Liverpool John Moores University2014 League Table Ranking 82
2014 Overall Score 558
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Bursaries and Scholarships
Bursaries as approved for 2013-entry by OFFA
- According to figures published by the Office for Fair Access (OFFA), LJMU spends more than the sector average on supporting lower income and other disadvantaged students.
- If you are in your first year in higher education in 2013–14 and you are paying £9,000 tuition fees (by loan or other means) and your household income is £25,000 or less per year, you will qualify for a non repayable bursary of £500 for each year of your course.
- You can spend this bursary as you wish, towards your everyday living costs, to pay off part of your tuition fees or to reduce the amount of student loan that you take out. LJMU bursaries are paid automatically to eligible students -you do not need to apply for them.
- For further information on student funding at LJMU visit the website www.ljmu.ac.uk/feesandfunding
Scholarships as approved for 2013-entry by OFFA
- The National Scholarship Programme: 982 scholarships for students who are from Englandwith household incomes of £16,000 or less and 280 UCAS tariff points from three units. Successful students will receive a fee waiver (fee reduction) of £2,000 and £1,000 cash. This award is for level one only
- Vice Chancellor's Scholarship: this highly prestigious award is presented to students who are both academically gifted and who have achieved a level of excellence in other areas that set them apart from their peers. A maximum of six awards are made each year. Successful students receive £10,000 per year for the duration of their course.
- Dream Plan Achieve Scholarships: 100 scholarships that are for high achieving students who obtain a minimum of 360 UCAS points in three subjects at A2 or equivalent. Students who qualify for the scholarship receive £1,000 per year for the duration of their degree.
- Michael Brown Scholarships: 12 scholarships per year for students that achieve 360 UCAS tariff points from three units at A2 level.
- Achievers Scholarships: 100 awards of £1,000 per year are available for students who can show a level of commitment, determination and achievement in areas such as the arts, sports, citizenship or volunteering.
- Sports Scholarships: these scholarships harness LJMU's internationally-respected sports science research and combine it with targeted learning support to help students who are also top-level sporting stars achieve both their sporting and academic potential.
- The John Lennon Imagine Awards offer £1,000 per year for students that come to university from Local Authority Care plus access to additional bespoke support such as a mentor or 365 day accommodation if needed.
Tuition Fees 2013
Liverpool John Moores University Tuition Fees 2013
|Minimum fee||£4,000||Average fee||£8,875|
|Maximum fee||£9,000||Average cost to student*||£8,331|
* The estimated average cost per student after allowing for financial support (e.g. fee waivers and bursaries) from the institution.
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- The average tuition fees for full-time UK and other EU students beginning their undergraduate studies at English universities in 2013 will be £8,507.
- This reduces to £7,898 when all financial support is taken into account, including the National Scholarship Programme, bursaries, scholarships, and fee waivers and discounts.
Reddin Survey of University Tuition Fees
The table below lists the annual tuition fees that were charged to new students entering the first year of an undergraduate degree or a one-year taught postgraduate course, most recently for those entering in September/October 2013. Note that these are tuition fees only for the full academic year and do not include accommodation, living costs or travel costs, etc. The fees information for this university is an extract from the Reddin Fees Survey – a survey of UK university tuition fees. See the full table listing all universities participating in the survey.
Fees for UK nationals with UK residence (home students) and EU nationals with EU residence (EU students) are the same, whereas fees for other overseas students are typically differentiated by course, usually in two bands: one for arts/classroom based courses and the other, typically higher, for science/laboratory based courses (fees for medicine and dentistry are generally much higher). Universities in Scotland and Northern Ireland may charge a different fee for RUK (rest of the UK) students.
Postgraduate course fees do not necessarily fit neatly in fee bands and further enquiry should be made to a university (or its website) for the exact fees for a particular course.
|Year||UK and EU Students||Overseas – Classroom||Overseas – Laboratory|
|* MBAOS - Executive MBA £9700|
|* MBAEU £7900 - Executive MBA £9500; MBAOS - £8500 - Executive MBA £9450|
We wish to acknowledge and warmly thank the late Mike Reddin for permission to publish extracts from his tables of university and college fees.
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