In the heart of Liverpool lies John Moores University
, a dynamic uni with three main campuses. Whether you’re a student, a member of staff or someone who uses the sports facilities or fantastic libraries, there are means and ways of reaching Liverpool John Moores on a tight budget. In fact, we reckon their ethos of dream, plan, achieve
is just as applicable to your travel arrangements as it is to your academic journey.
How to get to Liverpool John Moores
The City and Mount Pleasant campuses are centrally located, so your first mission is to reach Liverpool city centre. If you’re coming from London, the train takes just over two hours these days, and there are regular train services reaching Liverpool Lime Street from all other major UK locations too.
If you choose to travel by coach, National Express
both have plenty of services which will drop you off at handy central locations.
If you’re flying in from afar, Liverpool John Lennon Airport is only eight miles outside central Liverpool. From there, you can either hop on a train to the city centre, or pre-book a lift share.
Located in the William Brown Street area, this central campus is easy to find, and is just a ten minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street station. If you’re driving or cycling, simply follow signs for the city centre. You’ll find the campus near Liverpool Museum.
Also relatively central, this campus is situated between the city’s two cathedrals, so just follow the signs for those. The campus is reasonably spread out, and can be reached easily on foot from the train station.
Sitting just four miles outside the city centre, this campus is located in the Aigburth suburb in South Liverpool. From Lime Street Station, you can catch the 82 bus, which runs every 3 minutes. If you’re driving or cycling, the campus is well sign-posted from the city centre. If you have a magical sat nav, here’s the campus postcode: L17 6BD
Lift share to and from Liverpool John Moores
Liverpool is one of the UK’s most culturally-rich cities, with a fantastic arts scene, lively nightlife and fascinating history. If you’d rather spend your funds on the various things to see and do in Liverpool than travel costs
, consider a car share. Not only will you save some cash, but you’ll turn a boring journey into a bit of an adventure.
Don’t forget, if you’re lucky enough to have your own set of wheels, you can offer up your spare seats to lift-seekers worldwide! Get ready to make some pals and take the scenic route on your commute to Merseyside.