What programmes are available?
How do I apply?
Do you accept transfers?
What qualifications do I need?
I don’t meet the entry criteria, what now?
I am an international student
I am a mature student
What is the campus like? I wish to attend an open day
How do I know whether you have received my application?
When will I receive a decision?
What fees do I pay? / What am I entitled to?
I need to make changes to my application!
- In order to make changes to your application you will need to contact the body through which you applied.
- For all Undergraduate programmes please contact UCAS
- For all PGCE programmes please contact UTT
- For all Postgraduate and Masters programmes please contact UK PASS
N.B. You cannot make changes to your personal statement once you have submitted your application. If you are applying for another programme after submitting your initial application you can contact Admissions directly with a new personal statement.
I have an offer, what do I do now?
If you have been made a conditional offer for a September start you are required to meet the conditions of your offer by 31st August. If you are beginning your programme in April you must meet the conditions of your offer by the 31st March. Any other deadlines will be specified either in your offer conditions or your offer letter. To view the conditions of your offer please log into UCAS track or UTT Track.For up to date information regarding PGCEs please visit the PGCE News page.
How do I defer my place?
Where and how do I send in my qualifications?
For all Education, Nursing and Social Work courses you are required to produce your original qualifications. If you were unable to provide these at your interview then you can post your originals into us at the address below, or call into the Admissions office (Student Information Centre, 1st Floor) any weekday afternoon between 2pm and 4pm.If you are unsure as to whether you have already provided these please refer to your offer conditions for clarification.
For all other courses, if your offer states that you are required to provide proof of your qualifications you can either post photocopies into us at:
Edge Hill University
St Helens Road
Or you may email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
When will I receive information about my start date?
Is there a timetable available?
I have been asked for medical / DBS clearance as part of the conditions of my offer, what do I have to do?
Offers for Teaching, Nursing and a selection of Modular Undergraduate Degrees are offered on the requirement that potential trainees are able to meet the statutory requirements of the profession for physical and mental fitness.
You will be sent full details and a medical questionnaire within 3 months of the start of your programme. Our Occupational Health Adviser (OHA) will consider the information you provide and will confirm whether or not you meet the requirements. You may, exceptionally, be contacted for further details by the OHA.
DBS Enhanced Disclosures
You will be sent full details on how to apply for your DBS application along with your medical questionnaire. We will provide you with guidance notes indicating what information/proof of identity you need to provide. It is important that you provide the correct information to ensure your application is processed as quickly as possible. Failure to do this will lead to a delay in the receipt of your certificate.
Although you may already have a DBS Enhanced Disclosure Certificate, you will still need to go through this process again for Edge Hill. The guidance notes will explain this to you.
You can also find more information specifically regarding DBS checks on our website which outlines our policy on applicants with criminal convictions etc.
I have been asked for Mathematics / English / Science GCSE as part of the conditions of my offer
Adult Numeracy, Adult Literacy, Key Skills Application of Number and Key Skills Communication are not considered equivalent to GCSE English Language and Mathematics at Grade C for Initial Teacher Training programmes. Similarly GCSE Human Biology and GCSE Human Physiology and Health are not acceptable in lieu of GCSE Science.More details can be found on our Equivalency Programmes.