Fees

 

 

 

 

 

The University is committed to ensuring information on fees is readily available and publishes fee information each year in advance of the application 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 are as follows*:

Full time  2019/20 2020/21 2021/22
BA/BSc/DipHE/LLB/MBChB/Integrated Masters (including non commissioned pre-registration) £9,250 £9,250 tbc
Foundation Degree £6,165 £6,165 tbc
Part time Standard Credit Price
BA/BSc/LLB £77 £77 tbc
Foundation Degree £51 £51 tbc
MA/PGCert Specialist Primary Mathematics Practice £37 £38 £38
MBA £60 £61 £62
Postgraduate FoE, FoHSCM non Medical School £34 £34 £35
Postgraduate FoHSCM Medical School n/a £37.50 £37.50
Postgraduate FoHSCM PL LHCH £36 £36 tbc
Postgraduate FoHSCM PL Liverpool Women’s £36 £36 £36
UG FoHSCM PL £34 £34 £35
UG FoHSCM PL LHCH £36 £36 tbc
Part time Standard Module Price
PG Cert SPLD (Dyslexia) module 3 £530 £540 £550

*  For EU students commencing programmes in academic session 2021/22 the international fee will apply, unless you are an Irish National or can evidence settled status.

Students Referred to Study for Honours (QSFH) will have a tuition fee to pay calculated at the BA/BSc/LLB part time standard credit price (as noted above) for all registered module credits.   This will be charged at the rate for their most recent academic session.  There is no entitlement to additional student funding. An invoice will be issued immediately following registration and students will be advised on payment dates.  All tuition fees must be paid in full for attendance at graduation and issue of certification

Students Transferred to Part Time (TPT) for reassessment purposes will have a tuition fee to pay calculated at the BA/BSc/LLB part time standard credit price (as noted above) for all registered module credits, charged at the fee rate for the next academic year.  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.  Even though you are completing less than 120 credits, Student Finance count this year as a full study year and include it as part of your overall funding entitlement.

The University may administer a small inflationary rise in tuition fees, in line with Government policy, in subsequent academic years as you progress through your course.

If you are a part time continuing student and wish to know the credit price for your subsequent years study or have a query relating to your tuition fee please contact Tuition Fees. Tuition Fees

Faculty of Health and Social Care Postgraduate Professional Education
Email: HealthCPDEnquiries@edgehill.ac.uk

International Office
Email: international@edgehill.ac.uk

Please make sure you are familiar with the University’s Tuition Fee Regulations

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