The Student Finance team can help and advise in all areas of student finance. These pages provide information for current students.
Fees & Funding (2020/21)
To view tuition fees, scholarships and other finance information from previous academic courses, please visit Previous years' finance information.
Although the deadline for applications to the government funded Covid -19 hardship fund has now passed there is still a small amount of money available in the Liverpool Hope hardship fund and applications are still being accepted from all students. Please complete the application and send with supporting evidence (please refer to the first page of the application for evidence required) by email to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. The application form and all documents must be sent as attachments in either word or PDF format
Hardship fund - Laptop Loan Scheme
The University has a limited supply of laptops available for students to borrow on a short-term basis. Students must have a term time address in the UK or, by exception, the EU. Equipment should wherever possible be collected in person. If this is not viable, alternative arrangements will be considered. The initial loan will be for 2 weeks after which it will need to be formally renewed, if still required. The maximum loan period will be 3 months. Students can request subsequent loans. However, this will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
To be eligible to borrow a laptop you must meet the following criteria.
You should not have access to an appropriate specification laptop at the time of the request.
Criteria B – You must meet one or more of the following:
- You are able to evidence that due to financial hardship you have been unable to purchase suitable equipment and / or internet connectivity.
- Your course requires a laptop of a particular specification and / or software that your existing machine cannot support, causing issues with completion of course work
- You are a care leaver
- You are an estranged student
- You are a student with a disability or support need
- You live with people in high risk groups
- You are having to self-isolate
Priority will be given students that meet multiple criteria.
SFNI: It's time for full-time undergraduate students to apply for AY 2021/22
It’s time for new full-time undergraduate students from Northern Ireland to apply for student finance. Online applications only take around 30 minutes and students need to follow 3 simple steps.
- Register online
- Fill in the application
New students will usually need to create an account. If they have applied for student finance before or received Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA), they may already have one. In this case, they should use the same account details and Customer Reference Number (CRN).
Students will need their passport, bank details and National Insurance number.
- Provide evidence
Students will need to give any evidence we ask for. If they do not, it could delay their application. They should also ask their parents, carers or partners to give us any income details we need as soon as possible.
The deadline for new students to apply is 15 April. Please apply before then to make sure you get your student finance in time for starting your course.
New students do not need a confirmed place at university or college before they apply. They can apply using their preferred choice and change their details later if they need to
Student Funds deal with information and guidance about money available for your course including bursaries, scholarships, maintenance loans and grants.
They can be contacted by:
T: +44 (0) 151 291 3435
Fees and Collections deal with information on fees for all courses and accommodation offered at Liverpool Hope University.
They can be contacted by:
T: +44 (0) 151 291 3339
If you wish to comment on the service you have received from the Student Finance/Student Funds Team please complete the Feedback Form
Fees and Collections Team
0151 291 3339
Student Funds Team
0151 291 3666