Alisa Suwanrumpha, Science & Football
"I was very much attracted to LJMU's reputation, especially in the sports science area where the department was awarded 5* for research."
I was very much attracted to LJMU's reputation, especially in the sports science area where the department was awarded 5* for research: no other institution has that high a grade. The prospect of living in Liverpool as a city was also a big attraction as I really enjoy football. Liverpool has a lot of character and plenty of opportunities to get involved with student life.
The research laboratories here are world class and there are not many of this standard around the country. The equipment used is state-of-the-art and we have the latest hi-tech machinery for researching motion analysis and reaction time. My teachers are very supportive and have really made me feel welcome. They are approachable and easy to talk to.
I feel that Liverpool John Moores University has a lot to offer International students. The academic staff and the rest of the students are really friendly and helpful.
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Associate Professor Dr. Anirach Mingkhwan, Graduated with a PhD Computer Network
“An incredible research atmosphere where impossible is nothing.”
Currently a Lecturer at the Faculty of Industrial and Technology Management, King Mongkut's University of Technology, North Bangkok, and a Finance officer at Government Saving Bank
Pairin Tengchareonchai, Graduated with a MSc International Banking and Finance
“What I liked best about studying at LJMU were the course leaders who were so helpful. The library too was great – lots of facilities and books!”
Currently a Finance officer at Government Saving Bank
Worayuth Termsricharoenporn, Graduated with a MSc in International Finance and Banking
Currently a CFO at L.V. Technology Pcl.
What I liked best while studying in LJMU is the environment. International students are well taken care of by the University’s staff and the library is great for reading and sourcing for information for our assignments and dissertation.
Farung Surina, PhD in Astrophysics
I heard about LJMU from my colleagues and how astronomy here has a great reputation. The ARI (Astrophysics Research Institute) in LJMU collaborates with the National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand in building the 2-m class metre telescope and is thus well-known among Thai astronomers. The study and research atmosphere at the ARI is small but provides me with international networking opportunities – a learning environment I value a lot. We also have a lovely 'Liverpool Thai Society' in which I am an active member of.
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