Liverpool JMU Campus

Liverpool John Moores University have released details of their summer programme for Sixth Form students and registrations are now open.

The full line-up of LJMU’s Summer University 2021 is now live! We are excited to announce the following courses are taking part in this years’ summer school:

  • Business with International Business Management
  • Computing
  • Criminology
  • English Literature
  • Geography and Climate Change
  • Graphic Design and Illustration
  • History
  • History of Art and Museum Studies
  • International Relations & Politics
  • Liverpool Screen School (including Film, Media Production, Creative Writing, Journalism, Drama)
  • Mathematics
  • Media, Culture, Communication
  • Midwifery
  • Nursing
  • Policing Studies
  • Wildlife Conservation

Taking place over the course of the 12-16th July, the summer school gives students the opportunity to get an insightful view of LJMU, taking part in live activities, lectures and becoming the first summer school cohort to be eligible for a reduced offer of up to two grades (16 UCAS points) for 2022 entry*.     There will be access to academic sessions and social activities throughout the week. Some of the sessions will be live and it is expected that students take part in these in order to be eligible for the reduced offer. The majority of the live sessions will be outside of the school / college day, with a number of activities planned for late afternoon / early evening, although a large proportion of the week will be self directed independent study.  
Throughout the week there will be a 24/7 social media hub, where students can engage with current LJMU students and other participants on the summer school, gain insights on the subject and discover what it’s like to study at LJMU.  

Who can attend: Students studying in Yr 12 (NI Yr 13) and completing Level 3 qualifications   Student criteria: Students must have the ability to progress to HE, priority will be given to students who meet the following criteria:   • Black, Asian, or minority ethnic student • First generation to university • Disability: seen or unseen • Awarded free school meals • Looked after child or has a caring responsibility • Students attending one of LJMU’s priority widening access schools • Students from low POLAR quintiles    *Students must be able to progress to HE, meet the criteria above, attend all sessions during the week and complete tasks by set deadline to receive offer reduction.  Some courses will require interview, subject specific requirements and GCSE requirements prior to a reduced offer being given.

The registration link is right here.