Specific entry requirements may differ for each programme, but the information below provides general requirements and some guidance. More information on specific courses can be found on our study pages. Each application is assessed on its own merit.
English language requirements for individual courses may vary but the minimum requirements can be found online.
International Foundation Programme
Students whose qualifications do not meet our general entrance or course requirements may need to take an International Foundation Programme to qualify for entry to an undergraduate degree programme.
Typical Edge Hill University entry requirements range from 112 – 120 UCAS points. Students studying the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) must achieve the required UCAS points through any combination of the following:
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Students are required to achieve a minimum score of three in core subjects (we would not take your Chinese HKSDE score into consideration) and have a minimum of two elective subjects.
International Baccalaureate (IB)
We are happy to accept students who have completed the IB qualification. We will use UCAS Tariff scores to assess a student’s suitability. Subject specific requirements at Higher Level (HL) Grade 5 may apply. For clarity of entry requirements for the course you’re interested in, please contact the International Office.
Applicants who have completed a Bachelor (BA) degree from a recognised Hong Kong university will be considered for admission onto a Master’s (MA) degree, with either a 2:2 or 2:1 depending on the specific programme requirement.
When we’re in Hong Kong
No current dates are available, but check back soon.
Representatives in Hong Kong
What our students say
BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies
“I love the natural environment of Edge Hill and exploring the Catalyst building (library and study space) has been so much fun as I have found many areas which are perfect for studying and provide beautiful views of the campus.”
The modules on my Degree have been designed for students to experience a holistic learning approach. For example, when I was undertaking ‘Perspectives and Practice in Forest School Education’ the lessons always took place outside in the Forest School area on Campus.I have been so impressed by the lecturers’ enthusiasm, they are so patient, and they did not mind spending additional time on individual students’ needs.
Contact Kelly Goodyear, your Regional Manager for any specific country enquiries, programme information or details of tuition fees and scholarships.