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Liverpool is a warm and welcoming city and home to numerous universities, as well as a vibrant student culture. Whether you’re studying at the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University or Liverpool Hope University, you’ll be a few minutes' walk away from your campus. This way, you can make the most of your university experience in Liverpool.
As the birthplace of The Beatles, there is an incredible music scene in Liverpool and an exciting nightlife to go with it.
Top-class football lies deep within Liverpool’s culture, with Liverpool and Everton Football Clubs close by. There’s also a whole host of free historical sites to visit including museums and art galleries if football’s not your thing.
Liverpool is also a shopper’s paradise. From a convenient shopping experience all under one roof at Liverpool One, to finding pre-loved vintage treasures at Bold Street, there’s something to suit everyone.
Our student accommodation in Liverpool is conveniently located in the heart of the city centre, with Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Liverpool just a short walk away. Recently refurbished, we have a range of different priced rooms, all with an en-suite bathroom and plenty of storage space.
Places to explore
Liverpool truly has a wide mix of cultures, attitudes and places to discover. You’ll always have a new place to check out in between your studies, and plenty of things to do to add to your student experience.
Liverpool’s city centre offers a culturally sound lifestyle for whatever you’re looking for. With the Anfield for sports fans, the World Museum for history enthusiasts, and the Liverpool ONE centre with over 170 shops and entertainment venues.
Royal Albert Dock
There are few things more inviting than the sea stretching into the horizon. However, you can always improve this with what Albert Dock offers. With the Tate and Maritime Museums, local food and drinks, and specially featured events on the shorefront, the Royal Albert Dock wonderfully captures Liverpool.
The Baltic Triangle
Described as Liverpool's own Shoreditch or Northern Quarter and just 15 minutes from the city centre. A cool entertainment and hospitality space converted from an old warehouse, the Baltic Triangle is packed full of independent bars, restaurants, and markets and is home to events and gigs throughout the year.
In the city centre of Liverpool, you’ll find Mathew Street. Home to the world-famous Cavern Club, you’ll be immersed in Beatles memorabilia. Enjoy a drink, hear some live music and take in the exhibitions to really experience the legendary band and their home.
Head over to Liverpool’s Chinatown, the first to be established in Europe. In fact, the historic area in the city has a ceremonial arch that stands at 13.5 metres tall and is the tallest standing arch in any Chinatown outside of mainland China!
How to get around
Liverpool has plenty of public transport options for you to use, whether you’re travelling from lectures, meeting friends in the centre, or leaving the city for the weekend.
Focused on providing an eco-friendly and cost-effective way to explore Liverpool, the bus network managed by Merseytravel have plenty of services to use to get wherever you need to be. Buses run throughout the city until the early morning. Over 30 bus routes connect the city, meaning that whenever you need to be, there’ll be a bus for it. Better yet, students in Liverpool can also get a Stagecoach bus pass from less than £1 per day.
Lime Street Railway Station is Liverpool’s main transport hub connecting the city to the rest of the country. There are also other stations which have train routes that allow you to travel right across Liverpool and beyond. There are even four city-centre underground stations - Lime Street lower level, Liverpool Central, Moorfields and James Street. You can travel as far as Chester on the Wirral Line and Southport on the Northern line.
Are you an international student?
Whether you want to know about ways you can pay your rent, how to apply for a visa or how you can get your luggage delivered, plenty of international students come to us with similar questions.
We’ve got answers, helpful tips, and handy tricks to help you get your head around life in the United Kingdom.