Student Accommodation Liverpool
History, culture and a cracking nightlife
Living and studying in Liverpool mean never having to wonder how to let your hair down when you need a break from the books. It's a city which is packed with things to do from visiting museums to a fabulous bar and restaurant scene.
Students from the University of Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts are all welcomed at our Glassworks accommodation.
From £117 P/W
Just a few minutes walk to Liverpool John Moores and an easy bus ride to the University of Liverpool, Glassworks is perfectly located for students who want to make the most of their time in the city. Choose from a range of En Suites and Studios.
If you are a 1st year studying at John Moores University? Book directly on 0151 231 4166 or email@example.com
Glassworks is located directly across the road from Liverpool John Moores University's Avril Robarts Library, in the heart of the City Campus. The property is also popular with those studying at the University of Liverpool, which is only a short walk, or bus ride away. .
- Short walk from Liverpool John Moores University's City Campus
- University of Liverpool well connected
- Near to bars & restaurants
- Short walk to Albert Dock
- Opposite LJMU's Avril Robarts Library
Student Life in Liverpool
Liverpool is a vibrant city, steeped in history as a major port in the UK's past as well as playing a large part in the Industrial revolution.. and of course the musical revolution of the 50 & 60's as home of the Beatles.
There's no shortage of cultural things to see and do in Liverpool. If you're into contemporary International and Brittish art check out Tate Liverpool or check out the Art in Liverpool and the Liverpool Museums site and find out what's on in the Museum of Liverpool, the Walker Art Gallery,
Whether you're looking for high street names or on the hunt for more boutique or unique fare, Liverpool has a great choice of shopping areas. Liverpool One, on the waterfront, is an open-air centre housing 170 shops and restaurants. Metquarter and Caravan Quarter are home to iconic top end brands such as Mac, Vivienne Westwood and Hugo Boss. Try St John's Market and the nearby Clayton Square for a huge amount of choice.
Have we mentioned the vibrancy of Liverpool? There are a huge amount of bars and restaurant. The usual chains can be found around the city but Liverpool is also recognised for uniques bars and restaurants that offer something a little different. South East Asian, authentic Mexican, Vegan, modern European - there are lots to choose from.
Student nightclub scene is very healthy and there's usually always a student night on somewhere in the city.
Everton and Liverpool football Clubs dominate Liverpool but there's lots more to see and do if soccer isn't your thing. Check out the Liverpool Echo Arena for indoor events including boxing and gymnastics. If watersports are more your thing then visit the Liverpool Watersports Centre and Wirral Sailing Centre for all things aquatic.
If you're into your music history, then you can't live go to University in Liverpool and not visit the major Beatles landmarks including The Cavern and the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Liverpool continues to enjoy an energetic music scene. Check out the Liverpool Internationa Music Festival and all the myriad gigs from local bands. The city that gave us The Beatles, Cilla Black, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, The Sugar Babes and Atomic Kitten (!), still packs a musical punch and a healthy student music scene.