There’s more to education than just academic text books. Liverpool is a great place to broaden your horizons.

From music and entertainment to art and culture, from sport and heritage to food and travel, the city is a mix of old and new; a thriving hub of things to discover between studies.


Leading universities

If you’re looking for student accommodation in Liverpool, you already know that the city has a strong reputation as a place to study.

The University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Hope University, as well as the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, all attract students from across the world.


World class sport

With two Barclays Premiership soccer teams, the famous Grand National horse race and two of the country’s best golf clubs nearby, Liverpool has an international sporting pedigree.

There’s also a busy amateur scene, with plenty of opportunity to join in, as well as cheer from the stands.


Vibrant culture and entertainment

Liverpool is renowned as a city of culture, with a busy programme of festivals and exhibitions drawing visitors from across the world, as well as big name performance tours. Its bustling nightlife caters to every taste, with great nights out to be had in the growing Baltic Triangle, Cavern Quarter (home to the world famous Cavern Club), Concert Square and many others.

There’s also a wide choice of international cuisine (including Europe’s oldest Chinatown), great shopping in Liverpool One and numerous museums and galleries.


A gateway to Britain and beyond

Liverpool is a great base to explore the rest of the UK and Europe. A train from Lime St can reach London in under three hours or Edinburgh in under four, while breath taking natural beauty is a day trip away in the Snowdonia and Lake District national parks.

Alternatively, grab your passport for flights from the city’s John Lennon Airport to many of Europe’s greatest cities within easy reach.