The first school in the UK specialising in Science and Health Care for 14 to 19 year olds.

Why Choose Us

If your heart is set on a career in science or healthcare, we can offer you an
exciting learning experience to help you achieve your dreams.

Ethos and Care

Our students are encouraged to be independent, confident learners, supported every step of the way by our expert and specialist staff.

Fantastic Facilities

Our school is based in an amazing Grade 2 listed building, in the heart of the new Knowledge Quarter, restored with state-of-the-art facilities.


A key advantage of attending Liverpool Life Sciences UTC is our excellent links with local companies, universities and hospitals.

Our Promise

On successful completion of your courses, we secure your future and guarantee you a university place, a job or an apprenticeship.

Recently at Life Sciences UTC

December 15, 2017

OAP Christmas Event

Community Christmas Event success! On Wednesday 13th December, residents of Mersey Parks Care Home in Toxteth flocked to the Life Sciences UTC & Studio School for […]
December 14, 2017

Humanitarian Training in Cambodia

Practicing Emergency trauma management Our surgeon-in-residence recently returned from a week-long work stint to Cambodia. Working with leading Charity HALO, Dr Hampton and a group of peers […]
November 21, 2017

Student Focus – Ahmed, Year 12

Ahmed Jumeh joined the Liverpool Life Sciences UTC in October 2015, starting a little late into his term as a year 10 student. Residing from Toxeth, […]
November 14, 2017

UTC becomes first school in the UK to gain a Surgeon in residence

Life Sciences UTC is delighted to welcome our brand new Surgeon-in-residence Tom Hampton. Joining from Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Dr Hampton is an Ear Nose and […]
November 14, 2017

Nursing Cadet Programme

UTC launches first ever nursing cadet programme About the programme: The Royal Liverpool Cadet Programme is a unique opportunity that aims to provide a route into […]
November 14, 2017

UTC students launch anti-food poverty campaign!

Each week, Year 12 students join together to undergo enrichment sessions providing them a chance to develop new skills. This term in particular has seen students […]
October 31, 2017

FC Barcelona Photo Awards

Last year, UTC student Arshia was approached to be part of an ongoing photography project entitled ‘Sixteen.’ The project is the brainchild of photographer Craig Easton […]
October 12, 2017

What is progress?

Yesterday morning, sat in my office with the head of a very successful new medical school not far away, I listened to her tell me about […]
October 6, 2017

Health Education England at Life Sciences UTC

On 3rd October 2017, Life Sciences UTC played host to its first ever Health Education England event alongside Cheshire and Mersey Vocational Network. Over 25 visitors […]