UGA Exchange, University of Liverpool
The University of Liverpool is one of the great centres of research, knowledge and innovation. Our pioneering reputation attracts students, experts and partners from around the world. Through our research, teaching and collaborations we seek to be life changing and world shaping.
Why Study at the University of Liverpool
Study Abroad at the University of Liverpool Video
Videos - Liverpool Voices
- Ranked in the top 200 of universities worldwide
- Member of the Russell Group of UK research-intensive universities
- 33,00 students, including 8,000+ international students
- Awarded best Students' Union 2016
- Ranked 4th "friendliest city" in the world (Rough Guides 2016)
- More galleries and museums than any UK city outside London
- One of the most cost-effective cities in the UK
Liverpool has been home to explorers and revolutionaries for over 800 years.Their pioneering spirit is alive in the city and inspires our university.
- Arts, music and cultural capital
- Birthplace of the Beatles
- City with the most museums and galleries outside London
- European Capital of Culture 2008
- World Heritage skyline
Inbound Student Handbook
Liverpool Exchange Fact_sheet-version_2019-20.pdf
- Two scholarships of £1000 or four scholarships of £500 available to UGA students in Academic Year 2020-21, 2021-22 & 2022-23.
- UGA - Liverpool Exchange applicants should submit a complete OGE General Scholarship Application to be considered for a Liverpool scholarship.
- Funding is provided by the University of Liverpool and to be disbursed by Liverpool either as a credit toward semester accommodation or draft after arrival.
- Scholarship priority is for UGA - Liverpool Exchange participants with demonstrated financial need.
Ms. Colleen Larson
Global Education Advisor, Office of Global Engagement
Global Engagement Building
1324 S. Lumpkin Street
Athens, GA 30602
Schedule an OGE Exchange Advising Appointment - Zoom Appts Available
2020-2021 Liverpool Guide to Choosing Modules.pdf
Includes Course lists and links to syllabi
Liverpool Subjects (Modules) available in Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, Architecture, Chemistry, Communication & Media, Computer Science, Earth, Ocean, Ecological Science, Electrical Engineering & Electronics, Engineering, English, Geography & Planning, History, Irish Studies, Law, Life Sciences, Management/Business, Mathematics, Modern Languages & Cultures, Music, Physics, Philosophy, Politics & International Affairs, Psychology, Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology.
Academics at Liverpool
The possible lcourse/module evels are:
Liverpool Research Projects also Available for credit during Fall/Spring/Full-year
- Level 4 FHEQ= 1st Year module/ 100 code Undergraduate Intro/Lower Level
- Level 5 FHEQ = 2nd Year module/ 200 code Undergraduate Upper Level
- Level 6 FHEQ = 3rd Year module/ 300 code Undergraduate Upper Level
- Level 7 FHEQ = Masters Level module/ 400-500 code
- Each research project is a University of Liverpool module worth 15 Liverpool credits (7.5 ECTS)
- Students can choose to take a Research Project as a module (subject) alongside a normal semester study
- Semester projects will be 12 weeks in length and will be taken alongside other modules of study (a full load at Liverpool is 60 credits)
- In 2017-18 Liverpool had projects in a range of subject areas, including Music, Computer Science, Architecture and Engineering
- Students will receive a transcript with a grade for the project undertaken – assessment can be in a variety of formats including portfolios and poster presentation (each individual department sets their own assessment)
- University of Liverpool Semester Research Projects Catalogue 2018.pdf
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- UGA student in good academic standing
Liverpool Term Dates
Fall/Semester 1: Late September to Mid December* UGA students will arrange to take Fall Liverpool exams at UGA, usually scheduled in January
Spring/Semester 2: Late January to Late May/Early June
Full Year: Late September to Early June
The City of Liverpool has a large student population, with three universities located in the city centre and plenty of accommodation on offer. Students coming for a full year are guaranteed accommodation in any of our Halls of Residence.
For students coming for one semester only, the University is proud to offer accommodation in the Study Abroad Village, which consists of Melville Grove and Tudor Close. This are apartment-style, on-campus, self-catered accommodation. Each student has their own bedroom with shared bathroom facilities. Where demand exceeds supply, preference is given to students coming from International Study Abroad Partner Universities.
If you are interested in accommodation in the private sector, then please contact Liverpool Student Homes, an organisation run jointly between three universities (including the University of Liverpool). We encourage all students intending to live in private accommodation to arrive the week before classes begin to look for accommodation.