or grant at a time, so checking out all of the funding opportunities available to you is a good idea.
You may also be able to source some funding through our partner universities - they provide scholarships and grants to encourage you to choose them as your destination.
OS-HELP is a Government loan scheme to assist eligible Australian students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place, who wish to undertake an overseas experience as part of their degree
Language of Instruction
English – Science and Engineering 6.0 IELTS with min of 5.5 in each section, Humanities and Social Sciences 6.5 with minimum of 5.5 in each section
Restriction and considerations
A list of those restricted courses are contained in the University of Liverpool’s Guide to Choosing Modules which is available for potential exchange students to consider prior to applying for such a course at:
Fact sheet: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/media/livacuk/study/SAT,Fact,sheet-version_2016-17,(2).pdf
International Study: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/study/international/
Choosing modules: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/media/livacuk/study/international/study-abroad/Guide,to,Choosing,Modules,1718.pdf