Applications for full-time undergraduate programmes must be made online at www.ucas.com
There are three types of applicant:
For all applicants, there are full instructions at www.ucas.com to make it as easy as possible for you to fill in your online application.
The UCAS number and abbreviated name for Liverpool Hope University are L46 and LHOPE. These must be entered in the appropriate boxes of the UCAS form, along with course codes for your chosen programme(s).
Most of Hope’s undergraduate programmes can be available for study on a part-time basis, with the exception of the BA Social Work and BA (QTS) – the teacher training qualification.
Part-time study normally extends an Honours degree programme to twice its full-time duration, i.e. six years. It is possible to change from part-time to full-time study at the end of the second or fourth year of the programme. Most part-time students opt to study for a BA/BSc Combined Honours degree programme and take their two pathways in alternate years.
A typical programme of study would be:
The attendance requirement for part-time students is usually over three days per week for up to six hours, although this may vary from subject to subject and year to year. All students need to undertake private study and should expect to devote a total of 18 hours per week to their studies, including time spent attending lectures in University.
Applications for part-time study are made direct to Liverpool Hope University and are assessed on an individual basis, dependant on course availability. Complete the UG Part Time Study Application Form and return by post or email to:
Liverpool Hope University
For further information, please contact the enquiry team on 0151 291 3111 or email email@example.com