Study in Liverpool
International student guide to Liverpool
Liverpool is a city made for students, with its high quality and low cost bars, restaurants and clubs regularly filled with students who are enrolled as its three main universities. Liverpool was the European Capital of Culture in 2008 and has the second largest number of Grade II listed buildings (a UK building or structure that is "of special interest, warranting every effort to preserve it") in the country. Originally a port town, a cultural change has taken place over the last ten years and it is now has more theatres and museums than anywhere outside of London.
Around 50,000 international students live in and around the city, many drawn in by the low cost of living and world class reputation of its universities, and transport is made easy by John Lennon International Airport and direct train links to the south.
Liverpool is famous for its love of music and football, with The Beatles widely regarded as one of the most important bands in musical history and Liverpool FC followed all over the globe.
How much is rent and where do students live in Liverpool?
If you are staying in private accommodation, the average cost of rent in Birmingham is between £250-£450 per month, depending on how many people you share with and where. Student areas include Kensington, Allerton and Dingle, all of which have great transport links with the centre of the city and its universities.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is just 12km from the centre of the city, with Manchester Airport 48km away. Both offer international flights to destinations all over the world.
Universities in Liverpool
- University of Liverpool
- Liverpool Hope University
- Liverpool John Moores University
- Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
Study in Liverpool
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