Make valuable use of the free time that the past few months have opened up.
You may have had to put many things on hold during 2020, your education doesn't have to be one of them. Now is your time to learn, to develop and be ready for the world. By starting your university education now, you can look forward to achieving your graduation dreams and starting an exciting graduate-level job in just a few short years. Whether your goal is to start your own business, research medical developments, work for an NGO or something in between, this is your future.
You can choose how you study, either on campus or virtually from your home. Our experienced, specialist staff will be available to offer academic guidance, tutorial sessions, careers advice as well as personal and welfare support. We'll get you to where you want to be, the way you want to get there.
Find out about studying your programme on campus, what to expect from blended learning and tips for preparing to travel.
If you are unable to join us on campus for the start of your programme, you can either start virtually and join us in the UK later, or study full-time from home.
Gain a competitive edge before you start your academic programme with our online preparation course.
We offer a choice of study options so you can feel confident to start your programme, keep your studies on track and achieve your university goals.
If you join us on campus, you can expect:
You may be unsure about travelling right now, or prefer to study from the comfort of your home. That's why we are offering two flexible options for virtual learning:
Studying virtually, you can expect:
Our aim is for our campus to be fully open for the start of your course in September 2021 and to get you where you want to be, studying at Liverpool John Moores University. Please do check back here regularly for updates on our plans for September 2021.
*We hope you will be able to travel to the UK and study with us on campus. If, however, you are unable to travel for the whole of your pathway programme you can complete your studies from home by exception and with agreement from the Head of Centre. The University will recognise virtual-only study and assessment for progression to the 2021/22 academic year due to the exceptional circumstances related to COVID-19, with the agreement from the Head of Centre and on the condition that you have met the progression requirements.
Please note that this information is subject to change. Government guidance to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is regularly changing and therefore we will continue to review and adapt the measures that we’re putting in place to safeguard our staff and students. Students should continue to check government health and travel advice regularly before making any plans to travel. We will continue to communicate with you in the event of any changes.