As a member of the Russell Group, the university has a reputation for excellence and students with a University of Liverpool qualification immediately stand apart from their peers.
The university understands that what employers really want from graduates is breadth of knowledge, versatility, ambition, and a truly global outlook – and it is these qualities that it aims to equip its graduates with. One way it does this is through the work of its pioneering Careers Studio, the UK’s first peer-to-peer employability space. Career Coaches and employability experts work together to ensure every student is exposed to the right experiences to develop the skills and expertise they need during university and into their early career.
The university also offers many students the option to spend a year in industry as part of their degree and the opportunity to study abroad, including at their Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University campus in China, through the Year in China programme. These opportunities enable students to further enhance their employability with real-world experience and learn a new language.
Notable graduates include former Poet Laureate Dame Carol Ann Duffy, CEO of Coca-Cola James Quincey, US Federal Judge Wendy Beetlestone, and the 5th President of Singapore Dr Ong Teng Cheong, and Liverpool is associated with 10 Nobel prize winners.
University of Liverpool students on Whatuni say:
“The newly established Career Studio at the university helps a lot in finding career opportunities but also build a good CV. University also provides many opportunities for students to take part in interesting projects and internships.”
“There is a careers studio with lots of careers coaches who are usually students as well as senior staff. The facilities are really good.”
“There is an amazing career hub within the campus who make impeccable efforts to get companies and encourage us to participate in as much as we can.”
The Foundation Building,
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