The University of Liverpool, Centre for Educational Leadership

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University of Liverpool is one of the three universities in Liverpool (other two are Liverpool Hope University or Liverpool John Moores University). It was founded in 1881 as a University College Liverpool. It became an independent university with the right to confer its own degrees called the University of Liverpool in 1903 following a Royal Charter and Act of Parliament. It is one of original so called “Red Brick” universities (civic universities that were established mostly in the second half of the 19th century characterized by red-brick Victorian buildings). It is a member of the Russell Group. Nowadays there study more than 20,000 full-time students, nearly 17,000 of them are undergraduates, the rest are postgraduates. Around 3,000 students study on external study. It has more than 230 first degree courses across 103 subjects. The university has produced eight Nobel Prize winners.

The whole University of Liverpool campus is located close to the city centre, at the top of Brownlow Hill and Mount Pleasant. There are six faculties here Arts, Engineering, Medicine, Social and Environmental Sciences, Sciences and Veterinary Science. In the picture is the building of Centre for Educational Leadership.
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