7 Marybone, Liverpool, L3 2BX
Studying at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts? Need somewhere to stay that’s clean, safe and affordable? Sanctuary Students has you covered. We provide high-quality, low-cost student accommodation in Liverpool, ideal for LIPA students.
Liverpool is a heady mix of students, locals, culture, nightlife, arts, food, drink and more. It’s one of the most diverse cities in the north of England, and is as friendly and as welcoming as a city can be.
Studying in Liverpool is an amazing experience. The city has four very good universities and numerous colleges offering courses covering the entire spectrum. Student housing in Liverpool is also on the affordable end of the scale, leaving you more money to enjoy your time here!
If you’re planning to study at the Institute for Performing Arts and need student accommodation in Liverpool, the Sanctuary Students team is here to help!
About the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, LIPA, is one of the most well-known schools of its kind in the world. It was founded by Sir Paul McCartney and Mark Featherstone-Witty in 1966 as a place to offer degree courses for the performing arts.
The school currently offers 11 full-time degree courses, several Masters courses and 3 foundation courses.
Those courses include acting, theatre, filmmaking, dance, design and technology, music, management and sound technology.
Competition to get into LIPA is fierce. As one of the highest-rated schools of its kind, there are typically over 3,000 applications each year for just 250 places.
LIPA is close to the centre of Liverpool by the Georgian Quarter. It’s a lively area surrounded by bars, pubs, clubs, restaurants, shopping and more. It’s a short walk to Chinatown, Edge Hill, the Knowledge Quarter and everywhere else you might need to go.
There’s a bus stop outside the building, otherwise, it’s an easy walk to anywhere in Liverpool city centre.
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts FAQs
Here are some of the most common questions asked about studying in Liverpool:
Liverpool is a very economical place to live. Our student housing in Liverpool offers amazing value given the quality on offer. It’s also centrally located, minimising transport costs and making sure you’re never far away from class, food, drink, culture, art and everything you want to experience while you’re here.
We’re an accredited provider of accommodation, so you can trust we’re delivering a professional service. But Sanctuary Students is not just a ‘safe bet’ – we go above and beyond to offer our student community much more than a place to sleep. Check out our More than just a room page for further information!
Yes, you can! If we can’t show you the exact room you’ll be staying in, we’ll show you one that’s almost the same. Arranging a viewing is all part of the student housing application process and, while optional, is definitely recommended!
If you want to have your own space, you can. We have single occupancy student housing and rooms to share. If you want your own space, we have a selection of affordable options close to LIPA that will fit the bill.
Yes, it is! Kitchens will include appliances, basic cleaning supplies, vacuum, kettle and an ironing board. You’ll have to bring your own supplies, such as washing up liquid, cups, plates and any smaller item that will make your time in your student accommodation more enjoyable.
We can’t allow pets in our student accommodation in Liverpool, unfortunately. It wouldn’t be fair on them, living in a flat with you studying. You’ll have so much to do with studying and exploring Liverpool that bringing your pet wouldn’t be a good idea anyway. They’ll be much happier staying at home!
Liverpool is as safe as any other British city. A lot of work has gone into reducing crime in the city centre and now Liverpool is on par with other metropolitan areas. As long as you take basic precautions and be aware of your surroundings, crime should not be an issue while you’re here.
Liverpool is an amazingly friendly place. One common theme we hear from students is how welcoming and accepting people are here. As long as you’re nice to them, they’ll be nice to you. There’s also a vibrant food, drink and arts scene in the city, so you’ll never be short of things to see and do!