Going to university is an important time in your child’s life. We understand that as a parent or supporter you may have some concerns, especially if this is the first time they are leaving home. We hope the following information helps to ease your worries.
We have a variety of halls of residence across our two teaching campuses, and a third campus that is solely accommodation. Most of our halls are organised into same-sex flats containing five en-suite bedrooms with shared kitchen and living areas. We also have accommodation that offers shared bathroom, kitchen and common room facilities, as well as some halls that are separated into corridors with shared bathroom, kitchen and common room facilities.
All of our halls of residence have a Senior Resident Tutor who lives in the hall and is the point of contact for students. If students have any issues, they can speak to the Senior Resident Tutor who then works with the University to try and resolve any problems.
Visit our accommodation pages for more information.
We have three campuses: two teaching campuses and a halls of residence campus.
Hope Park is in the leafy suburb of Childwall, approximately 4 miles from Liverpool city centre. The campus is a friendly, educational village with places to live, work, study, eat and relax. The campus is easily accessible by bus and train, and we have 24-hour security at this campus so if students ever need help, there is always someone on hand.
Our Creative Campus is close to Liverpool city centre and is the home of our creative and performing arts subjects. There are a number of facilities on campus, including accommodation, a café, an on-site theatre and a social space. There is also 24-hour security at this campus.
Aigburth Park is our residential campus approximately three miles from the city centre. There is a wealth of shops, banks, bars and restaurants nearby, and the campus is easily accessible by bus and train. There is also 24-hour security at this campus.
We understand that coming to university represents one of the biggest financial decisions young people can make, so it’s important that they have all the information they need before making a choice.
Tuition fees for 2018/19 for all of our full-time undergraduate degrees are £9,250. We have a number of scholarships available to help students cover the cost of their studies, and the government also has a number of loans and benefits available.
For more information, visit our fees and funding pages.
Once students have joined the University, there are a number of teams on hand to help them settle in to life at Hope. We have a dedicated Student Support and Well-being Team who offer advice and help with everything from financial support to careers advice and health concerns.
For further information, visit our student support pages.