City Life at Liverpool John Moores
International students studying at Liverpool John Moores University can experience life in one of the UK’s most inspirational cities. Liverpool is known for its rich cultural heritage, diverse music scene, and sporting legacy. Liverpool is an exciting place to live and an even better place to study. The city also boasts a bustling nightlife and a wide array of dining options, offering students an enriching cultural experience. Liverpool is also home to Europe’s oldest Chinatown and its Pakistani, Indian, Bangladeshi, Somalian, and Nigerian communities are just a few of the well-established nationalities here.
Liverpool loves sport. A passion for football, of course, runs deep. While there is no easy way to grab a ticket to Anfield to watch Liverpool FC (it’s easier for Goodison to see Everton FC) the city’s love affair with football ensures that you’re never too far away from a pitch. Students can explore the city’s UNESCO World Heritage waterfront, visit world-class museums such as the Museum of Liverpool, or enjoy live performances at the M&S Bank Arena.
Liverpool has a bustling music scene with plenty of live music and history to discover. From the Beatles museum where you can find out all about the Fab Four to the British Music Experience showcasing some of the UK’s best musical talent, there is something for everyone to get involved with.
Liverpool celebrates its creative culture with world-renowned art galleries, multiple theatres and museums charting the history of the city and its impact on the wider world. Liverpool is also well placed to explore some of the Northwest of England’s most wild and wonderful locations, all of which are easily accessible by public transport or car.