The University of Liverpool has launched a new film focused on the views and experiences of students studying at Liverpool’s London campus.
The film will be used as a resource for University staff and recruitment agents in the UK and overseas to promote Liverpool’s London degree programmes to prospective students.
The film shows the ambitions and experiences of students who started their course when the campus opened for the first time in September 2014.
Ian Thomas, Director of recruitment agency, Ying Fan Education, said: “Film is a great way of informing students about their choices prior to applying to study, allowing them to pick the programme and location that best suits them.
“The London campus film focuses on the vital areas of careers, employability and personal development, which are key to the decisions students make when choosing a degree programme.”
The campus, based in Finsbury Square, close to London’s financial centre, offers a professional learning environment where students can benefit from the University’s links with leading London-based firms, as well as the public and third sectors.
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The University’s London-based MSc Accounting is designed to meet the needs of the accounting employment market. Students successfully completing the programme will be exempt from all Professional Level exams run by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). Programme modules will also prepare students to take ICEAW Advanced Level exams.
This programme has been joined by the MSc Finance and Investment Management since September 2014.
Forefront of research
The University’s London provision also includes an MSc in Investigative and Forensic Psychology. The course also runs in Liverpool and has five commendations by the British Psychological Society and is an important step towards becoming a Chartered Psychologist.
The University offers a Master’s in Public Health (MPH) programme. Liverpool has been at the forefront of research and teaching in Public Health for 150 years and the programme will benefit from the University’s established links with public health bodies including the World Health Organisation and NICE.
In September 2015, the Institute of Irish Studies is launching its long-established and highly successful Master’s programme will be launched in London: the hub of Irish political, diplomatic, cultural, media and business interests in the UK.
For information about Liverpool in London, please visit the website: http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/london/