Liverpool Hope University has a number of strategic partnerships with high quality overseas institutions which share the University's mission and values. These partnerships aim to foster collaborative academic research, deliver innovative programmes or academic progression through accreditation of their prior learning (APL) or provide study abroad or exchange opportunities, and special friendship. These include:
Students from Sun Yat-Sen joined us in Liverpool for a successful Summer School Programme in 2016 and we look forward to repeating this is 2018. For more information, please email email@example.com.
The Hope-Bangalore Institute of Business, Management and Leadership was established in November 2005 with the aim of fostering joint collaborative research. The Institute is committed to encouraging high quality research in the areas of business and management studies to ensure that teaching at both institutions remains research-informed.
Students from Christ can apply for APL and, if successful, complete their academic studies at Hope.
Hear from one of our current Christ University students Geeta Khetrapal.
Stella Maris College and Liverpool Hope have a long partnership of cooperation. This was extended in 2015 to an articulation agreement for Hope's IMBA programme. We now welcome Stella Maris PGcert students into our Business School each October.
Hear from a current Stella Maris Student: Shankar Haiharan, IMBA
Ouachita Baptist University and Liverpool Hope University have shared missions and values. We have been hosting OBU students on our campuses for study abroad since 2010. Both institutions are members of the Consortium of Global Education and staff meet regularly to further collaborations.
Look at some of the reflections from our OBU students.
Sharing the same name, Hope College and Liverpool Hope University are obvious partners! We have been exchanging students and staff since 1997. In order to cement our relationship further our Vice Chancellor is a member of Hope College's Board of Trustees.
Hear what a student from Hope College had to say about their time at Liverpool Hope University. Samuel Kreps.