Liverpool Hope University has a number of strategic partnerships with a high quality overseas institutions which share the University's mission and values. These partnerships aim to foster collaborative academic research, deliver innovative programmes or academic progression, or provide study abroad or exchange opportunities, and special friendship.
Established in May 2007, Liverpool Hope University and Sun Yat-Sen University partnership seeks research collaboration and the opportunity for students from both Universities to participate in a two year academic exchange programme. The partnership includes a highly successful 2+2 dual degree programme.
For more information about the programme visit Hope-SYS
Christ University and Liverpool Hope University have joined together to deliver a BA Business Studies programme. Delivered in Hope's Business School, that was ranked top quality, having secured a maximum excellent rating (24 out of 24) in the UK Governments QAA inspection.
The Hope-Bangalore Institute of Business, Management and Leadership was established in November 2005 with the aim of fostering joint collaborative research. The Institute is committed to encouraging high quality research in the areas of business and management studies to ensure that teaching at both institutions remains research-informed.
Christ University and Liverpool Hope University also offer a unique 2+1+1 programme for a range of subjects. For more information about the programme visit Hope-Christ University.
The Institute for Applied Social Sciences was established in 2007 as an international research and practice development institute. It is a partnership between Liverpool Hope University in the UK and Bishop Heber College in Tamil Nadu, India. The focus of the Institute's work is mainly, but not exclusively, social work, social care and health
December 2008 saw the official launch of the Institute for Research into Education and Society in Mumbai, India, a collaboration between Liverpool Hope University and St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. The Indian college has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Hope and faculty members from both the institutes will work on research projects dealing with how education impacts upon the development of societies.
For more information about this partnership contact Wendy Bignold, Vice Dean of Education, firstname.lastname@example.org