Welcome to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Edge Hill University. We are based just outside the attractive market town of Ormskirk, in the North West of England, close to Liverpool and not too far from Manchester.
We offer high-quality programmes for well-qualified applicants in a broad range of disciplines, including undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Our research impacts on policy and practice, whether in Knowledge Transfer Partnerships or in other forms of collaboration, on local, regional, national and international levels. Our performance in the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) established Edge Hill as the most improved institution since the previous census of research activity in 2008. In that time, we more than doubled both quality of outputs and the quantity of work published.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences has some excellent facilities, including The Arts Centre, a recently refurbished and extended BioSciences building, the Edge Hill Business School, a refurbished GeoSciences building, Creative Edge, and extensive Sports provision. Our learning resources are second to none, including industry-standard equipment to give you as realistic a learning experience as possible.
Our portfolio is developing in exciting directions, with new departures in programmes such as BSc Genetics, BA Music Production, Musical Theatre, BA Policing and MComp Computing. We have a fast-growing community of full-time PhD students across the Faculty, with ambitious targets for further expansion. The continued investment in our staff, campus and facilities, the regular launching of innovative programmes, and a genuine commitment to providing the best possible student experience means that Edge Hill is increasingly the University of choice for UK, European and international students. The Faculty of Arts and Sciences attracted over 10,000 undergraduate applications in 2016, up nearly 20% from the previous year.
There are plenty of opportunities to come and visit us. You can attend an open day, evening public lecture, performances in the theatres, films in the Rose Theatre or in Creative Edge, sports events, or one of the many national and international conferences we host. Visit the Faculty’s events webpage for further details.
Departments in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
|Department of Biology||01695 584894|
|Business School||01695 657601|
|Department of Computer Science||01695 657603|
|Department of English and Creative Arts||01695 584703|
|Department of History, Geography and Social Sciences||01695 650944|
|School of Law, Criminology and Policing||01695 657692|
|Department of Psychology||01695 584320|
|Department of Sport & Physical Activity||01695 584359|
|Enquiries relating to the Faculty Office||01695 654377|
|The Language Centre||01695 657188|
Faculty office staff
For enquiries about a department in the Faculty, please contact the department directly. The following staff are based in the C10, Clough Corridor, Main Building unless indicated otherwise.
|Professor George Talbot||Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) and Dean of Arts and Sciences|
|Professor Anastasia Konstantopoulou||Associate Dean (Learning & Teaching)|
|Professor Kevern Verney||Associate Dean (Research)|
|Professor Simon Bolton||Associate Dean (Enterprise & Employability)|
Based in the Tech Hub, 2nd Floor
|Professor Nik Bessis||Senior Adviser on Digital Strategy and Transnational Education|
Based in the Tech Hub
|Lindsey Lewin||PA to the Dean & Associate Deans|
|Ruth Carr||Faculty Administration Manager|
|Caroline Berry||Faculty Assistant Registrar|
|Susan Wilde||Faculty Quality Officer|
|Laura McCooey||Faculty Quality & Student Engagement Officer|
|Joanne Blood||Faculty Research Administration Manager|