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Liverpool Hope University


  • Liverpool Hope University is distinctive in that it is the only university foundation in Europe (and the USA).
  • When the three colleges (St Katharine’s 1844, Notre Dame College 1856 and Christ’s College 1964) came together the name ‘Hope’ was adopted.


  • We are a gold standard university for teaching excellence (TEF 2017), reflecting the research-led teaching our excellent academics provide. Alongside our academic reputation, we are equally proud of our supportive pastoral care. As one of our students, you will receive academic and personal support along your academic journey.
  • We offer a wide range of degrees at Liverpool Hope University, from Undergraduate level to Postgraduate taught masters and Postgraduate research degrees, as well as a number of Continuing Professional Development courses.


  • Andrew F. Walls Centre for the Study of African and Asian Christianity
  • Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies
  • Association for Continental Philosophy of Religion
  • Centre for Christian Education and Pastoral Theology
  • Centre for Culture and Disability Studies (CCDS)
  • Centre for Education and Policy Analysis (CEPA)
  • Irish Studies Research Group
  • Ministry Research Project
  • Popular Culture Research Group
  • Sand Dune and Shingle Network
  • Sarcopenia Ageing Trial
  • Socio-Economic Research Centre


  • We provide a one-to-one advice service to ensure that you get the support that is best for you. We can help with a range of activities from long term goals, like applying for graduate schemes or further study to short term practicalities, like part time work or a new CV. 
  • As a Liverpool Hope student, you have access to My Careers Centre which is full of resources to help you plan and achieve your career goals. You can also build a CV, search for jobs and book onto our events.

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Student services

Students' Union - The Centre provides advice, information and representation, in addition to positively influencing policymakers both within and beyond the University. It aims to be accessible, and its advice and information is free, independent, confidential and impartial.

Housing services

  • Hope Park - Hope Park is the main teaching campus and the hub of the academic, administrative and conference activity of the University. The 532 rooms are reserved for first year undergraduates and include both en-suite and shared facilities rooms. All rooms are single occupation and include internet access.
  • Creative Campus - Living at Creative Campus, you’ll have access to a laundrette and various catering outlets. 
  • Aigburth Park - Aigburth Park is a residential campus approximately 3 miles from the city centre and Hope Park, just around the corner from all the cafes, bars and shops on Lark Lane, and the beautiful Sefton Park. 

Library services

  • Liverpool Hope’s library service gives you access to a large collection of physical and online resources to support learning and research. 
  • Hope Park is home to the Sheppard-Worlock Library’s Archives and Special Collections which has over 75,000 books, manuscripts, journals, newsletters, magazines, and pamphlets, and boasts an environmentally controlled vault. 

ICT services

In our campuses you’ll have access to an IT lab, free wi-fi in all rooms.

Campus life

Liverpool Hope has two main teaching campuses. Hope Park is situated in a leafy suburb of Liverpool and is a mini educational village. The Creative Campus in Liverpool city centre is the home to our creative and performing arts subjects. Both campuses have seen major investment in recent years, so traditional architecture now sits beside contemporary buildings and facilities. 

Sports facilities

  • Sports Hall with 6 Badminton Courts and a viewing gallery
  • 2 Squash courts
  • Fitness Suite
  • Dance Studio
  • Astro Pitch
  • 3G Pitches
  • Strength and Conditioning Suite
  • Outdoor Tennis / Netball Courts

Student clubs

  • Feminist Society
  • Irish Society
  • Vegetarian & Vegan Society
  • Acorn Community Union
  • Afro-Caribbean Society (ACS)
  • Amnesty
  • Animal Rights And Welfare Society
  • Art & Design Society
  • Baking & Culinary Arts Society
  • Biological Science Society

Liverpool Hope University is one of just two North West universities and twelve universities nationally to gain prestigious professional accreditation from CIEEM. CIEEM are the leading professional membership body representing and supporting ecologists and environmental managers in the UK, Ireland and abroad.

Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

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