Incoming Exchange - fees and payments
The fees relating to Incoming Exchange are wrapped up in an inclusive fee package, so that you only have to make one single payment.
The package includes accommodation on campus, a catering card, plus a range of other benefits. Please note that the Exchange Fee Package is only payable by students who have chosen to live in Halls on campus.
|Fall Program - 12 weeks||£1,850||£1,982|
|Spring Program - 12 weeks||£1,850||£1,982|
|Double Program - 27 weeks||£3,945||£4,242|
|Full year Program - 37 weeks||£4,895||£5,302|
Your inclusive fee package
When you accept a place on the Exchange Program and accept a room in halls on campus, you automatically accept that you will pay the fee package, which covers a range of benefits, including:
- airport collection on arrival day
- a bed pack on arrival
- accommodation in a single room on campus
- a catering credit (worth £420 for a single program and £820 for a double or full-year program)
- a fully-catered two-night residential trip to our outdoor centre in Wales (shared dorms)
- volunteering opportunities to gain a Certificate in Service and Leadership.
- the shuttle bus service to and from the teaching campuses
- the services of the International Hub, Residential Life Team and 24-hour security staff
- the services of our health, counselling and academic support teams
- the services of our counselling and academic support teams
- unrestricted use of the Library and IT facilities at all locations
- unlimited WiFi in your study room, communal areas and teaching campuses
- free membership of the gym and sports facilities at Hope Park (subject to a single induction fee)
- free membership of the Liverpool Hope Students’ Union.
- flights and any travel costs other than the Manchester airport pick-up on Arrivals Day
- travel insurance and contents insurance for personal belongings
- medical insurance or medical costs (although NHS Primary Care is free to visitors in the UK)
- transport back to the airport at the end of the Program
- any costs connected to social activities, optional cultural trips or travel plans, that are not organised by the University
- cooking equipment, cutlery or crockery in communal kitchens
- food costs other than the catering card
- personal washing and hygiene items
- cleaning of study bedrooms and communal areas within flats.
How to pay
Some institutions pay on behalf of their students, but if you are responsible for paying your fees, please follow these instructions:
- if you are studying with us for a 12-week program, you are required to pay the fee package in full before 1 September (for Fall) or 1 January (for Spring)
- if you are studying with us for the double program or the full year program, you are required to pay 50% of the fee package by 1 September and the remaining 50% within three months of arrival.
If your university or college pays your fees, we will invoice them and you do not have to pay anything towards the fee package.
Please note that there is a separate accommodation deposit which is refundable after leaving.
To make a payment to Liverpool Hope you should use the Liverpool Hope Bank Transfer (powered by our partner Western Union Business Solutions). By using this service you can pay in your local currency from your home bank account so you don't need to worry about exchange rates or bank charges.
If you have any queries regarding this service or your payment you can contact WU Business Solutions' dedicated student support helpline on +44 (0) 1733 871871 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information please refer to the Regulations for Fees and Finance document.
Students living off-campus
Students who live off campus do not pay fees to the University but should be careful about their personal safety and security and be aware of the additional costs for heating, water charges, WiFi and contents insurance, plus travel to the University.
For further information about anything contained on this page, please contact the International Hub:
T: 0044 (0)151 291 3295