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For International students who will be living in Liverpool during the summer of 2022, the University and Guild of Students are offering a range of events, workshops and activities designed to help students make the most of their time.
In addition, information and advice is available, both in person and online, to provide international students with all they need to know about living in Liverpool on a budget, finding part-time jobs, and how the University can help them during the summer period.
The University’s International Advice and Guidance team (IAG) is hosting a range of presentations to help you make the most of your time in Liverpool and provides lots of important information. IAG runs a series of sessions online and in person. To find out more, go to the IAG webpages at: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/studentsupport/visas-and-immigration/welcome-week/hi-sessions/
IAG is also running online and in-person drop-in sessions for any international student who is on campus and who wants to see an adviser. To book a meeting with an adviser, please email: email@example.com
Online information sessions
If you’re looking to get a part-time job during the summer, you can watch a recent presentation given by IAG and the University Careers and Employability team. Go to the IAG webpages and download it today. Additional workshops are also available, including:
Give it a Go – run by the Guild of Students – offers an action-packed programme of activities designed to help you have fun, make friends and try something new. There are trips, tours and more volunteering, society and skills sessions – all available to international students during the summer.
The activities are open to everyone – some are free, some you need to pay for, some you can just pop along to, and some need signing up for in advance.
The Give it a Go website provides up to the minute information on this summer’s programme: https://www.liverpoolguild.org/events?event_type=give-it-a-go&search=
You can also check out the list of activities below:
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