Liverpool Hope University
- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
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- First year undergraduates are guaranteed accommodation, which is either Hope Park, Creative Campus or Aigburth Park, all owned and run by the university. Some accommodation is available for second and third year or PGCE students.
- All rooms are single occupation, with a wide variety of options including en-suite, shared bathroom, or shower rooms, in a mixture of modern and traditional buildings. All halls have free Wi-Fi, shared kitchen and dining areas and common areas. There are a number of rooms adapted for disabled students.
- Rent includes bills, and there is a range of flexible payment options available.
- The Creative campus is based in the city centre, while Hope Park campus is just a short bus ride away. The university offers a regular free student shuttle bus between these and Aigburth Park, which is approximately three miles from the city centre.
- The university aims to build communities on campus; this includes a formal Dining-In night each term for each hall, and a resident tutor who provides the first point of call for information and helps with social events. There is also 24-hour security.
|Self-Catered||from £3,132 to £4,428 per year|
- City Population: 446,400
- Student Population: 50,000
- Liverpool is a vibrant city with unique attractions, exciting events, world-class sport offerings, unrivalled musical heritage, and famously warm welcomes. Liverpool is the ideal destination to visit and explore.
- Liverpool's culture and heritage are at the very heart of the city, with the largest collection of museums and galleries outside of London.
- Liverpool is one of the cheapest places in the UK to live as a student (Natwest Student Living Index). Liverpool Hope's campuses have easy access to the city centre and the popular Smithdown area – home to a lot of student social life.
- Liverpool is the top trending travel destination for millennials (Forbes October 2017).
Culture and Nightlife
- Liverpool has a reputation for being a lively city and a great night out. There are many clubs, bars, cafés, restaurants, music venues and pubs including the famous Cavern Club. The Waterfront and the redeveloped Albert Dock with its shops, cafés and bars are both popular spots.
- The city has five theatres, including the Liverpool Empire and Unity Theatre, and many cinemas.
- Sport in the city includes football, with Liverpool home to both Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs, who enjoy a healthy sporting rivalry. There is also rugby union, golf, cricket, gymnastics and basketball.
- Rugby league teams such as St Helens, Widnes and Wigan play nearby.
- Liverpool's metropolitan and bus services prove popular with students.
- London is 197 miles away, and trains take just over two hours.
- Students can enjoy affordable coach travel to a number of UK destinations.
- Flights from Liverpool Airport are expanding, and there are flights to many European cities as well as domestic destinations.