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Liverpool John Moores University

Since starting to work with Liverpool John Moores University in 2008, Study Group has helped the University to welcome an increasing number of international students to study in the world famous city of Liverpool.

Liverpool John Moores University

The best possible preparation for university success

Thanks to degrees founded on high-quality teaching, ground-breaking research and extensive links with employers, entrepreneurs and business leaders, LJMU provides students with the skills required for professional success. 

The International Study Centre helps students to attain the level of academic knowledge, English language and study skills essential for smooth progression into wide range of degrees at LJMU. The Centre is located close to key university facilities, with Liverpool’s vibrant city centre just five minutes walk away.

"It would have been very hard if I hadn't gone to the International Study Centre because back home we have a different education system. Going to the University without that course, it would've been complicated. It was helpful to get used to the system, the teaching methods and the culture itself. The teaching style is similar in the International Study Centre and the University so it was good preparation. We used libraries and other facilities at LJMU during the English language course, so when I started my degree, I already knew where to go, where to get the books and how to use the facilities."

Magomed from Chechnya
English for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Studies
Progressed to BEng Computer Technology, then MSc Microelectronic System Design. Now pursuing a PhD.

International Study Centre programmes:
Extended International Foundation Year
Extended International Year One
International Foundation Year
International Year One
Pre-Masters Programme
English Language Preparation
English for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Studies
English for PhD Studies

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