The University of Liverpool is a public teaching and research learning institute located in the city of Liverpool, England. It is a member of the Russel Group of large research-intensive universities and also a founding member of the Northern Consortium, an educational charity owned by 11 universities in England which assists students in preparing for study outside of their home country. Founded in 1881 as University College Liverpool, the college then became part of the federal Victoria University in 1884 before becoming an independent university in 1903, the same time it was renamed University of Liverpool. In 1994, the university became a member of the Russel Group of Universities.
Today, the University of Liverpool is ranked as one of U.K.’s top 20 research universities. It is credited with having produced eight Nobel Prize winners and is renowned for being a “center of excellence” in many disciplines including engineering, medicine, dentistry, business, and law.
In addition, the university is also known for being among the first to establish academic expertise in e-business through its Online Masters Degrees program which it offers in partnership with Laureate Online Education. The university’s online degree program allows students to complete a Master’s degree 100% online. Coursework for each degree is designed to fit each student’s schedule even as it maintains the same high quality of teaching it provides in each of its traditional on-campus courses.
Online degree programs offered include a Doctor of Business Administration degree and Master’s degrees in Business Administration (MBA) and Specializations; Management; Information Technology; Health; Law; and Psychology.
Tuition cost for online degree programs vary depending on the degree program chosen and on the location of the student. Financial aid is available.