It’s time to start talking about our mental health

Adjusting to university life can be tough for some students and it’s easy to see why. Moving away from home is a big change, new academic demands are a big change, financial worries can be a big change, and above all, moving in with strangers can be a big change. Although these feelings are understandable…

Places to know around the city

Liverpool is one of the most vibrant cities in the UK and with its many student-friendly areas it’s easy to see why. From Smithdown Road to the Baltic Triangle, Liverpool is a place that has something for everyone. So, to help you get your bearings and to feel at home in Liverpool, we’ve put together…

Global Hope: A students journey

3/8/18 Hey! My name is Olly and I have just graduated from Liverpool Hope this year with a First in Computer Science. I’m currently on my way to Sri Lanka for 3 weeks on a Global Hope trip. We will be working and living in the SOS children’s village in Nuwara Eliya. Then, after that,…

Let the summer ‘work’ for you

I love this time of year (especially now I’m a term-time member of staff) as the long university summer holidays stretch out ahead of us. If you’re one of our students, or a finalist waiting for graduation, the holidays have already begun. How will you be spending your summer and can you be doing things…

8 places to relax on campus

Sometimes we all need to take 10 minutes out of our day to relax, especially during the hectic exam time.

My Clearing Story

Emily Fretwell is about the begin the third year of her degree in Human Biology and Health & Wellbeing at Liverpool Hope University. She originally applied to study Physiotherapy. “I studied Biology, Chemistry and Dance at A Level, and the grades I needed for Physiotherapy were ABB. When results day came around, I found out…