Are you an international student coming to study at LJMU?



Booking for LJMU student accommodation is now open. Find your new home in a new country today.

Here MA Film student, Alejandra Cardona Mayorga from Colombia, speaks to current international students, to discuss the benefits of their accommodation whilst studying here at LJMU, and their pro tips for booking rooms.

All new international students starting in September 2022 are guaranteed student accommodation right in the heart of the dynamic city centre of Liverpool, with easy access to the main University campuses. One of the many benefits of choosing to live in student accommodation at LJMU.

When can I book my accommodation?

If you have firmly accepted your offer with LJMU (whether conditional or unconditional), we recommend that you consider researching and booking your student accommodation as soon as possible. Booking for LJMU student accommodation is now open and many of the options available will be taken up quickly, so make sure you don’t miss out on your top choice!

International students are welcomed to all the student accommodation options available to home students. Full-time international students (from both inside and outside the EU) can further request accommodation using the same booking process as UK home students.

Find more information on how to search and book student accommodation here.

What help and support is available for international students booking accommodation?

Moving to a new country to live and study is both an exciting but nerve-wracking challenge and our team is here to help you settle quickly into your new home.

If you have any enquiries, please get in touch with the Accommodation Office team by email to accommodation@ljmu.ac.uk or by telephone on (+44) 151 231 4166 or visit our frequently asked questions page.

You can also find more information on available options and how to book on our Accommodation page.

 


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