Live and study in the heart of Liverpool
Make lifelong relationships with students from around the world
Explore the city's world-famous landmarks.
Cultural institutions and heritage sites at every corner
Liverpool offers a unique experience for all visitors, but particularly for its many international students, football fans and 'The Beatles' enthusiasts. Liverpool is such a compact but packed city that you’ll feel like
you’re rubbing shoulders with cultural institutions no matter which way you turn.
Not only is it compact but it is one of the most affordable student cities in the UK. You will find great nightlife, restaurants and everyday life 25% lower than cities such as London. Liverpool is the place to experience it all; culture, history, football and pieces of World Heritage, all within walking distance.
Located in the heart of the city, moments from all of the city’s best museums, galleries, shops, bars and restaurants, Eurocentres Liverpool School is the place to begin your language journey. The college focuses on courses that make a difference in your career and allow you to develop lifelong relationships with students from around the world. The college offers students a home away from home, full support for all of our students and a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Our school is a stone's throw away from some of Liverpool's well-known attractions: the world-famous Cavern Club (birthplace of The Beatles), the waterfront and the Royal Albert Dock (the UK's most visited tourist attraction).
Liverpool is packed full of things to see and do. Visit the famous tourist attractions The Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, The Walker Art Gallery, Tate Liverpool.
Experience The Georgian Quarter only 20 minutes away from Eurocentres Liverpool, school: 2 cathedrals 2 theatres, A world-famous concert hall, Traditional pubs, Trendy bars, Fine dining and cool restaurants.
Liverpool is located in the North West of
England, on the River Mersey.
It is just over 2hrs by train to London
For day trips it is close to the Lake District,
Yorkshire and North Wales.
The nearest airports are :
John Lennon Airport – 20-30 minutes to the city centre by bus or taxi
Manchester International – 45 minutes
Bus ride: 4 GBP
Clubbing: 16 GBP
Soft drink: 2.50 GBP
Coffee: 3.50 GBP
Dinner: 11 GBP
Fast food: 6 GBP
Movie: 11 GBP
Estimated pocket money / week: 200 GBP
The average cost of student accommodation: 120-180 GBP/ week
UTC +0 (GMT Greenwich Mean Time)
UTC +1 (BST British Summer Time)
The St Andrews Gardens is an iconic student
accommodation nicknamed “The Bullring” and is well known in student circles for its thriving social scene.
St Andrews Gardens is in the heart of Liverpool’s university district. Cafes, bars, supermarkets, banks and chemists are all within 2-3 minutes walk. The city centre is a 5-minute walk, and the school is only 15
21, Moor Place, Liverpool, L3 5GY
Atlantic Point is a large, popular student residence where over 900 students live and study, so you will quickly feel a part of this vibrant student community.
Serving the students at John Moore University,
this accommodation is close to the city centre so you can enjoy the cafes, bars and restaurants along the waterfront or join other students in the nearby university area.
Atlantic Point Village, Liverpool L3 6LS
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