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Applications to the University of Liverpool for 2013 Entry have increased by 10.35% compared to last year, against a higher education sector increase of 3.41%.
The latest UCAS figures show the positive growth in applications.
University of Liverpool Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Howard Newby, welcomed the figures. “Like all institutions we have been paying close attention to application figures to see the impact of the introduction of tuition fees” he said. “The upward trend at Liverpool for 2013 entry demonstrates that higher education is an excellent investment.”
Employability is a key focus for the University and performance indicators set by the UK’s Higher Education Statistics Agency show that 91.3% of graduates from the institution are in employment or further study. The University recently invested £2.5 million in paid internships for new graduates giving them valuable work experience.
Demand for the University’s post-applications Visit Days has also increased with 82% of registered prospective students attending the most recent campus event.
The increase is mirrored in postgraduate taught applications from Home/ EU students, which have seen an increase of more than 32%, while international applications from prospective post graduate students have also increased by 2.82%.
The next Visit Day for applicants takes place on Saturday 9 February.
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