A modern student home, it is just a 7-minute walk to the University of Liverpool and an 18-minute stroll to the City of Liverpool College. It is located in a vibrant neighbourhood with various shops and restaurants nearby. Liverpool Lime Street station is 10 minutes away on foot. The World Museum and the Walker Art Gallery are close to the property.
It is just a 10-minute walk to Liverpool John Moores and a few minutes more to reach the University of Liverpool. The stunning Royal Liverpool Philharmonic can be reached in just under 15 minutes walking. Fancy some to-die-for shopping? Look no further! Liverpool One, one of the most famous shopping destinations on the planet, is just 5 minutes away on foot.
It is a 4-minute stroll to Liverpool John Moores University and a 10-minute walk to the University of Liverpool. The building is neighbouring an array of restaurants offering student discounts. The building has a city centre location that will permit you to enjoy and take advantage of everything the historic city of Liverpool has to offer.
It is just a 2-minute walk to the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores. It provides easy access to Liverpool's many famous cultural and historical destinations. Liverpool Central station is 12 minutes away on foot. There are various cultural spots nearby for you to explore, with some excellent transport links surrounding the property.
It is just a 5-minute walk to Liverpool John Moores University and about a 10-minute walk to the University of Liverpool. The building is situated in the appealing Hope Street, with Liverpool Central just 10 minutes away on foot and Liverpool Cathedral a short distance away as well. Various transport links are available.
It is just a 14-minute walk from both the University Of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. The building is a 14-minute walk away from Liverpool Lime Street station, providing hassle-free connections. Liverpool One, one of the most famous shopping destinations in the UK and the world, is about 15 minutes walk away from your new student home.
It is just a 15-minute walk from Liverpool John Moores University and a 12-minute walk from the University of Liverpool. It is close to various transport links which means you can explore the best attractions in the city at any time. The building is conveniently located within the bustling city centre, a 10-minute walk to the Liverpool Lime Street train station.
It is just an 8-minute walk to Liverpool John Moores University and a 13-minute walk to the University of Liverpool. Liverpool Lime Street station is only a 1-minute stroll away from the building. There are various transport links within easy reach. The building is located in the heart of Liverpool's city centre, boasting a range of excellent shopping outlets and restaurants.
It is a 16-minute bus ride away from the University of Liverpool and a 13-minute ride to John Moores University. The City of Liverpool College is just a 4-minute stroll away from this building and in a few minutes more you can easily reach the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA).
It is just a 9-minute walk to the University of Liverpool and a 10-minute walk to Liverpool John Moores University. Liverpool Central train station and the Liverpool Lime Street train station are nearby. There are many restaurants, cafes, and shops within close proximity to this property.
It is located just a 10-minute stroll to John Moores University and a 21-minute walk to the University of Liverpool. There are many restaurants, cafes, cultural spots, and entertainment venues within easy walking distance from the property. It is ideally located in Liverpool's university district with many excellent transport links available nearby, including Moorfields station only 7 minutes away.
The building is located in a quiet residential neighbourhood on the outskirts of the vibrant city centre, just a 5-minute stroll to both Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Liverpool. Liverpool Central station is 12 minutes walk away from the property. Many transport links are available within easy walking distance, including a bus stop that's about 100m from the building.
A vibrant destination with an interesting history and rich culture, Liverpool city delivers a great experience for international students.
Located in the North West of England, Liverpool is the fifth-largest city in the UK. Where does the name of the city of Liverpool come from? It is believed the name is derived from “lifer pool,” which means a muddy creek or pool since the city was a tidal pool from the River Mersey. People from Liverpool are known as Scousers; a word derived from a type of dish called Lobscouse or lamb stew that was famous among sailors working in Liverpool's seaports. Scousers of Liverpool are known to be very friendly and helping. Scouse food is top-notch as well so if you're a foodie, you'll enjoy their time in the city.
Deemed a favourite among students, Liverpoolcurrently has a growing student population of over 70,000, just over 15% of the total Liverpool population, from all over the world. As a student looking to study in Liverpool, you'll be thrilled to know that winter is cool on average and not cold, while the summers are mostly warm. The city seldom experiences extreme weather. Slight rain can be expected though, so it’s best for you to be prepared with convenient clothes and an umbrella.
The iconic city celebrated its 800th anniversary back in 2007 and has earned its status as the European Capital of Culture multiple times; an achievement that truly speaks for the rich culture of Liverpool. The city is world-renowned for many things, such as the fact that it’s the birthplace of a number of legendary musicians, most famously the Beatles, and home to major football Premier League team Liverpool. Furthermore, if you’re a history buff, you will enjoy learning about the city’s port, Albert Dock, which was used for two centuries as an international trading hub. The port highlights one of the city’s most important roles during the 18th century. It’s a known symbol for the city and the area is beautiful where there are many museums to check out. The International Slavery Museum and the Maritime Museum portray the port’s history quite well.
Liverpool universities include the University of Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University, and Liverpool John Moores University. There are also many colleges and language schools in the city. The universities have really astounding libraries, where you can study for those exams surrounded by all the resources you might need. The Liverpool Central Library is spectacular too and studying there is a unique experience that you wouldn't want to miss. The city's skyline view from the top floor is not to be missed either. Another way to make use of studying in Liverpool is to just head to a park and enjoy the greenery. St Luke’s Gardens, Prince’s Park, and Sefton Park are just a few. Public transportation around the city is quite easy and affordable for students.
Liverpool has an abundance of cultural and entertainment activities along with a long list of shopping centres, movie theatres, restaurants, and anything else you, as a university student, would be looking for. When friends and family come to visit, you will never run out of things to do in Liverpool. It is a fantastic city to live and study. That’s why it attracts thousands of students every year.