Liverpool John Moores University

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It only takes the spark of an idea to create a truly transforming institution, and so it was in the early 1800s that men of power and influence converged upon Liverpool with their energy and enthusiasm for creating educational opportunities for the working people of the city.

They were the founding fathers of a movement that through the centuries has become Liverpool John Moores University.

Today, with a vibrant community of 25,000 students from over 100 countries world-wide, 2,500 staff and 250 degree courses, Liverpool John Moores University is one of the largest, most dynamic and forward-thinking universities in the UK.

As a modern, civic university, we are integral to the life of the city, but we are also global in our approach, forging international partnerships to facilitate world-leading research and collaboration to tackle some of the huge global issues facing the modern world.

  • Expert advises police on anti-terror

    Liverpool John Moores University is proving to be a pioneering voice in shaping police policy around terrorism and protecting young people from radicalisation in the region.

  • Domestic abuse laid bare

    Liverpool John Moores University and the Digital-Trust have launched the UK’s most comprehensive study into domestic abuse, investigating physical violence, coercive control and digital abuse within relationships.

  • Seeing deeper into the cosmos

    Liverpool John Moores University is once again at the leading edge of international research in astrophysics by developing another robotic telescope – this time bigger, faster and more hi-tech than ever before.

  • Liverpool to be leading ‘sensor city’

    The England European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020, has awarded £5 million to support the development of a hi-tech sensor hub in Liverpool city centre.

  • Hope for Sumatran orangutans

    More Sumatran orangutans live in the wild than previously thought, a new survey has revealed, yet continuing deforestation is likely to substantially reduce their number, say academics.

  • Copperas Hill hub gets green light

    Liverpool John Moores University has been granted planning permission for a new £100m flagship building on Copperas Hill.

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