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The Study Abroad Fee Package

Study Abroad Fee Package 2020/21

 Shared bathroomEn-suite bathroom
Semester one - 12 weeks £5,340 £5,460
Semester two - 21 weeks £5,860 £6,030
Full year - 32/36 weeks £11,430/£11,895 £11,750/£12,255


How to Pay the Fee Package

You will be required to pay the Fee when you have completed the Registration Task - details will be sent to you by email in August. 

If you are studying with us for one semester, the Study Abroad Package fee is due in full before your arrival at Liverpool Hope.

If you are studying for a full academic year (September to May/June) you should pay 50% of the Package fee before arrival and 50% within three months after arrival.

If your University or College pays your fees on your behalf, we will invoice them and you do not have to pay.  

To make a payment to Liverpool Hope you should use the Liverpool Hope Bank Transfer (powered by our partner Western Union Business Solutions). By using this service you can pay in your local currency from your home bank account so you don't need to worry about exchange rates or bank charges. 

If you have any queries regarding this service or your payment you can contact WU Business Solutions' dedicated student support helpline on +44 (0) 1733 871871 or email education@westernunion.com 

For further information please refer to the Regulations for Fees and Finance document. 

The Study Abroad Fee Package: Details

The Study Abroad Fee Package is a payment obligation, activated when an applicant is offered a place on the Study Abroad Programme at Liverpool Hope University. The fee will only be cancelled if the applicant or Partner institution rejects the course offer. Later cancellations are subject to conditions, which may incur cancellation charges.

The Study Abroad Fee Package covers a range of benefits, wrapped up in one inclusive fee - the University provides airport collection on Arrival Day, accommodation, orientation, tuition, catering facilities and access to catering outlets.

Arrival
As long as you arrive on the University’s stated Arrival day, we will collect you from Manchester International Airport and transport you to your accommodation on campus. A member of staff will normally be at the Airport and another will be at Aigburth Park accommodation campus to meet you.

Accommodation
You will be offered a private room at the Aigburth Park accommodation campus, which is about three miles from the main teaching campus (Hope Park). A free shuttle bus is available Monday to Friday during the day in term time, to get you back and forth to classes.

For further information, see our Accommodation page.

To apply for a room on Campus you must complete the on-line accommodation application at Apply for Accommodation

Room offers will be made by email and include the Accommodation Contract, which sets out the terms and conditions for living on campus. You must accept the Contract online and pay a deposit of £200 to secure your room - this is refundable after departure (conditions apply) and is not part of the Study Abroad Fee Package.

Orientation
The University will begin an international orientation programme as soon as you arrive. This will include on-site support at Aigburth Park, information workshops, local and city tours, including help to use public transportation, a campus tour of Hope Park and help with the registration processes.

Tuition
You will take up to four Study Abroad courses, making a total of 60 Liverpool Hope academic credits. You will be taught alongside full-degree seeking undergraduate students at Hope Park and the Creative Campus. See the Study Abroad and Exchange Guide for further information. Instructions about how to make your choices are included in the course catalogues on the How to Apply page.

Catering
A meal package is not included, but a range of food outlets at Hope Park and the Creative Campus offer hot and cold meals or drinks and snacks to purchase. The Study Abroad Fee Package includes a Catering Card with credit equal to £420 per semester, to be used in the restaurants and coffee shops, the bar area and the Convenience Store. The card can also be used to purchase stationary items, gifts, or University branded clothing in the Varsity Store at Hope Park. Take-away food can be purchased from Our Place to take home for the evening.

Please note that the card is not operational in shops in the community or city centre. There are no catering outlets at Aigburth Park. Catering in the evenings, weekends and the holiday periods is the responsibility of the student. All study rooms have access to a self-catering kitchen for making meals.

The catering card is meant to be used in full during the Programme – any credit left on the card at the end of the Programme will NOT be refunded to the student. Students are advised to use all the credit on the card, but if any credit remains, it can be donated to charity via the International Hub.

Other benefits

The Study Abroad Package also includes:

  • the services of the Residential Life Team and 24 hour security staff
  • free shuttle buses to and from the teaching campuses (Hope Park or Creative Campus)
  • the services of the support team in the International Hub
  • unrestricted use of the Library and IT facilities at all locations
  • free WiFi in your study room and all communal areas
  • the services of our counselling and academic support teams
  • free membership of the gym and sports facilities at Hope Park (subject to a single induction fee)
  • free membership of the Liverpool Hope Students’ Union
  • a compulsory weekly ‘British Life’ culture course with some off-campus trips
  • the opportunity to gain a ‘Study Abroad Certificate in Service and Leadership’

What is not included

  • Flights and any incoming transport other than the Manchester airport pick-up on Arrivals Day (see ‘Arrival’ above)
  • Travel insurance and contents insurance for personal belongings
  • Medical insurance or medical costs (although Primary Care is free to visitors in the UK)
  • Cooking equipment for communal kitchens
  • Cutlery and crockery
  • Transport back to the airport at the end of the Programme
  • Any costs connected to social activity off campus, optional cultural trips or travel plans not organised by the University
  • Food costs other than the Catering Card (see ‘Catering’ above)
  • Cleaning of study bedrooms and kitchens; this is the students’ responsibility 

Cancelling a place on the Programme

  • If you cancel after you have been nominated but before receiving the confirmation letter (Short-Term Study Visa Support letter), you can cancel without paying any fees
  • If you cancel after receiving the confirmation letter, charges may apply, depending on the reason for the cancellation
  • If you cancel after accepting the accommodation contract, the £200 room deposit is not refundable

 

For further information about anything contained on this page, please contact the International Hub:

T: 0044 (0)151 291 3295
E: internationalhub@hope.ac.uk

 

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