We are here to support you with any questions you may have about coming to Liverpool Hope University and what the city of Liverpool can offer you. We are really proud of our institution and with over 600 international students on campus we truly are a global institution.
We get the opportunity to travel all over the world meeting students, parents and sponsors as well as visiting Schools and Universities. Find out if we will be visiting you soon HERE - we cannot wait to meet you!
We are always happy to hear from you so if you have any questions you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on +44 (0)151 291 3111.
Lily, Laurin, Sally and Adam
Chulani Kandage MSc Business Management
I will never forget the warm welcome that I received from my flatmates. They were my new family members, the beginning of my new life and a great foundation for a wonderful beginning to my Masters course. Even though I had taken the decision to start my Masters studies in a different country and live by myself, there were times when I doubted whether I could successfully finish my studies. I started my studies just six months after having brain surgery; I had had an acoustic neuroma (4cm tumour) in the right side of my brain. Though it had been successfully removed, there were many side effects: I was deaf on my right side, facially paralyzed and my right eyesight was slightly weak...
Liverpool Hope welcomes students from Sri Lanka.
Entry onto undergraduate and postgraduate programmes is competitive and dependent on academic qualifications and English Language level.
These entry requirements are a general guide and may be subject to change and some programmes of study may have specific subject requirements. For subject specific requirements please click HERE, or for more detailed advice please contact the team at email@example.com.
|Programme||Minimum Entry Requirement|
(Bachelors, BA, BSc)
|Undergraduate (Credit Transfer Students)||
(PG Dip, MA, MBA, MSc)
Not got the necessary qualifications to submit an application? Click HERE.
All Liverpool Hope University programmes are taught and assessed in English.
To ensure that you meet the compulsary Visa requirements a proof of English Language is essential.
For TOEFL students: Liverpool Hope University's institution code is 3557.
English Language study in Sri Lanka
The British Council can advise on English Language qualifications.
For further information or to book an IELTS test please visit the British Council website.
Christine Chadwick is our Compliance Officer and is available to help you with any of your Visa-related queries. You can contact Christine by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or telephoning +44 (0)151 291 3431.
We understand that applying for a Visa may seem a little daunting at first, but Liverpool Hope are here to help you every step of the way and so have prepared the booklets below to aid you in the process.
Information for Tier 4 visas provides information to guide you on the Visa application process and offers tips to ensure you understand the process
International Offer Holders Guide contains important information about to repond to your offer, the academic calendar, international scholarships, accommodation, travel arrangements, arrivals, orientation and induction, and registration and enrolment.
For latest Visa information, please visit the official British Government website for Visa Services: www.ukvisas.gov.uk/en/
For international students, Liverpool Hope University remains one of the most affordable universities in England. However, to study in the UK, you must budget carefully to support yourself during your studies. Coming overseas to study will broaden your opportunities and enhance your employability, but education is a huge financial commitment and it is important you understand the tuition fees, costs and payment methods.
Liverpool Hope University is one of the most affordable universities in the UK. According to research published in August 2008, Liverpool Hope was ranked 3rd of England's eighty eight universities in affordability of living costs (living costs include accommodation, lighting, heating, food, daily travel, clothes, leisure, books and incidental expenses). Liverpool Hope estimate the cost of living to be £7,200 per academic year (£800 per month, or £9,600 for 12 months).
UNIAID provides an online International Student Calculator which can help you plan and manage your money for study in the UK.
View our brand new International Study Packages for 2014/15.
It includes information on tuition fees, scholarships, accommodation and more!
We have a range of accommodation available to our students, catering for all student requirements and budgets. All of the accommodation we offer is situated on one of our three safe and secure campuses, each with 24-hour security and top of the range facilities.
*Please note: St Julie's on our Aigburth Campus is the only accommodation available through the International Study Packages
Please contact the Student Finance Office by emailing email@example.com or telephoning +44 (0)151 291 3339.
The Student Support and Wellbeing team are on hand to offer advice and help with everything from financial support to careers advice and health concerns. They provide a one-stop service and will address all aspects of your pastoral care in an integrated way without passing you between different departments.
The International Student Welfare Officer is Dr Lynn Hilditch, and her role is to provide practical advice and support for all our international students during your time as a student here at the University.
