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PG Awareness Week 12 - 23 February 2018

Not sure what you want to do once you graduate? Come along to our Postgraduate Awareness Week, Monday 12 - Friday 23 February, to chat to us about your options. 

Members of our Student Recruitment Team be available in the Gateway Building and in locations across both Campuses during these weeks.

A Postgraduate loans for Masters Degrees in the UK was introduced recently, these are non means-tested loans of up to £10,000 per year paid directly to students, Student Funds will be available daily to discuss your options.

At Liverpool Hope, we want our students to have the best possible chance to embark on stimulating, rewarding and successful careers. 96.5% of Liverpool Hope University graduates were in employment or further education six months after graduating in 2016, above the UK average of 93.9%.   Our Careers and Employability team are available each day in the Gateway Building to support applications, interview advice and career prospects.

A full list of Postgraduate and Teacher Training opportunities please click here 

To book a place for any of the events below excluding the Capstone Hall events, email:


The University is holding several events over these weeks which may interest you if you are attracted to our Arts related Master courses.

Foundation Hour

Wednesday 21 February, 1:00 pm

Speaker: Dr Clemency Fisher, Senior Curator of Vertebrate Zoology, National Museums Liverpool Venue: EDEN 130 Lecture Theatre, open to all Student.

National Museums Liverpool and Liverpool Hope University are working together through a formal partnership. The organisations share a commitment to social justice and democracy, and have shared missions of cultural appreciation and high quality education. Recent partnership work has involved the Faculty of Science at Hope and the natural history collections at the museum. Dr Clemency Fisher, Senior Curator of Vertebrate Zoology, will deliver this Foundation Hour on the topic of early Victorian colonialism.

Arts & Humanities

Thursday 15 February, 6:30 pm

Fallen Angels: Dark night ends, related subjects MA Creative PracticeMA Contemporary Popular TheatresMA Performance

Dark night ends is an interactive dance theatre performance where live dance, spoken word and real life stories explore the realities of addiction and recovery. The audience will be invited to go on a roller coaster of emotions and to consider their own personal journey considering questions such as: What compels an addict to use? Do they have a choice? What about will power? 

Capstone Hall, Creative Campus, 17 Shaw Street, Liverpool, L6 1HP

Further details available here Dark night ends

Thursday 22 February, 7:30 pm

LIJF: James Taylor Quartet (+ Skeltr), related subjects MA MusicMA The Beatles, Popular Music & Society

James Taylor, one of the great British instrumentalists of his generation, has taken his trademark howling Hammond sound to the masses for over 25 years; still famed for its upbeat, energetic live shows... with no sign of slowing down.

Capstone Hall, Creative Campus, 17 Shaw Street, Liverpool, L6 1HP

Further details available here - LIJF: James Taylor Quartet (+ Skeltr) ‌



Students are invited to attend an MA Education taster session as below:-
Tuesday 13 February All day MA Education Dissertation Conferennce Dr Namrata Rao TBC    
Tuesday 13 February   10-11 Further & Post-Compulsory Education (PGDE) Mr Neil Barber EDEN 007



Monday 12 February           9-11

MSc Psychology - Looking at dreaming and the circadian rhythm

Dr Neil Harrison    

HCA 105   

Monday 12 February 12-2    MSc Psychology - Looking at the split brain and brain lateralisation          Dr Alla Yankouskaya                 EDEN 103
Monday 12 February 1-3 MSc Pyschology drop-in session Dr Simon Davies AEW 018
Wednesday 14 February                   2-4 MSc Cognitive Neuroscience & Neuroimaging drop-in session Dr Alla Yankouskaya    HCAEW009