Part-time Programmes

Congratulations on being offered a place on one of our part-time programmes. Here you will find some key information to help you get started, including essential information about enrolment.

Tuition Fees and Finance

Tuition fees will be charged according to the number of credits you will study in each academic year at the published standard fee rate.

If you intend funding your course with a tuition fee loan from Student Finance and have not yet applied, you should do so immediately. The process can take some time, so it is important that you do not delay with making your application. Please note that part-time maintenance loans are now available for part-time study and are dependent on course intensity.  For more information regarding this and to make your application please go to www.gov.uk/student-finance.

Once you have submitted your application to Student Finance you should regularly check the ‘To-Do List’ on your Student Finance online account.  Please ensure you provide all evidence requested by Student Finance in order for your application to be completed.  Payment will be withheld by Student Finance until this has been received, processed and final checks have been completed.

When you are fully enrolled on course and your funding is approved confirmation of your attendance will be sent to Student Finance and your maintenance loan will be released. Your tuition fee will be paid direct to the University.

Please note that payment of the maintenance loan for undergraduate students studying a part-time course will be two weeks after the start of each term.

Self-funding students

Tuition fees for September programmes must be either paid in full at the start of each academic year or by recurring card payment in three equal instalments on the dates listed below:

Instalment Date Amount
1 15 October 2019 1/3 total fee
2 15 January 2020 1/3 total fee
3 15 April 2020 1/3 total fee

In order to be fully registered on your course you must have either paid your tuition fees in full or set up your recurring card payment.  Please note you will only be able to set up your recurring card payment 24 hours after you complete Stage Two of your online enrolment, once this time has elapsed please go to //payments.edgehill.ac.uk/paytuition.

For further information related to payments contact the Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries Team at TuitionFees@edgehill.ac.uk prior to enrolment.

Admissions

Please note that the final deadline to satisfy all conditions of your offer is 31 August. Some courses may have additional requirements with earlier deadlines. If this is applicable to your offer, you will have been advised of these additional requirements by our Admissions Team.

Applicants must have satisfied all conditions of their offer to be able to enrol with the university.

If you are unsure of your current status, or have any queries regarding the conditions of your offer, you can contact us on 0800 028 6677.

Module choices

If you are a part-time undergraduate student studying in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and have any queries regarding module choices, please contact modulechoices@edgehill.ac.uk.

Enrolment

Enrolment is a mandatory process that you must go through at the beginning of the year to become a member of the University, release your finance from the Student Loans Company (if applicable) and activate your IT/Library account and benefit from all its services. The enrolment process is completed online and consists of two stages:

Stage one

The first stage of enrolment will open on Tuesday 3 September.

If your status on UCAS Track is Unconditional Firm (UF) by this date, you will receive an email to the email address you used to make your application. Please allow 24 hours for this to arrive. If you do not receive the email, please check your junk folder and then contact gettingstarted@edgehill.ac.uk.

This email will contain everything you need in order to complete stage one including your login details. You should ensure that you have completed stage one at least two days before you arrive at either the Ormskirk Campus or Holy Cross site.

As part of stage one, you are required to upload a photograph and identification. To prepare for this, please read the online guide.

After completing stage one, emails regarding enrolment will be sent to your Edge Hill email account. You will need to make sure this is set up before you complete stage two.  To access your Edge Hill email account, please visit the Student Homepage.

Please note, you will only be able to set up your email once you have received your stage one email.

 

Click here to read the online enrolment guide including details on ID and photo requirements

Stage two

You will need to complete stage two to confirm your attendance and release your Student Finance. You will need to do this when you first arrive on campus – either at the Ormskirk Campus or the Holy Cross site.

When you have successfully completed stage one, an email with the subject line ‘Stage two: Next Steps’ will be sent to your Edge Hill email address. This will contain instructions and the link you need to complete stage two.

All you need to do is:

  • arrive on campus
  • log onto the Eduroam or Holy Cross campus WiFi on your mobile device (or use a networked campus PC)
  • open your stage two email and click the link
  • Click the button asking you to ‘Login to enrol online’. Once clicked, you will have completed your enrolment.

To complete stage two, you will need to use a mobile device, which is either connected to the Edge Hill WiFi (Eduroam) or Holy Cross Campus WiFi. Alternatively, you can log onto a networked PC on campus. Instructions will be provided in your stage one confirmation email, which will be sent to your Edge Hill email address, and you should follow these carefully. Completion of the second stage will mean that you have finished the enrolment process.

 

Click here to read the instructions for stage two of enrolment

A delay in enrolling may result in you being unable to access University facilities and a delay to your first student loan payment (if applicable).

If you need help with any stage of the enrolment process get in touch:

 

BA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS (School Based Route)

Pre-course information has been provided for applicants undertaking the BA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS (School Based Route).

Your first session with take place on Tuesday 10 September at 4pm in Room E19. This room is on the first floor in the Faculty of Education building.  Bring along a mobile device to complete enrolment.  If you have any conditions still to meet, please make sure that the Admissions team are updated as soon as possible. Click the links below to find out more:

MSc Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Wellbeing (part-time)

Please click here to view your teaching timetable.

Please note this timetable is subject to change. Keep checking these pages for the most up to date version.

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