At Liverpool Hope we welcome a range of students from Northern Ireland, Gibraltar and the Isle of Man. One of the best ways to find out about moving away from home and studying at Liverpool Hope is by hearing first hand from students like you.
On this page, you can explore what current Northern Irish/Manx/Gibraltarian students have to say as they share their stories with blogs and Q&As. We also have a ‘Home from Home’ guide for each region and a ‘Students Guide to Living in Liverpool’ which can give you a great insight into what Liverpool has to offer.
Located in the city centre, Irish Community Care serves as an extra support system in place for students from Northern Ireland and Irish heritage. Working alongside the universities in Liverpool, they can support students with part-time work, provide advice and guidance, and run social events. You can read Jess's experience with Irish Community Care here.
Q&A: Aoife’s experiences of studying at Liverpool Hope
We asked Aoife some questions about her experiences of moving away from home and studying at Liverpool Hope, check it out here.
- Daily 40-minute flights from Ronaldsway (IOM) to Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL).
- Our Hope Park campus is located just 15 minutes by car from the airport, and is on several bus routes.
- Travel by Ferry from Douglas to Liverpool or Birkenhead (2-3 hours).
- Trains run directly from the airport to the centre of Liverpool.
- Liverpool has fantastic transport links to our campuses, across the city and around the UK.
“All the teachers and lecturers I’ve come into contact with are friendly and enthusiastic about their subject. The staff are all so easy to talk to and there is a good focus on student activities and wellbeing.”
(Charles, Computer Science BSc)
"There is so much to do in Liverpool, whether you like clubbing or having a quiet night – you’ll always find something to do”