Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Liverpool John Moores University rating is 4.4. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
The Liverpool John Moores University offers courses related to the fields:
Liverpool John Moores University Campuses are located in:
I recently had the opportunity to attend Liverpool John Moores University, and I must say that my experience was nothing short of remarkable. From the moment I arrived on campus, I felt welcomed and supported by the university community.
One of the standout aspects of Liverpool John Moores University is its dedication to academic excellence. The faculty members are not only highly knowledgeable and experienced in their respective fields but also approachable and willing to go the extra mile to help students succeed. The small class sizes allowed for personalized attention, and I never hesitated to seek assistance from my professors whenever I encountered challenges in my studies.
The university’s modern facilities and well-equipped laboratories also impressed me. Whether it was the state-of-the-art library, the cutting-edge research centers, or the spacious study areas, everything contributed to creating a conducive learning environment.View more
Attending the university as a mature student I was apprehensive to step back into eduction and changing my schedule drastically. However during my studies towards my marketing degree I have not only developed skills and knowledge needed for my industry but the employability skills needed to succeed. I have appreciated the focus on making students employable not just having a degree. My modules have been interesting and after seeing what is needed for internships I know my modules are extremely useful.
Selected campuses are decorated and modern although some do need updating.
The university has loads of students from different cultural backgrounds, which shows how this university is quite famous around the globe. The student life is a bit boring, but the staff and faculty are extremely nice and cooperative. You can get almost every type of guidance from anyone in student life building. Their study portal is extremely interactive and user-friendly. However, there should be more work on keeping the students updated on the small gatherings/events happening in the university via their social media.View more
My experience at LJMU has been parred none and has exceeded my expectations. The facilities are superb and staff members are accommodating, approachable and welcoming. Honestly speaking, attending LJMU feels like a home away from home. Socially the university has a very inclusive culture.
I cannot speak for all programs, but the MA in Education has been life and career-transforming for me. I am very happy I chose LJMU.View more
The university’s admissions process is very simple and easy to follow.
Once you have been accepted the support from the university doesn’t go unnoticed, the keep you up to date with the next steps you need to take.
I think John Moores is a really good university, the lecturers and faculty member’s really care about the students and their well-being. My course was fun and very interactive, good balance of lab-based work and lecturesView more
I would very much recommend LJMU to any student who wishes to pursue a Master’s degree in the field of Civil engineering and Built environment. The positives include top-notch facilities like library, academic achievement team, student futures team, the student life building which is 24 x 7 and obviously the faculties. On the other side, I have faced a little difficulties during the initial months being an international student, especially with the software lab sessions. However, on a constructive note, the academic achievement team helped me to cop up with the pace and I overcame the struggles with the passage of time.View more
My first year of university was a very cohesive and consistent year in terms of academic engagement from the staff and university itself. I was met with a sufficient level of support and felt I was able to develop and gain significant knowledge in my respective degree, which was a law degree. However due to the COVID pandemic that certainty, security and support suddenly became scarce or not available at all. I understand that the pandemic was something unthought off, however the way the university handled the pandemic over the 2 years I still had was very unsatisfactory. I am able to state this due to my fellow peers at my university felt but also due to how my peers in other universities were proving to me that their university was handling issues with the pandemic in a much more responsible and considerate manner. So for the that I would say had it been a standard university experience prior to COVID, the way my university carry’s out day to day teaching was above satisfactory.View more