||Hope to all who need it
||Professor Gerald Pillay
|Year of establishment
||Liverpool Hope University Hope Park L16 9JD, Liverpool
||+44 151 291 3000
Liverpool Hope University
Liverpool Hope University is a public university in Liverpool, England. Growing out of its first founding colleges (The Church of England's Warrington Training College (1844) and the Sisters of Notre Dame's Our Lady's Training College (1856)) - one of the first UK institutions to provide teacher education for women - Liverpool Hope University now has three faculties: Arts and Humanities, Education, and Science. The university has received a Gold standing in UK's Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). The University's philosophy is to ‘educate in the round’ – mind, body and spirit – in the quest for Truth, Beauty and Goodness.
Liverpool Hope University pursues a path of excellence in scholarship and collegial life without reservation or hesitation. The University’s distinctive philosophy is to ‘educate in the round’ – mind, body and spirit – in the quest for Truth, Beauty and Goodness.
The Liverpool Hope University is a Public university located in Liverpool.
The Liverpool Hope University was founded in 1844.
The current president of Liverpool Hope University is Professor Gerald Pillay.
According to verified online sources, the Liverpool Hope University enrolls a total of 5100 students.
According to the main website, the Liverpool Hope University has a total student population of 3865 undergraduate students and 1235 graduate students.