Nursing and healthcare students

Accommodation that suits your timetable

Helping you concentrate on your studies

Students on healthcare courses can experience difficulties when sharing flats with students on non-healthcare courses because of their differing timetable, workloads and shift patterns. We want your accommodation to be the perfect place for you to live and rest to enable you to concentrate on your studies to the best of your ability.

Therefore we strongly recommend that new healthcare students live in dedicated flats within Marybone, Glassworks or Atlantic Point (AP). This recommendation applies to new students on all branches of Nursing (Adult, Child and Mental Health) plus Midwifery and Paramedic Science.

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The main advantages to living in these halls are as follows:

  • All bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms (except Marybone 1) and small double beds
  • They are the closest accommodation options to the Tithebarn Street Building and the adjacent Library
  • You will only share your flat with students on similar courses

Midwifery students receive an annual tenancy by default to reflect that teaching on these courses is based on the calendar year and not the standard academic year. Nursing and Paramedic Science students receive a standard 42 week tenancy by default to reflect that teaching follows the standard academic year - but they can request an annual tenancy if they wish.

There are a limited number of flats available in Marybone 1 for healthcare students. These typically have six bedrooms and two bathrooms each, which is reflected in a weekly rent of £90 per week in 2024/25. All bedrooms in Marybone 1 have small double beds and sinks in the rooms.

There is no parking at Marybone or Glassworks and therefore Paramedic Science students who need to bring their car should chose AP instead. A parking space at AP will cost £20.50 per week in 2024/25.

Please note: Although healthcare students are free to choose where to live, no guarantee can be made about sharing a flat with students on similar courses at any other location.
LJMU reserves the right to refuse a request from a new healthcare student to live in a hall that it believes to be unsuitable.
For academic year 2024/25 the list of unsuitable halls includes Byrom Point, Copperas House, Capital Gate, Hardman House, Horizon Heights, Grand Central and St Luke’s View.

Accommodation for the September 2024 intake

Rooms will be available in the halls listed below from the following dates, which are two days before the start of teaching:

Nursing (all branches) and Paramedic Science: Saturday 14 September 2024

Midwifery: Saturday 7 September 2024

Hall: Atlantic Point
Room Type: Standard en-suite
Weekly rent and tenancy length:
£115, 42 weeks (Nursing and Paramedic Science)
£110, 51 weeks (Midwifery)

Hall: Glassworks
Room Type: Standard Plus en-suite
Weekly rent and tenancy length:
£168, 42 weeks (Nursing and Paramedic Science)
£155, 51 weeks (Midwifery)

Hall: Marybone 1
Room Type: Standard shared bathroom
Weekly rent and tenancy length:
£90, 42 weeks (Nursing and Paramedic Science)
£90, 50 weeks (Midwifery)

Hall: Marybone 3
Room Type: Standard en-suite
Weekly rent and tenancy length:
£128, 42 weeks (Nursing and Paramedic Science)
£118, 50 weeks (Midwifery) 

Further information

If you have any queries regarding accommodation for these courses, please contact the LJMU Accommodation Office on accommodation@ljmu.ac.uk.