Liverpool has a legendary reputation – and this is a city that lives up to the hype.
Why study in Liverpool?
There are endless reasons to study in Liverpool; the culture-defining music scene, friendly atmosphere, and artistic culture, to name a few. Vita Student accommodation in Liverpool city centre puts you at the heart of the action – immersing yourself in everything student life in Liverpool is famous for.
Located on Crosshall Street, Vita Student Liverpool provides a legendary experience in a legendary city.
Living at Vita Student Liverpool
Vita Student is located on Crosshall Street, which in Liverpool’s city centre and less than a 15-minute walk from all major universities.
WHAT WE’RE ABOUT
Vita Student is for students that want it all. For students that want to live without limits. With an all-inclusive service, living at Vita Student lifts some of the pressures from university life, allowing you to focus on your studies and your experience. Our buildings are full of friendly faces from many different places. All here to make the most of their time at university. Whether you are creative or academic, Vita Student is the place to learn, thrive and make connections.
With an all-inclusive service, living at Vita Student lifts some of the pressures from university life, allowing you to focus on your studies and your experience.
Our buildings are full of friendly faces from many different places. All here to make the most of their time at university. Whether you are creative or academic, Vita Student is the place to learn, thrive and make connections.
Our Crosshall Street building is perfectly located. In less than five minutes, you could be at Lark Lane – a Liverpool gem with some of the best bars, restaurants and shops the city has to offer.
All students in Liverpool should have the Cavern Club on their list of must-visits. Conveniently just around the corner from Vita Student, this iconic venue hosted the very first performances of The Beatles, and regularly hosts intimate gigs with upcoming artists and rising stars.
Universities in Liverpool
Founded in 1881, the University of Liverpool is internationally recognised for its research quality. UoL has seen nine Nobel prize winners enter its halls and has countless numbers of successful Alumni in different industries and sectors.
The university has over 22,000 students on campus and has a strong international community with more than 7,000 international students. UoL has also recently undergone a £800 million investment, meaning that it’s teaching quality and facilities are better than ever.
Since Liverpool John Moores University is relatively young in comparison to other UK universities, it is forward-thinking and progressive in its attitude.
Its courses combine theoretical and practical teaching, setting you up with all the skills you need to succeed in your career.
Built on two beautiful campuses, Liverpool Hope University is ranked in the top 5 in the UK for student satisfaction.
The university also has an outstanding employability rate, with 98% of its graduates in the workplace or further education within six months.
Edge Hill University, based just outside of Liverpool, was voted Modern University of the Year in 2022.
With over 160 acres of campus to explore, and a £350 million investment in its facilities, Edge Hill provides a first-class university experience for its students.
“My three favourite things about living at Vita: the weekly events, the gym and the independence I get from living on my own”
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What are the best attractions in Liverpool?more
Liverpool is full of incredible experiences, whether you’re a student or not. On the Docks are some of the UK’s best art galleries like Tate Liverpool and Open Eye Gallery. It showcases some of our generation’s best artists and better yet, they’re free to enter. Liverpool is also famous for being the birthplace of The Beatles, and only in this city can you learn all about the history of the band. Go to Beatles History Museum on Albert Dock and immerse yourself in their story.
What’s the nightlife like in Liverpool?more
If there’s one thing students can’t get enough of in Liverpool, it’s the nightlife. This city comes alive at night, and there’s a venue to suit whatever occasion. The first stop on your list should be Camp and Furnace, a versatile warehouse with club nights, pop-up bars and food venues. Next up is Invisible Wind Factory – an old factory that was converted to host some of Liverpool’s best parties. Fancy a day-time dance? Head to Modo and listen to some incredible DJs on its rooftop terrace.
How far away is are the beaches in Liverpool?more
While Liverpool guarantees the buzz of city-centre living, it’s equally easy to find some respite at the beach. Travel just 40 minutes to Formby Beach, a vast stretch of coastline that is beautiful to see in all seasons. Or, even closer is Crosby Beach, home to one of the UK’s most unique landmarks. Scattered over a mile of the beach stand 100 cast iron statues created by artist Antony Gormley. Despite being installed here in the 90s, they still look out towards sea, admiring the view.
Where are the best venues for live music in Liverpool?more
Liverpool is famous for birthing some of the world’s best bands – so as a result is has plenty of amazing live music venues. The infamous Cavern Club showcases some of the best upcoming artists in an intimate, cool setting. They’re open from day to night, so you can start enjoying the music as early as 11am. To see some of the biggest acts play, go to Mountford Hall or the O2 Academy. For an understated night to discover new music, there’s no better place than Phase One on Seel Street.
What’s the cost of living like for students in Liverpool?more
Liverpool is considered one of the most affordable cities for students to live in the UK. While your monthly spend will depend on your lifestyle, Liverpool generally is cheaper for travel and going out than other big UK cities.
Are there any good outdoor spaces to visit in Liverpool?more
Liverpool gives you the best of both worlds – exciting city living with plenty of green space. If you’re craving some distance, make your way Everton Park, walk up the hill and get breath-taking views of the city from afar. In the centre of the city lies a quaint conservation area – St John’s Gardens. Come here to experience some peace among the bustle and admire the beautifully lawn gardens.
Where are the best places to eat and drink in Liverpool?more
Liverpool has some outstanding food and drink venues, with an abundance of choice. For a casual bite, go to Duke Street Market, an industrial warehouse that hosts a varied line-up of food and drinks vendors. However, if you’re looking to treat yourself, enjoy dinner and drinks with a view at Panoramic 34 – a restaurant on the 34th floor of a building overlooking the city.