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The University has been shortlisted in the Best University Campaign category of Prospects Postgraduate Awards 2013, which recognise and reward excellence and innovation in postgraduate education.
The University will compete against six institutions for the title of Best University Campaign for the Why Postgraduate Study? Campaign that aims to demystify postgraduate study for potential students and is an example of Liverpool’s early, student focused, supportive approach. More than 150 students, universities and businesses from across the UK entered the Awards across eight categories.
The Awards, launched for the first time this year, are the only annual event solely dedicated to celebrating best practice and the most exciting developments in UK postgraduate education.
The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on 19 November 2013 at the Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel in Manchester.
The Awards are run by Graduate Prospects, the UK’s leading postgraduate education publisher, which also operates prospects.ac.uk and the official postgraduate course database.
The judges include representatives from Universities UK, AGCAS, NUS, UK Council for International Student Affairs, Higher Education Academy, Association of Graduate Recruiters, British Council, Higher Education Data and Information Improvement Programme, Million+, Thirtythree, Higher Education Academy and the UK Council for Graduate Education
More information about the awards and shortlist is available at: www.postgraduateawards.co.uk.
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