The University has been ranked 38th in the 2017 Complete University Guide.
The ranking represents an improvement of one place from last year and places Liverpool unchanged at 24th in the Russell Group.
The table features 10 indicators including student satisfaction, research, grades and graduate prospects to compare 127 UK Higher Education Institutions.
The University is ranked 10th for staff/student ratio; 24th for academic services spend; 97th in student satisfaction; and 81st in facilities spend.
The research indicator, which measures both quality and intensity, reflects performance in the Research Excellence Framework. The combined score for these two indicators ranks Liverpool 35th, a position which will be used each year of publication until the next Research Performance Exercise.
In separate listings covering 70 subjects, Liverpool is listed in 47 and features in the top ten of four: Building (6th out of 38), Occupational Therapy (3rd out of 25), Physiotherapy (8th out of 35) and Veterinary Medicine (4th out of 7)
Anita Wright, Director of Strategic Planning, said: “It is pleasing to see an improvement in our overall ranking, up to 38th. Our relative performance against our peers is a key element to delivering our new Strategy 2026 and as such the areas that we need to improve will feature in our plans for the coming years.”