Living in Liverpool
Welcome to Liverpool
The city of Liverpool has so much to offer. As well as playing an important role in the history of British music, it’s home to two Premier League football teams, world-class art galleries and museums, and a beautiful historic dockside area.
Exclusive to Pathways students
Kaplan Living Liverpool
This contemporary student residence is within easy reach of many of the city’s colleges and universities.
Rooms starting from £195 per week
Ensuite rooms and studio flats
All students aged 16 and over (dedicated flats for under-18s)
Living in Liverpool
Arts and Culture
You can find one of the largest collections of contemporary art outside London at Tate Liverpool, or learn about the city’s 800-year history at the Museum of Liverpool. Of course, no stay in Liverpool would be complete without a visit to the Beatles Story Museum, dedicated to one of the world’s most legendary pop groups.
Liverpool has a thriving Chinatown area, where you’ll find much of Liverpool’s Chinese community and many authentic Chinese restaurants and supermarkets. Alternatively, try the best of British food at the award-winning Munro pub.
Find all the biggest stores at the Liverpool ONE centre, or browse the unique independent shops on the popular Bold Street.
Liverpool has plenty of public parks and gardens, including the 250-acre Sefton Park, where you can find the Liverpool International Plant Collection at the beautiful Victorian Palm House. You can also stroll along the city’s scenic Victorian docks.
You’ll have many options for socialising with your new friends, from visiting a traditional English pub or going to a gig at the Liverpool Echo Arena, to dancing the night away to top DJs playing at the long-running Chibuku club night.
You can cheer on two top football teams, Everton and Liverpool, or visit the Aintree Racecourse to see the famous Grand National horse race.
You won’t be too far from the seaside in Liverpool — in fact, it’s just a 30 minute train journey to Crosby Beach. Here you can relax by the sea, or see Another Place, a unique work of art by renowned British sculptor Anthony Gormley, comprised of 100 cast iron figures staring out to sea.
Your questions answered
Yes! All residents have access to comfortable social lounges where you can relax with your new friends. We also run social events and activities all year round — you can find out more on our student life page.
There are many ways you can access wellbeing support at our residences. You can call the free Student Assistance Programme advice line, or, if you’d prefer to speak to someone in person, there will always be a friendly face on the residence reception team for you to talk to. Finally, we also offer a premium support service, Kaplan Living Special Support in many of our residences. You can learn more on our student support page.
Yes. Simply give us the names of your friends when you book and we’ll allocate your rooms together if we can. You will need to all book the same room type and contract length. Read more here.