Liverpool Hope University

Why Liverpool Hope?

Liverpool Hope offers over 300 undergraduate course combinations ranging from the traditional - English literature and history - to the more contemporary creative & performing arts, forensic science and marketing. You can study across as many subjects as your academic background allows.

  • Terms: most of Liverpool Hope courses last the entire academic year. For this reason, they prefer that you plan to come for a full-year experience. There are a number of single-semester courses available that may work for certain students. The fall semester generally lasts from September to December and the spring semester generally lasts from January through the end of May.
  • Eligibility: minimum 3.0 GPA; minimum sophomore standing by the time of study in England.
  • Credits: 12-16 undergraduate per semester.
  • Application deadlines: April 15 for fall and October 1 for spring.

How to Apply

The following two documents must be submitted to the Global Education Office to make a complete application by the deadline above. 

Courses at Liverpool Hope

In England, "courses" are referred to as "modules," and what we call "majors" in the U.S. are called "courses" in the U.K. Typically, students take four modules. Remember that Liverpool Hope has mostly full year modules and limited single semester modules. You may find descriptions by reading the course catalogue and course syllabi pages for study abroad students.  Please note that the campus timetable may not be available until a few days before the semester begins, so students may not know which modules they are taking until they arrive on campus.  If you have any questions, please contact Study Abroad and Exchanges.   

Accommodations

Students studying at Liverpool Hope will receive airport transportation, housing, and five meals per week (Monday-Friday) while classes are in session.  Arrangements four housing and payment are made directly through Liverpool Hope.  Please note that housing in Aigburth Park requires that students take a shuttle or bus to reach Hope Park where classes are held.  For more information on housing, please visit Liverpool Hope's accommodations website

Program Cost Estimates

Accepted students will attend Liverpool Hope either as an exchange student or study abroad student.  Student services are the same, but the pricing is different.  Exchange spaces are limited and preference is given to SUNY Plattsburgh students.  There is no limit on the number of study abroad students.  Please see below for cost information. 

Please note that all fees are subject to change without notice.

Location

Liverpool is an 800 year old city full of culture, sports, music, and social opportunities.  It may be best known abroad as the birthplace of the famous musical group The Beatles.  It is close to Manchester, Wales, and the Lake District.  Find out more about things to do in Liverpool at www.visitliverpool.com.

More Information

 

Questions, Comments, Suggestions?

If you would like more information about study abroad and exchange opportunities at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact us at:

Global Education Office
101 Broad Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Phone: (518) 564-3287
Toll-Free Phone: (800) 388-6784
Fax: (518) 564-3292
E-mail: geo@plattsburgh.edu

Location: We are on the second floor of the Kehoe Administration Building on the SUNY Plattsburgh campus.