Liverpool Hope University
With a history extending 175 years, Liverpool Hope has developed a strong tradition of scholarship and research in key disciplines.
The University places emphasis on bringing together research excellence and top-quality teaching. This research-informed teaching enables our students to develop into rounded and employable graduates who can take their place confidently as global citizens in the 21st century.
Liverpool Hope has two main teaching campuses. Hope Park is our main teaching campus and is situated in Childwall, a leafy suburb of Liverpool. The campus is a mini educational village with places to live, work, and study. Creative Campus is based just outside the city centre, and is home to our School of Creative and Performing Arts, with specialised spaces to work and study, as well as space to live, eat and socialise.
Liverpool Hope University is divided into nine schools and departments, each of which comprises a number of subject areas with strong teaching and research reputations. We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses across: Liverpool Hope Business School; School of Creative and performing Arts; School of Education; Department of Geography and Environmental Science; School of Health and Sport Sciences; School of Humanities; School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering; Department of Psychology; and School of Social Sciences.
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Scholarships & funding
We are committed to encouraging applications from international students with high academic qualifications who will benefit from study in the UK and our generous programme of scholarships reflects this.
We currently offer scholarships for:
- Undergraduate studies
- Postgraduate studies
- Music undergraduate and postgraduate studies
For more information, please check the university website.
Why study at Liverpool Hope University
Liverpool Hope University is a vibrant community of scholars, students and support staff. We are proud of our past, confident in our present and ambitious for our future.
With a history extending over 175 years, Liverpool Hope has developed a distinctive ethos that brings together scholarship, research and teaching.
Just one in five UK Higher Education providers achieved the gold standard, which measures excellence in teaching quality, learning environment, and student outcomes - the extent to which all students achieve their educational and professional goals. The city of Liverpool is a wonderful place to study. With a rich culture and heritage and an International airport on the doorstep, why study anywhere else?
Liverpool Hope University is in the Top 10 Countries to Study Abroad
Awards & Accreditations
Association to advance collegiate schools of Business (AACSB)
Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
British Phycological Society (BPS)
Social Work England (SWE)
Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)
Association for Nutrition (AFN)
Student services & facilities
We have a Gym that is free for students to use after a registration fee of £25 for the year.
Hope Works is the University student career service where students can apply for part time work on campus.
We have a dedicated students union that provide support and guidance to all of our students.
We also have a designated International Hub whom support our international students pre arrival all the way to graduation and beyond.
At Liverpool Hope University, we have two beautiful main teaching campuses, a dedicated accommodation campus, and an outdoor education centre. It is within the beautiful landscaped grounds of these campuses that you will study, live and socialise, whilst enjoying all of the benefits of being in the vibrant city of Liverpool.
Hope Park is our main teaching campus and is situated in Childwall, a leafy suburb of Liverpool. The campus is a mini educational village with places to live, work, study, eat and relax.
Creative Campus is the home to our creative and performing arts degrees. It is based in the city centre of Liverpool and is a constant hive of activity, with teaching, living and social spaces – and an on-site theatre.
Aigburth Park is our residential-only campus providing accommodation for continuing, postgraduate and international students.
Welcome to Hope Social, the home of student life at Liverpool Hope.
Hope Social provides information about what’s happening on campus and throughout our awesome city. We want you to have an amazing time while you’re at university, and we aim to give you the best chance of squeezing as much into your time with us as possible. Hope Social is for resident and non-resident students, so everyone can get involved!
Each Campus has a weekly student night. These look different each week and there will be something for everyone - It’s a chance for you to meet new people and maybe try something you’ve not tried before.
Whether you’re a first year undergraduate student, a PGCE or postgraduate student, or a student joining us from an international partner for a semester/year, we have a range of halls available.
We have halls of residence across our 3 campuses: Hope Park, Creative Campus and Aigburth Park. Visit our halls pages to view details and costs for each hall.
At Hope Park we offer 532 rooms which are reserved for first year undergraduates and include both en-suite and shared facilities rooms. All rooms are single occupation and include internet access.
At Creative Campus we offer 188 en-suite accommodation rooms in the Gerard Manley Hopkins Hall and Aigburth Park is a residential campus where we have 220 en-suite and 207 shared facility rooms. This campus is approximately 3 miles from the city center and Hope Park, just around the corner from all the cafes, bars and shops on Lark Lane, and the beautiful Sefton Park.
For more information about accommodation details, please check the university website.
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A great place for mature students’. When I started I was worried that I would not settle in as I am a mature student and would feel out of place, but I should not have. The tutors made sure all students were made to feel welcome at the university and that helped to create a space where friends could be made and learning could take place
I’ve loved my time here at Hope. It feels like such a close knit community and there’s so much to do here. I like that we’re a little further out from the city centre but close enough to be able to pop into town when I need to. The campus always feels safe and is absolutely beautiful in the summer time. My lecturers have been brilliant, never to...
Liverpool Hope University is a fantastic place to study, with all the necessary facilities to support me in my learning. The small campus allows for a strong sense of community between both students and staff, and everybody on campus is kind and helpful. Hope Park campus is a tranquil and beautiful location to study, with students and staff alik...