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Accommodation arrival Information

We're so excited that you're going to be joining us.

If you still need to apply for accommodation please access our booking system.

Once you have accepted your offer of University accommodation, there are a number of things you need to do. This page will tell you everything you need to know about moving in.

Dates to arrive - September 2020

1st year Undergraduateand Foundation students

The arrivals weekend is Saturday 26th September & Sunday 27th September 2020. For information on allocated dates and times please click on the link for your campus below.

Hope Park Arrival Times

Aigburth Park Arrival times

Creative Campus Arrival Times



Level H

You can collect your keys and move in to your room from Saturday 19th September 2020. 

Level I students (not including QTS)

You can collect your keys and move in to your room from Saturday 17th October 2020. 

Level I QTS

You can collect your keys and move in to your room from Saturday 10th Octoberr 2020. 

PGCE Students

You can collect your keys and move in to your room from Saturday 12th September 2020. 

Masters & other postgraduate students

You can collect your keys and move in to your room from Saturday 3rd October  2020. 

Where to go

When you arrive on moving in day, please go to the Gateway Building if you will be staying at Hope Park, or to the Cornerstone Main Reception if you will be staying at the Creative Campus. If you are staying at our Aigburth Park campus, please report to the reception desk at Aigburth Park.

Hope Park Liverpool Hope University, Hope Park, Liverpool, L16 9JD
Creative Campus Creative Campus, Shaw Street, Liverpool, L6 1HP
Aigburth Park Aigburth Park, St Michael's Road, Liverpool, L17 7JQ

What to bring

Most of the study rooms are quite generous in size, with hanging space for clothes and some drawers and shelves. Your room will have a wash basin or an en-suite shower room, plus a desk or work area, a chair and waste bin. You will need to bring your own bedding, towels and toiletries, plus your clothes, which should include a 'smart' outfit for dining-in events (Lounge suit or shirt/tie/smart trousers for men and smart evening dress for ladies).

You can bring a lamp and soft furnishings (excluding curtains) for your room but please note that electrical appliances are strictly limited and must be brand new or have a test certificate from a qualified electrician with them.

Heating appliances and cooking equipment (such as slow cookers, rice cookers, microwaves and kettles) are strictly prohibited in study rooms—see your accommodation contract for more information.

For the kitchen, you should bring your own crockery, cutlery and cooking equipment plus dish cloths, tea towels and detergents.

For washing clothes and bedding, there is a card-operated laundrette at each campus, which you can top up online at anytime—all you need to take is your own washing powder and fabric conditioner.

You can bring a TV, but you will be responsible for purchasing your own TV license - please note that there is no aerial socket in the study rooms. There are communal TVs in the common rooms of most halls.

All rooms have internet access.

We have put together a checklist of what you will need to bring when you move into your accommodation. Click here to view the checklist. 

Payment plan

From mid August onwards you will be sent details of how you register for your course which will contain your username and password required to access University IT facilities. Once you receive these credentials, you will be in a position to make a payment plan for your accommodation.  

To do this you need to:

  • Enter the SRM system through MyHope
  • Complete the Accommodation task which will be in your intray. This will allow you to tell us how you will pay for your accommodation and set up a payment plan.