We want our students to experience the highest quality teaching and learning while at Edge Hill University. However, sometimes students may face personal or programme-related difficulties that affect their ability to continue with their programme.
If you are considering withdrawing from your programme, your Personal Tutor or Academic Records are available to provide information, advice and guidance on alternatives to programme withdrawal, such as taking time out or transferring to another programme or mode of study. There are also plenty of other services and support to help you.
The Student Support Team over in Student Services are here to support you through your studies, working with other teams including:
- Money Advice
Student Support team
Withdrawing and finances
Please be aware that any changes to your student status, for example if you interrupt or withdraw, may have financial implications. It is important to research this thoroughly before making a decision.
We’ve got the Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries team, and Money Advice team on hand to answer any of your money related questions.Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries Money Advice
If you have a visa to study here, there are potential visa implications of withdrawing from your course.
Please contact the visas team for further advice.
Things to know
Don’t do it alone. We are here to support you. Contact your relevant records team for support.