Liverpool Hope welcomes exchange students from Europe, USA, Hong Kong and Mexico. Incoming exchange students are not required to pay tuition fees.
Liverpool Hope currently has links with over 20 European Universities, and exchanges are possible through the Erasmus+ scheme. Please contact the Erasmus Coordinator at your university if you wish to take part in the exchange programme. The Erasmus Coordinator at your home university will inform the International Unit at Hope of your intention to join the exchange programme and you will receive the necessary application forms and Exchange Student Information Guide. The Student Application form and ECTS Learning Agreement should be completed and returned to the International Unit or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope has links with the following North American universities - Ball State (Indiana), Hope (Michigan), Lock Haven (Pennsylvania), Alverno and University of Mississippi.
Students from participating institutions should visit the International Office at their home university for details of how to apply. The International Co-ordinator at your university will nominate you to the International Unit at Hope and information packs will be sent out. Please return the application form to email@example.com.
Please read the notes that accompany the application form carefully. Students should be in either their second year or above and will need to have an English Language qualification equivalent to CEFR B2.
As we will be communicating with you by email throughout the application process it is important that you let us know if your email address changes. To report any changes please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once a decision has been made on your application your acceptance letter and information guide will be sent to your email address.
Our Exchange deadline for Applications to study at Liverpool Hope from September 2017 are:
For specific dates view our Academic Calendar for Study Abroad and Exchange
International Incoming Exchange students may apply for accommodation at Aigburth Park campus but this is not guaranteed.
Further details on how to apply for campus accommodation can be found online. View our accommodation.
The courses available to study are listed in our International Study Abroad and Exchange Course Catalogue
If you are studying for one semester starting in September you will need to look for courses offered in Semester 1. If you are here for one semester starting in January you will need to look for courses offered in Semester 2. If you are here for the full academic year please email email@example.com for the additional courses available.
Please note that entry to some courses may be restricted, for example when a full Disclosure and Barring Service check is required before students can start the course.
If you have any questions about the courses available please email firstname.lastname@example.org who will be happy to help.
This refers to the coursework you will have to do and the weighting of individual assignments. If you are here for one semester starting in September you will not be taking formal end of year exams but will have alternative assessments as stated in the Assessment Pattern. If you are here for one semester starting in January or are taking full year courses you may have formal end of year examinations.
ECTS credits are a numerical value allocated to course units to describe the student workload required to complete them. They reflect the quantity of work each course requires in relation to the total quantity of work required to complete a full year of academic study. In ECTS 60 credits represent the workload for a full academic year of study. Correspondingly 30 credits are normally given for a semester.
At Liverpool Hope a student completing a full year of academic study will gain 120 Liverpool Hope credits. The ECTS equivalent of any Liverpool Hope module can normally be calculated by dividing by 2 (1 ECTS credit = 2 Liverpool Hope credits)
A Liverpool Hope student will take 60 credits per semester, so make sure that your course choices reflect this credit load. Our courses are either 15 credits or 30 credits. You will join Liverpool Hope students for all of your courses.
A transcript showing details of the courses studied and the credits gained will be sent to your home university after you return home.
If you are a national of one of the countries in the European Economic Area (European Union countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway), and have been accepted on a course, you will be admitted freely to the UK when you show your passport, without the need for a visa and without receiving any stamp in your passport. You have the right of residence in the UK for the duration of your course.
For details of visa requirements from countries outside the EEA please see the UKVI website and our International Advice pages.
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