Admission and Financing


Applying for a University of Liverpool online degree programme is straightforward. Your first step is to choose a degree that interests you and fill in an information request form. An Enrolment Advisor will then contact you to discuss your goals, check that you meet the entry requirements, tell you about payment plans and any scholarships or grants available, and guide you through the application process.

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General entry requirements

The admission requirements for the University of Liverpool vary depending on the programme you choose. They include:

  • Education level – usually a bachelors or masters degree, depending on the study for which you are applying; vocational and professional qualifications can also count.
  • Work experience – you may be expected to have a minimum amount of relevant working experience.
  • English proficiency – If English is not your native language, you will be asked to demonstrate a particular level of English proficiency.

Tuition fees

Tuition fees for University of Liverpool online postgraduate degree vary, as the programmes are tailored to the specific needs of professionals in each field. To learn more about tuition costs, please complete the information request form and an Enrolment Advisor will be in touch with you.

Monthly payment plans

To help you manage the costs of your University of Liverpool degree programme, we offer a number of tuition payment options, including:

  • A single instalment to give you the best possible savings.
  • A monthly payment plan to spread your tuition fees over 36 or 45 months.
  • A pay-as-you-go plan so you pay as you progress through your degree.
  • A three-instalment plan that lowers the cost of your tuition.

The admission process

1. Choose your programme
Enquire about a degree by filling in the request form. An Enrolment Advisor will then call you to talk about your goals and best options.

2. Gain admission
Your Enrolment Advisor will support you in applying to the University once you’re ready. Payment and start date will be set out in a Student Agreement.

3. Prepare
Before your start date, you’ll be asked to order your textbooks, log in to the online classroom, and complete the Student Readiness Orientation course.

4. Start your degree programme
Start studying, meet your fellow students and begin your journey to graduation.

See all online degrees | Fill in an information request form