Liverpool Hope University
Liverpool | North West England
Ucas code: L46
What students say about this university300 comments (83 students)
I think the amount of lectures and teaching we have each week is perfect, there is not too many an not too less. The content of...
I think the amount of lectures and teaching we have each week is perfect, there is not too many an not too less. The content of the course is very interesting and there is a diverse wide range of topics that it covers. The essays and exams that are put in place are hard and challenging and that time, but that's what you came to university for right?×
A local pub where university events are held. There is also a bar on campus. The city centre is nearby on either bus or trainReport
There is a separate campus purely for the 'creative scene'.Report
The group of friends I had in first year started looking for properties during the November of our first term. We signed before...
The group of friends I had in first year started looking for properties during the November of our first term. We signed before Christmas even though we wouldn't be moving into the house until the following September. From personal experience, I wouldn't advise people to sign for a house so early on into the year, as you may fall out with the people that you're meant to be living with and you may meet different friends that you'd rather live with. There are many student property companies around Liverpool, but I would recommend 'YourPlace' as they do the best packages and their properties are a fantastic standard. I will be moving into one of their properties for my third year. I wouldn't recommend 'My Student Home' as their properties aren't at a great standard and the landlord is useless.×
courses are very difficult, this should be made known to students applying as I was always told 1st year is very easy, it's notReport
We had about 6 hours teaching of one subject and 6 hours teaching of the other per week. 3 one hour lectures, one hour seminar...
We had about 6 hours teaching of one subject and 6 hours teaching of the other per week. 3 one hour lectures, one hour seminar and one 2 hour workshop. I found most of the things we covered to be interesting and challenging, we had statistic lessons in which we worked on using a database called SPSS which we had an exam on at the end of the year. We also had essays to write and another course exam. Tutors were very helpful with where you need to improve on in certain skills.×
How students describe this university
Overall student satisfaction89%
of students are very or quite satisfied with this university
Number of students5,550
students attended last year
Undergraduate / Postgraduate71%
of students are undergrads
Full-time / Part-time22%
of students are part-time
Male / Female67%
of students are female
Young / Mature15%
of students aged over 21
UK / Non-UK4%
of students here are from outside the UK
Student union satisfaction69%
of students are very or quite satisfied with the student union
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