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It’s a great time to live in Liverpool. This historical port city is currently enjoying the country’s fastest economic boom outside London. With over 50,000 students from more than 100 different countries currently studying across the city’s four universities, you’re sure to feel right at home when you move into our Liverpool student accommodation.

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Cultural depth and diversity are depicted in every aspect of Liverpool life, from the variety of food on offer to the city’s magnificent art and architecture. It’s fitting that this great city is symbolised by the legendary Liver Bird, as this really is a place where students can come to spread their wings. And our student accommodation in Liverpool is perfectly located to help you soar in any direction you choose.


Out and about

Eating Out
You can breakfast on American fare at the Moose Coffee café; lunch on Lebanese delights at Bakchich restaurant; and round the day off with a Spanish supper at the Lunya deli-restaurant, all without ever leaving Liverpool! But if the cuisine from these countries doesn’t appeal to you, don’t worry because you’ll find hundreds of other cafés, pubs, bars and restaurants serving a huge variety of food just a short distance from our Liverpool student accommodation.
Sporting Spotlights
Home to two of the country’s best football teams – Liverpool FC and Everton FC – Liverpool has a thriving sports scene. If football’s not your thing, you can pass on the Anfield and Goodison Park stadiums and head straight over to Wavertree Sports Park which houses the Wavertree Athletics Centre and the Liverpool Aquatics Centre. And we’re just getting warmed up. Whether you’re a casual spectator or an enthusiastic player, you’ll find the sports scene in Liverpool has all bases covered.
Culture Corners
From The Beatles to The Zutons, Liverpool has produced some of the world’s most iconic musicians. As home to the country’s oldest orchestra – the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra – and the largest collection of national museums and art galleries in the UK outside London, the city was proudly named a European Capital of Culture for 2008. This rich culture makes Liverpool an ideal city for students, with historical landmarks and marvels just a short distance from our student flats.
Evening Entertainment
With Liverpool’s nightlife everything’s accessible, thanks to the majority of nightspots being located within walking distance of each other and our properties. You can experience some of the city’s top urban DJs four nights a week at Camel Club. For live music get back to where it all began (and is still happening) at the legendary Cavern Club. Affordable student-friendly nights can also be enjoyed at a number of other hangouts, including the popular Bumper club.

Around you

Getting Around
Thanks to the great locations of our student housing you’ll find Liverpool city centre and the university campuses are just a short walk away. Buses also run past our properties, travelling through the city and beyond. For rail travel, Liverpool Lime Street and Liverpool Central stations are close to most of our flats and offer routes throughout the country. Explorers and international students can take advantage of Liverpool John Lennon Airport, with flights to take you all over Europe!
Health and Wellbeing
We put our students’ wellbeing first, which is why you’ll have access to any medical or welfare facilities you might need when you live with us. The Royal Liverpool University Hospital is a short walk from the university campus and has a 24-hour accident and emergency ward. There’s also the Student Services Centre; Brownlow Health Group Practice; and various NHS walk-in centres to give you advice, support and information just a short distance from our properties.
Popping to the shops or taking in a takeaway is easy when you live with us in Liverpool. Supermarkets like Tesco, Lidl, ASDA and Aldi are close by. The city centre is just a short trip away, where you’ll find numerous places to eat, bank and shop. And easy access to The University of Liverpool Sydney Jones Library, and the Harold Cohen Library for Science and Engineering means you’ll have all the studying resources you need to succeed.
High Street Highlights
There’s much more to shopping in Liverpool than just trawling the high street. With five shopping centres, two department stores and over 400 shops in the City Central Business Improvement District (BID), you may find yourself struggling to know where to start. So why not have a relaxing manicure at Nails Nation, or treat yourself to a haircut and blow dry at the Cavern Hair Boutique while you decide? Or forget shopping and just spend the day being pampered?