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 over the last five years, so traditional architecture now sits beside contemporary buildings and facilities.
The University places great emphasis on the bringing together of research excellence and top-quality teaching. This is facilitated by a community of academics and scholars who are of the highest calibre. This research-informed teaching enables our students to develop into rounded and employable graduates who can take their place confidently as global citizens in the 21st century.
The excellent academic record of our students is supported by pastoral care and, as one of Britain’s smaller universities, Liverpool Hope values the individual – in the words of Cardinal Newman knowing her children one by one. Care, concern and support for students are always a priority. As the only ecumenical university foundation in Europe the University’s work has been shaped by Christian principles but embraces those of all faiths and none.
Aigburth Park is in a residential area approximately three miles from the city centre and Hope Park. The Halls are set in private landscaped gardens and there is a wealth of shops, banks, bars and restaurants plus a library and a church in the immediate vicinity. There are regular buses into the city centre and to Hope Park, plus St Michael’s station is close by.
This residential campus has two halls St Michaels and St Julies, a computer area with free internet and copying facilities, free internet access in all rooms, on-site laundrette, on-site pastoral care and welfare support and a large common room containing a large TV with satellite television facilities, vending machines and games tables.