With a history dating back to 1844, at Liverpool Hope University we’re proud of our history and excited for our future.
Our students learn from research-active academics and professional tutors with extensive practitioner experience, meaning you get an exceptional learning experience. In fact, the prestigious Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017 recently ranked us in the top 2 UK universities for Teaching Quality!
And the good news doesn’t stop there – in the latest National Student Survey (NSS), Liverpool Hope scored an Overall Student Satisfaction rating of 92%, making us top of the table for North West universities and number four in the UK for this measure!
I am so glad I chose to go to Hope and I would never want to be anywhere else. It's easy to love the experience of Uni when everyone is loving it around you. Lectures are short and personal, tutors are always approachable, and there are more contact hours than lectures. The Hope experience is 5 stars and no less, I can't wait to get up in the mornings and nothing is ever a hassle because of the support and guidance we receive.
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At Liverpool Hope, we pride ourselves on the academic excellence of our students and we are constantly working to ensure they receive the best teaching and learning experience. We have fantastic facilities, so whether you’re studying Computer Science, English Literature or Creative and Performing Arts, you will have an excellent range of resources available to help you achieve your goals and get the most from your time at University.
Please get in touch f you have any questions at all about studying at Liverpool Hope University – from course enquiries to fees and funding or what it’s like to live in Liverpool - and we will be happy to help.
Our Open Days provide potential students and their families with a great opportunity to visit the campus and find out more about what it is like to study and live at Liverpool Hope University.
During the Open Day, all our undergraduate and postgraduate departments will be open and you can speak to our academics on a one-to-one basis to learn more about your course. Students considering an undergraduate degree are welcome to join departments for an information talk to learn more about your studies and the support offered by our Academic staff.
To find out when the next Open Day is, take a look at the Open Day calendar here.
Student Life in Liverpool
Liverpool is a city like no other. From world famous architecture and magnificent museums, to music legends revolutionising popular culture, Liverpool has always been a hub of creativity. Through spectacular festivals, dramatic sporting attractions and unique art, the city continues to be a gateway for UK culture, attracting millions of visitors every year. There is something for everyone in what is officially the UK's friendliest city. As the birthplace of The Beatles, Liverpool is renowned for its music scene. A range of annual music events take place in and around the city. From the latest clubs such as Level to retro theme bars such as Popworld, Liverpool also has a thriving nightlife with all tastes catered for. It is a vibrant student city and home to a huge selection of pubs, bars and night clubs, with most clubs and bars offering discounts to students throughout the week. Liverpool’s many art galleries range from the Walker to Tate Liverpool, one of the largest galleries of modern and contemporary art outside London. When it comes to sport, Liverpool excels. You can enjoy the friendly rivalry between Liverpool FC and Everton FC. If horseracing is your sport of choice then you're in luck as Liverpool is also home to the world-famous Grand National, which attracts thousands of visitors to Aintree Racecourse each year. There are a number of rugby clubs in and around Liverpool, and there are also two world-class golf courses. Liverpool city centre is full of shops with all the high street names available.
Hope's two main campuses are Hope Park and the Creative Campus. The Aigburth Park site is student Halls of Residence.
There is a free shuttle bus that runs between the Hope Park, Creative and Aigburth campuses for staff and students (please note that all passengers must display their ID card before boarding).
Hope Park campus is situated on Taggart Avenue, Childwall, Liverpool, close to Queens Drive (A5058) at the end of the M62. From the city centre, it is easy to get buses from Queen Square Bus Station, which go to Childwall Valley Road or Woolton Road/Taggart Avenue. Broad Green Railway Station is situated just over a mile away from the campus.
The Creative Campus is less than a mile away from Liverpool’s main railway station, Liverpool Lime Street. Situated at the junction of Islington and Shaw Street, the campus is well within walking distance of the station or a short bus ride from Queen Square Bus Station.
A group of students who gather to share ideas, knowledge and best practices, working together on projects that will directly impact on the lives of the University community. They offer trainings, coaching and real world leadership experiences for fellow students, helping them become more aware of/and better able to harness their leadership potential.
We meet weekly in the Chaplaincy at 7:30 PM on Mondays! All our welcome, we have nibbles, tea & coffee available and always have questions about Christianity! Would love see you on a Monday evening!
They are passionate about dance and offer the chance to perform at Hope University events as well as compete against other universities.
Liverpool HopeLGBT is the Students' Union campaign that represents Hope students who define into a minority Sexuality and/or Gender. They provide their members with support and campaign on their behalf both on campus and nationally as well as providing a safe space to socialise and meet new people.
The MAD society stands for Making A Difference, and that’s exactly what we aim to do! We hope to raise as much money as possible for different charities by hosting events throughout the year, with something for everyone, from cake sales to sponsored movie marathons to abseiling! All ideas are welcome. Our last event was a night of Take Me Out, raising £690.02 for the British Heart Foundation.
Other Contact Details
Hope Park Campus
Liverpool Hope University
Phone: 0151 291 3000
The Creative Campus
Phone: 0151 291 3000