There are many great reasons for studying in Liverpool, one of the UK’s most globally-renowned cities. The city attracts students from all across the world and is home to some 50,000 students thanks to its large number of high-profile universities, which include the University of Liverpool, Hope University, John Moore’s, Edge Hill and the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts. Liverpool has a fantastic history and is noted for its huge range of attractions, clubs, pubs and restaurants.
One of the best things about Liverpool is that it’s surprisingly cheap to live, eat, drink and shop here. There are scores of pubs, clubs and restaurants catering for those on a budget and many shops and supermarkets that will allow you to stock up on essentials without making a huge dent into your bank balance. Choose Liverpool and you’ll be staying in one of the world’s most iconic cities, which was also the birthplace of one of the biggest bands of all time, The Beatles. There are many attractions celebrating their heritage around the city, such as the revamped Cavern Club and the museum. The city is also home to stunning examples of architecture like the Cathedrals, the Albert Docks and the Liver Buildings. It has a wonderfully-diverse population and also plays host to various art galleries and museums, which include the Walker Art Gallery and the Tate Modern.
The cultural calendar oozes with high-profile events all year long, so you won’t be stuck for something to do whether it be art, theatre, music or cinema is your thing. The city is also home to two of the world’s most famous football teams and is located close to various other high-profile towns and cities like Manchester, Chester and Blackpool. You can meet people from all walks of life whilst exploring the city, both on and off campus. What’s more is that the city’s restaurants offer cuisine from around the world. If you’re seeking the perfect student experience, Liverpool won’t leave you disappointed. In fact, the city can form the backdrop to three of the best years of your life.
Author: Lewis Peters
Date: May 20, 2016