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The Liverpool Hope Student’s Union (SU) organises student life across campuses including sport, societies, student welfare and events. Postgraduate students will be welcome to join in with clubs and societies, and attend any events – they are open to all university students, not just those on undergraduate courses.
There is also a mature and postgraduate student rep, ensuring the voice of the postgraduate student community is heard at the university. Any student with a concern or dispute with the university can get tailored support from the SU.
The Liverpool Hope Students’ Union runs a number of clubs and societies that students are able to join. Postgraduate students are equally encouraged to take part alongside undergraduates, helping to broaden social circles and expand the size of clubs so that they operate at their best.
Students can choose from a wide range of clubs and societies, including academic, arts, performance and politically focused groups for those who enjoy healthy debates. Sports clubs include Gaelic football, hockey and badminton, with organised competitions throughout the academic year.
Liverpool is a fantastic city to call home as a postgraduate student. It is a contemporary hub of activity and attractions with a rich history and a diverse population, known for their friendliness, and a strong local identity. From architecture and museums to galleries, theatre and a world-famous music scene, Liverpool is a landscape of revolutionary creative energy which is celebrated every year with a lively line-up of festivals, events, performances and sporting events. There is always something new and exciting to discover.
In addition to this, Liverpool is home to over 50,000 students and a large international employment market representing all kinds of business and industrial sectors. The city is well connected to the rest of the UK by rail, and has an international airport, bringing ready access to Europe and beyond.
Check out ourLIVERPOOL CITY GUIDE
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