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Applying to Liverpool John Moores University
- Entry Requirements:
160-175 UCAS Points
Average range for Liverpool John Moores University entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEF Rating
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Liverpool John Moores University Reputation
Liverpool John Moores University is located in North West England, Merseyside. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 22,445 students are enrolled at Liverpool John Moores University:
- 20,870 of these students come from the UK
- 380 come from other EU countries
- And 1,195 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2016/17)
The graduate outcomes for Liverpool John Moores University show that six months after leaving university, 96% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving Liverpool John Moores University, is £19,000 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
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One of the biggest scams I’ve endured in my life was going to LJMU. On open day they promised me the world and claimed that every student gets a job upon graduating in their field of study. All of the “dream, plan, achieve” was just a vague motto that was meant to reel in vulnerable people. LJMU should offer a disclaimer to state that going to their institute could be a costly waste of time.
MSc in Astrophysics by distance learning: Horrible, miserable staff, unprofessional, a totally disgrace, ridiculous system, please don't waste your money...!!! Lack of feedback, no exam solutions provided, poor communication, invest your money in other institution. They have no idea what means distance learning no support and no way to learn anything..!!!!
Did a journalism degree at LJMU, please go elsewhere - this uni is the worst "education" I've ever experienced. I pretty much spent £9000 a year to self-teach. The students are flat and boring but at least their better than the lecturers. The journalism lecturers are unhelpful, rude and unprofessional - how they ever made it to the top tier of teaching is a complete joke.
The Drama course is one of the least organised efforts in all of humanity's history. The vast majority of the course tutors have displayed astronomic levels of arrogance, incompetence, pomposity and un-earned braggadocio that has made the £9,250 a year cost for the pleasure of their company hard to swallow. In terms of ability, most of these tutors wouldn't make the grade at the majority of primary schools and the communication between staff members could only be made worse if they hired mimes instead of PHDs.
Fine art is very poor. Hardly any contact with tutors or lecturers. My tutor has spent a little more than twenty minutes with me all year. She still doesn't know all the names of her tutor group even. No one is remotely interested in students or their work. Staff go through the motions needed to be paid and disappear. So gutted I chose to come here. There isn't enough room or equipment. Libraries are excellent but everything else is extremely poor value for money.
I have a applied for a postgraduate study at LJMU. First week of enrolment I have cancelled my enrolment for personal reasons. Although I have made several attempts, I was unable to speak to the course leader until the end of second week. Leader's unavailability has caused me to pay 207 admin fee for the two weeks which I have never attended neither present at classes.
Disappointed with the help and support from John Moore's university. Also disappointed with the attitude received from lecturers during teaching as they showed no enthusiasm towards the course topic. This led to me moving to Hope university in Liverpool which has a much friendlier atmosphere and tutors have made the effort to get to know students.
From my experience the lectures put their heart and soul into their job and try their up most best to ensure you have the best support possible. Fabulous Eduacation studies team and feel privelidged to have spent three wonderful years there
The campuses don't actually feel like campuses, more just like 2 or 3 buildings. Everything is so spaced out which is annoying for student halls. The teaching is normally really good however the exam preparation we have been given isn't great. I do really like my course but would be better if you could pick your modules in the second year.
Facility wise, I don't think there are enough computers in Byrom St campus as sometimes classes are on then we have no access to those rooms. There is also no quiet space to go study inbetween lectures and the library isn't always that quiet
Couldn't use WiFi as their system didn't allow nexus 5s to connect. Not really important as you get 4g everywhere. My course was mainly independent so having poor lecturers wasn't so bad but the worst part is probably having no work for weeks then 4 assignments in for the same day or something similar. Good uni. I do enjoy the course all slandering aside
I'm so glad I came to this university over the Uni of Liverpool. The staff at the university are so lovely and willing to help you with any problem you may have during the duration of the course. The rating on campus will vary as there are different buildings, I am fortunate enough to attend Redmonds building which is the most modern one.