Study at Liverpool Hope University in the UK

    A city of history and traditions

From a trade city at the heart of the industrial revolution to a booming economy, Liverpool has evolved and retained its character, increasingly attracting students and workers to its shores every year. Liverpool Hope University is a unique university with a rich history dating back to 1844. We are blessed with beautiful campuses with stunning grounds and a combination of modern and traditional architecture. This wonderful collegial community is combined with all Liverpool has to offer and you will be able to take advantage of the culture, nightlife and shopping in this historic city.

    A modern destination for students

Liverpool is an iconic student city. It has a globally acclaimed music scene that’s bigger than just The Beatles, a city centre bursting with shops, clubs, pubs, bars, restaurants and cafés, not to mention beautiful parks and outstanding countryside just a short journey from the city centre. Liverpool is also a city that is very supportive of all the students who live, work and study here. With such a warm and friendly culture – Liverpool is the perfect place to continue your studies.

    A multi-cultural city where everyone is welcome

There is a well-established international community in the city, which is home to the first mosque in Britain and the oldest Chinese community. Liverpool welcomes more than 54,000 students from 100 countries, which is reflected in the student population which has a wide mix of European, American, Asian and African students. From carnival, Chinese New Year, the International Jazz Festival and the Arabic Music Festival, Liverpool truly welcomes all cultures and traditions in a melting-pot of communities from all over the world.

    A vibrant social life in Liverpool

Events are organised all-year long, from carnivals, food festivals and street markets, The Beatles Day to theatre shows. On a day off, wander along the waterfront or visit a museum, an art gallery, or go check out the Titanic’s 100 years exhibition. For their nights out, students can choose among more than 48 venues, including the Cavern where The Beatles set up, comedy clubs, cocktail bars or authentic pubs.