Liverpool John Moores University

Liverpool John Moores University

Egerton Court, 2 Rodney Street, Liverpool, L3 5UX
0151 231 5090
Vice Chancellor
Professor Nigel Weatherill

The only University in Europe to reach the standard required for a full EFQM (Business) Excellence award (British Quality Foundation 2008) and one of only fifty organisations in the UK ever to achieve this standard (including Rolls Royce, Hewlett Packard and Siemens). “World leading” research strengths in STEMS and STEM-related areas including Astrophysics, Sports Science, General Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering. One of the top universities in the country for working effectively with business, the professions and the community. LJMU is the largest post-graduate provider in the North West. WoW (World of Work) is a globally-unique programme, designed with major blue chip companies and with student assessment undertaken by employers, which aims to make LJMU graduates the most valued by employers and equip them for self-employment.

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