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What our students say

"What an experience! From day one everyone involved at Liverpool Hope made my time there both a happy and enjoyable one. Here you are not just a number; the lecturers are truly interested in your development and can be approached on all levels. I would definitely recommend the university.

(Jak from Liverpool, graduated 2012)

 

"One of the best decisions I made when I left college was choosing a  subject which was interesting and fulfilling. When I chose to study geography at Hope I found that the reason it was so interesting and fulfilling was because the lecturers that taught the subject where passionate and interesting as well. If I had the time and money I would easily come back and do it all over again just for the fun of it."  

(Mark from Widnes, graduated 2012)

 

"Geography at Liverpool Hope University has given me the generic skills any future employer would seek. The course was enjoyable and interesting throughout.  The support and help received from tutors was second to none.”

(Ben from Durham, graduated 2010)

 

"The Geography degree at Liverpool Hope University gives you the best experiences and opportunities for life in the real world. The fieldtrips are amazing and the tutors are so so helpful and friendly and their knowledge is outstanding!"

(Sarah from Liverpool, graduated 2010)

 

The geography course at Liverpool Hope University has been a wonderful experience overall, in which I have gained a lot of knowledge alongside making lifelong friends.”

(Olga from Ireland, graduated 2010)

 

"Over the three years studying geography at Hope, the course has covered a wide range of different and interesting topics with enthusiastic lecturers. Over the 3 years the course gives you the chance to have a specific focus or a bit of everything!

(Mark from Yorkshire, graduated 2010)