This team deal with all the financial side of things, like tuition fees, funding and bursaries. They can also help you out getting your payment arrangements in order.
Key points to note
- The University agrees the fees for all provision of study before the start of each academic year. All full time undergraduate tuition fees for 2022/23 are £9,250
- You must meet specific criteria to apply for a teaching or NHS bursary
- We have a range of scholarships for those who meet eligibility criteria
The University is committed to ensuring information on fees is readily available and publishes fee information each year in advance of the application and enrolment cycle for the following academic session.
Applicants may view an indication of likely fee levels from the University’s prospectus and website and can expect to receive detailed information about fees, and view arrangements for payment, when they are offered a place to study.
UK tuition fees
|BA/BSc/DipHE/LLB/MBChB/Integrated Masters (including non commissioned pre-registration)||£9,250|
|MA Social Work (Year 1)||£6,500|
|MA Social Work (Year 2)||£6,500|
|Part time Standard Credit Price|
|MA/PGCert Specialist Primary Mathematics Practice||£39|
|Postgraduate FoHSCM non Medical School||£39|
|Postgraduate FoHSCM Medical School||£39|
|Postgraduate FoHSCM PL LHCH||£37.50|
|Postgraduate FoHSCM PL Liverpool Women’s||£36|
|UG FoHSCM PL||£35|
|UG FoHSCM PL LHCH||£37.50|
|Part time Standard Module Price|
|PG Cert SPLD (Dyslexia) module 3||£560|
The international fee will apply for EU students commencing programmes in academic session 2022/23, with the exception of Irish Nationals or those who can evidence settled status.
Referred to Study for Honours (QSFH)
Students Referred to Study for Honours (QSFH) will have a tuition fee to pay calculated at the undergraduate standard part time credit price (as noted above) for all registered module credits. This will be charged at the rate for the most recent academic session. There is no entitlement to additional external student funding. An invoice will be issued immediately following registration and students will be advised on the payment deadline date. All tuition fees must be paid in full for attendance at graduation and issue of certification.
Transferred to Part Time (TPT)
Students Transferred to Part Time (TPT) for reassessment purposes will have a tuition fee to pay calculated at the undergraduate part time standard credit price (as noted above) for all registered module credits, charged at the fee rate for the academic year of study. An invoice will be issued immediately following registration and students will be advised on payment dates. Subject to previous study, you may qualify for student funding in the form of a maintenance loan and tuition fee loan. Despite completing less than 120 credits, Student Finance regard Transferred to Part Time as a full study year and include it as part of your overall funding entitlement. Students who don’t qualify for funding will be required to self-fund their study.
If you are studying on a teaching or health and social work programme, you may be eligible for a bursary.
Qualifying for a teaching bursary from the Department for Education (DfE) is straightforward. There is no formal application, the University will award the bursary if you meet the criteria.
DfE bursaries are paid in addition to any Student Finance maintenance loan awarded.
During enrolment notification will be issued by email to confirm bursary entitlement and scheduled payment dates. Qualifying students will be asked to confirm nominated bank account details and their National Insurance number and agree to Terms and Conditions defined by the DfE.
Payment will only be made once you have met all of the conditions of entry and are fully registered on programme.
Students may only receive one initial teacher training bursary within the academic year. Should you meet the eligibility criteria for more than one bursary, Department for Education guidelines state that only the higher award may be received.
For academic year 2022/2023 trainees are only eligible for a bursary or scholarship if they’re entitled to support under the student finance criteria. If trainees do not wish to take out a tuition fee and/or maintenance loan, they are still required to evidence their eligibility under Student Finance criteria. Trainees can do this by applying for a £0 tuition fee loan and £0 maintenance loan. Student Finance will then be able to confirm trainees’ eligibility to the University once they have assessed the application. Applicants may be eligible for a PGCE bursary if they hold a PhD, Master’s, first, 2:1 or 2:2 degree qualification.
Math’s or Computing scholarships
Students in receipt of a Math’s or Computing Scholarship must provide confirmation from the Mathematics Teacher Training Scholarships provider or BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. Confirmation should be then sent to [email protected].
Undergraduate bursaries are only available to students in their final year of BSc (Hons) Secondary Mathematics with QTS.
Subject knowledge enhancement (SKE)
Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) bursaries are only payable upon confirmation of funding from the DfE, this may take some time.
Health and social work bursaries
To be eligible for an NHS social work bursary, you need to meet the specific criteria outlined on the social work bursaries page of the NHSBSA website. This bursary is non-repayable and contributes to your living expenses during your period of study.
The University is awarded a limited number of bursaries for undergraduate and postgraduate study and is required to nominate students in advance of the academic year following set criteria which can be found here (Social Work Bursaries – Edge Hill University). Not all students will be entitled to a capped place but can still put an application in for a travel grant.
Please note, if you are awarded a postgraduate Social Work Bursary, you will no longer be eligible to receive a Postgraduate Loan and will also not qualify for alumni fee remission.
Support is available through the NHS Learning Support Fund for health programmes leading to specific awards. You can find more details on all financial support available on the student services pages of the NHSBSA website.
Get in touch
If you have any questions about fees or bursaries, we’re here to help.