Wshington DC, June 29, 2010...The University of Liverpool is ranked 7th among the top ten online universities in the world according to the 2010 Edition of the Best Worst Online Degree Programs.
Dr. Fred DiUlus, the CEO and Founder of Global Academy Online has annually compiled the stats and rated online education degree programs from providers on six continents.
The e-Book has grown from rating and ranking less than 30 institutions in the world in 2002 to over 300 in the 2010 edition.
The University of Liverpool began in 1882 with 45 students in the iconic Victoria Building in Liverpool England. The
expression “red brick university” was derived from the building’s red bricks. The founding fathers, James
Campbell Brown, Charles Beard and William Rathbone, laid the early foundations for their research pedigree. The University
of Liverpool was granted its Royal Charter in 1903.
The University is counted among the first universities in
Europe to establish departments in Oceanography, Civic Design, Architecture and Biochemistry and is considered today to be
the UK’s sole institution with full clinical coverage. A pre-eminent research-based university, 18,000 traditional students
pursue over 400 programs spanning 54 subject areas. Online learning is specialized in Masters Degree programs in Management,
Medicine, Information Technology and Law. The school claims over 155,000 alumni living in 159 countries.
Worst In Online Degree Programs does not accept advertisements of any kind nor does it include in its ratings of
any institution that are not properly vetted to ensure there is no conflict of interest with the consulting work of Dr. DiUlus
or the mission of the publisher. This quality control, according to DiUlus underscores the integrity and fairness of the publication.
Free for the asking through Global Academy Online, the eBook is the oldest comprehensive rating of universities offering online degree programs.