Following enrolment you will receive an invoice from Academic Registry for your tuition fees. Unless otherwise stated, the tuition fee is for the full academic year. It is important that you check the fee being charged. If you wish to query the amount you must do so immediately.
Tuition fees can be paid to the University in any of the following ways detailed below.
- Tuition fee loan from the Student Loans Company (SLC)
- Payment in full at the start of the programme
- Payment in three equal payments by recurring card payment (cannot be set up with a maestro/solo card)
Please note: not all postgraduate courses may qualify for grants, bursaries or loans from the government. If this is the case, you must fund your studies yourself. To enquire about your eligibility for government funding, please contact the relevant Student Loans Company team. Contact details are provided on our Tuition Fee Loans page.
Tuition Fees must be paid by one of the payment plans listed on the International Office Website. Tuition Fees may be paid to Edge Hill University in 3 methods:
- In your own currency using Western Union Business Solutions
- Pay by credit or debit card through our online payment portal. You will need to quote your Student ID number and date of birth in order for payment to be taken
- Sending a sterling cheque or bank draft made payable to “Edge Hill University” by recorded delivery to the International Office. Please make sure you send a letter with your cheque or bank draft giving your name, Student ID number, address, telephone number and course
Tuition Fee Policy Statement
All students are personally responsible for ensuring that all fees including any element of fees payable by others (e.g. Student Loans Company, a career development loan or sponsors such as employers), are paid in accordance with the guidelines set out below. Self-funding students will be required to sign a ‘University Payment Contract’ to acknowledge liability for payment at enrolment.Students repeating all or part of an academic session will be charged the appropriate standard fee for the additional study.
For more information visit Academic registry Tuition Fee Regulations
- Tuition Fee Policy and Regulations
- Ancilliary Charges
- Tuition Fee Payment Arrangements
- Student Withdrawal or Intercalation Tuition Fees Policy
- Tuition Fee Loans for Part Time Study
- Previous Higher Education Study
- Postgraduate Study
- Discretionary Staff Fee Remission Scheme
- International Students
- Student Debt Policy
- Tuition Fees, Bursaries and Scholarships Team Contacts
- Tuition Fee Policy Statements (previous years)
Who Should I Contact About…?
If you have any queries about tuition fees, or if you have any queries about previous study and the potential impact it may have on your eligibility for financial support, you can email the Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries Team within the Academic Registry department.
If you have any questions about your eligibility for financial support, or if you wish to receive advice and guidance on applying for funding (including support in completing funding applications), you can get in touch with the Student Financial Support Team.
If you are an International Student and you have any queries about how to pay tuition fees, please contact the International Office.
Alternatively, you can contact the Students’ Union Advice Centre.
Terms and Conditions for the Payment of University Tuition Fees
As a student of the University and in accordance with the regulations, a student accepts, by enrolling onto a programme, a contractual liability to pay the tuition fee for each academic year of their course. The tuition fee is calculated on the cost of your programme and allows the University to provide the resources, staff contact and support you need. The fee you will be charged will depend on the mode of study you are undertaking.It is important that you pay your fee on time. If any proportion of your fees remain unpaid after the due date relevant to your chosen method of payment you will be recorded as a debtor. In addition, withdrawal of access to resources will be imposed by the University which may even lead to exclusion from your programme of study. In accordance with University’s tuition fee regulations students cannot attend graduation or receive certification of their award where there is outstanding debt to the University.
Should you withdraw or intercalate from your studies or you are withdrawn by the University there will be a tuition fee charged for the period you have attended.
The University operates a debt recovery programme in respect of all fees and charges owing to the University.
Full terms and conditions can be found here.