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Based in a thriving student city and with traditional education values at the core of our community, Liverpool Hope offers courses from a wide range of subjects in sciences, humanities, education, sport and the creative and performing arts. Join us and see the world from a different perspective!



Arrival Day is Wednesday 4 January 2023. For airport transfers, please book a flight to Manchester International Airport or Liverpool John Lennon Airport. If you are arriving independently, go straight to Aigburth Park, St Michael's Road. Liverpool L17 7JQ

The programs

The Fall Semester - 12 weeks from September to December

The Spring Semester - 12 weeks from January to March 

The Double Semester - 27-weeks from September to March 

The Full Year bachelor option - participation in one of our Ba or BSc degrees - 37 weeks from September to June.

You can read more in the Study Abroad and Exchange Guide 

The Study Abroad process

There are six stages to study abroad - please follow the links below in the correct order:

Stage 1 - Check your eligibility on this page and look at the cost at Study Abroad Fees and Payments

Stage 2 - Make an application at How to Apply for Study Abroad

Stage 3 - After receiving an offer of a place on the Program, you can apply for Accommodation at Study Abroad Accommodation 

Stage 4 - Create your study plan by choosing courses from our listings and completing the Course Selection Form at How to Create your Study Plan

Stage 5 - Check your immigration status and whether you need a Visa at Immigration and Visas

Stage 6 - Read the Arrivals information at Students on an inclusive Fee Package and the pre-arrival information at Information for International Students.

Please pay your Fee Package before you travel (payment guidance can be found on the Fees and Payments page). 

Study Abroad program content

As well as your timetabled teaching weeks, you will benefit from a welcome and orientation program and a two night residential trip. There are several compulsory extra-curricular activities, such as the Certificate in Service and Leadership and a Poster Conference, plus optional day trips. Find out how the programme is designed. 

Entry requirements

You should normally be a registered undergraduate student at a university or college with good academic standing and have:

  • a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 ('B' average) or results of an equivalent standard (please provide your latest official transcript)
  • one academic letter of reference from your home institution - this must be from your Professor.

It is expected that you will normally be studying with us in your Sophomore or Junior year, but students in other years will also be considered.

Applying from a partner university

If you are studying with one of our overseas partners, you should discuss your interest in studying at Liverpool Hope with your university's study abroad advisor. The advisor will help you to check that we can offer the courses you need to transfer credits back for your degree - if you are both happy, the advisor will nominate you to us.

At the application stage, we require a scan of your most recent official transcript - please send it, or ask your advisor to send it, to globalcentre@hope.ac.uk.

Applying from a non-partner university

If you are not studying with one of our overseas partners, we can accept an independent application from you if you are studying on a full degree programme, subject to you meeting the minimum entry requirements and supplying a letter of consent from the International Office at your home university.

Please contact us at globalcentre@hope.ac.uk to discuss your requirements. If we feel that we can offer you the courses you need for your degree, we will give you the go ahead to apply.

If you are unsure whether your current university or college is an overseas partner of Liverpool Hope University, please check with your Study Abroad advisor or email us at globalcentre@hope.ac.uk and we can confirm for you.

Cancelling a place on the program

If you cancel after you have been nominated but before receiving the offer letter, you can cancel without paying any fees.

If you cancel after receiving the offer letter, charges may apply, depending on the reason for the cancellation.

If you cancel after accepting the accommodation contract, the £200 room deposit is not refundable.


If you have a question about studying abroad, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

For enquiries, please email globalcentre@hope.ac.uk.