Dr Lynn Hilditch
International Student Welfare Officer
Student Development & Well-being
Gateway Building (First Floor)
Tel: (0151) 291 3274
At Liverpool Hope, we want our students to have the best possible chance to embark on stimulating, rewarding and successful careers.
Careers and Employability at Liverpool Hope provides careers information, advice and guidance, and aims to inspire, inform and encourage by offering up to date information and intelligence on the changing world of work. We offer everything that you would expect from a careers service – including careers information, drop-in sessions, one-to-one guidance interviews and careers workshops.
Liverpool Hope Students’ Union is, quite simply, every student at Hope coming together to make positive change. Your Officers work toward this by representing your views, needs and concerns to the University, National Union of Students & Government. We’re here to offer advice on a variety of issues, as well as providing you the opportunities to do what you love through our Clubs & Societies and campaigns.
Give it a Go is a joint scheme between all of Liverpool's Student Unions, providing you with the opportunity to visit great destinations across the UK and Europe. From sight-seeing in Edinburgh to celebrating the bard's birthday in Stratford-Upon-Avon, there is bound to be something you'll love.
"I am MD Atiqur Rahaman, aka Atiq or MD. I am the International Students' Rep (ISR) for 2013/14. The Students' Union is all about students and so it is the role of all the officers to make sure students make the best of their time in every aspect while at university. As the ISR, I am responsible for looking into issues related to international students and to try to help them in every regards, be it an academic issue or a problem with a landlord.
"We have a small but vibrant community of international students here at Hope, and with everyone's co-operation, I am confident of it being successful. I am here to help the international students in every possible way and look forward to working with everyone around to make Hope the best place for international students."
You can contact MD Atiqur by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
University is a place where you have the opportunity to learn and progress in your chosen subject area, while under the tuition and guidance of experts in the field. This alone makes the student experience more than worthwhile, but even better are the opportunities offered by Clubs and Societies; the opportunity for life-long friendships, sporting success and personal growth.
There is more to your time at Liverpool Hope than your degree! We offer a range of extra-curricular activities for you to get involved with, from starting your own business, to working on projects in developing countries around the world.
The Business Gateway assists students with turning their ideas into a reality. They offer business advice sessions and start-up programmes to develop skills such as writing a professional business plan, marketing a company, managing finances and growing a client base.
The Business Gateway offers workshops, course and competitions to help boost skills and knowledge, helping all students and graduates to reach their full potential.
As well as running the Young Enterprise programme and opening links to the business community for mentors and keynote speaker sessions. All of this helps our students and graduates to connect with other entrepreneurs and raise their business profile.
They also run a student enterprise society 'Biz Minds' which all students are welcome to be a part of. They come along, network with like minded people, run events, fundraise and carry out innovative activities.
Four reasons why you should visit the Business Gateway:
The Liverpool Hope Service and Leadership Award is offered as an extra-curricular programme involving service-based experiences, development of leadership potential and equipping you for a career in a rapidly changing world. It is a direct enhancement to your degree, something which is
complimentary but different and which has a distinct ‘value added’ component. It is for those who particularly want to make a difference in this world, to be involved in the development of a moral and ethical society and to gain an understanding of social justice.
The award runs alongside your degree and gives recognition of service work you have performed. The award is structured carefully with leadership training, preparation for service work and reflection on your experiences as compulsory elements. The main part of the award is the service itself. You can undertake a wide variety of service projects, within the University, in the local community, serving Northwest region or national organisations and in some cases on our range of international ‘Global Hope’ projects.
Global Hope is Liverpool Hope University’s overseas education charity. It uses the resources of the University to support the educational development of communities overseas. In particular this means using the University’s expertise in learning and teaching, research and subject knowledge to effectively work alongside partners in developing countries to meet their educational needs appropriately. This approach is grounded in the principle of reciprocity. A commitment to these relationships over the longer term has enabled genuine partnerships to develop. As a result, a deeper level of cross-cultural understanding now exists between Global Hope and its partners across three continents.
As part of the Service and Leadership Award, you will be given this opportunity to volunteer in developing countries around the world through Global Hope. The work of Global Hope supports a range of range of educational communities in locations as diverse as India, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Malawi, South Africa, Brazil, Romania and Uganda.