All Study Abroad students are given housing at Aigburth Park for the duration of their studies. Students can choose to live at Hope Park if they are here for the full academic year.
Hope Park is the central campus and is set in 45 leafy acres in south Liverpool. The campus is only minutes away from shops, banks, restaurants and bars, with regular buses to downtown Liverpool and a free shuttle bus to Aigburth Park and the Creative Campus.
St Agnes, St Margaret’s, St Elphin and St Etheldreda Halls are very traditional dorms with leaded windows and window seats, with shared toilets and showers. All bedrooms are single rooms- there are no doubles. There are small kitchen areas suitable for making light meals and snacks and a common room (den) in each Hall for the use of the students with TV. There is free internet access in all rooms.
Angela and Austin Halls are modern dorms. All the dorms are single rooms and are generous in size and contain a single bed, wardrobe, shelves, a desk and chair plus a sink. Bathrooms, showers and toilets are shared with the other students on the floor plus a common room (den) on the ground floor with TV. There is free internet access in all rooms.
Superior Ensuite (Private Bathroom) Accommodation (available for full year students only) costs an extra £600 for the full year approx.
Aigburth Park is approximately three miles from the downtown Creative Campus and the Hope Park campus. The Halls are set in landscaped gardens and are near a wealth of shops, banks, bars, restaurants, plus a library and church in the immediate vicinity. There are regular free shuttle busses that run to the Hope Park campus, and lots of buses to downtown Liverpool, plus the train stop is only minutes away.
St Michael’s consists of single rooms in self-contained apartments. The rooms are generous in size and contain a single bed, wardrobe, shelves, a desk and chair plus a sink. In St Michael’s showers and bathrooms are shared by the residents of the apartment.
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“I lived in Aigburth where we had our own rooms, but shared a flat with seven other international students. We cooked together, ate together, hung out, watched movies; it’s nice having your own room but nice being in a flat with other people. I’ve learned a lot about different cultures just by living with people from different countries and I feel a lot more worldly even though I had just been living in Liverpool for three months - I’ve learned a lot about the world”
Amanda Schmidt, Cardinal Strtich University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin