International Study Centre

Student accommodation

Find out more about living in Liverpool

Welcome to your new home in a vibrant city

Liverpool is one of the most affordable, culturally innovative and safe student cities in the UK.

Find the perfect place

Living with other students is a great way to make friends and settle into university life. We understand that choosing your student accommodation is a big decision, especially when you live on the other side of the world. But with our help, you can easily find the right home.

The International Study Centre works with, the leading global marketplace for student housing and the trusted way to find and book your perfect student home. lets you choose from a range of accommodation options depending on your budget, study location and the type of residence you prefer. View all properties to find your ideal room.

What do I need to know?

If you have an offer of a place to study at the Liverpool John Moores University International Study Centre and indicated on your application form that you would like accommodation, a adviser will contact you to discuss your options and the booking process.

Don't worry though - if you did not indicate this at application stage, but change your mind, there is still time to start the process.

Find the perfect city

Life in Liverpool is exciting, with lots to do when you are taking a break from studying. Here are some of the reasons students come to Liverpool from all over the world:
  • Student population of around 70,000
  • The cost of living in Liverpool is one of the lowest in England
  • Home of The Beatles and two premier league footballs clubs
  • More galleries and museums than any other UK city outside London
  • UNESCO city of music, thanks to its great live music
  • Exclusive offers for LJMU students
  • Safe and convenient to get around, both on foot and by public transport

We strongly advise all students to secure their LJMU accommodation before arriving in the UK. This will ensure that there are no difficulties at immigration, registering for your programme or at police registration on arrival (if required).