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.

[email protected] within Student Services can offer support to help you to remain on programme working with Wellbeing, Inclusion, Money Advice or other specialist services, which may be beneficial to you. Please visit their webpage for further information.

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.  They can also refer you to other services as appropriate.

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. Advice and guidance is on hand from our Fees, Bursaries and Scholarships Team and the Money Advice Team.

If you have a visa to study here, there are potential visa implications of withdrawing. Please contact [email protected] for further advice.

The University’s full procedures on withdrawal can be found here.

Please also ensure you have read and understood the Tuition Fees Policy Statement for the relevant academic year.

Contact the Academic Records who will guide you through the withdrawal process:

Arts & Sciences students: [email protected]

Education students: [email protected]

Health, Social Care & Medicine students: [email protected]

Graduate School Postgraduate Researchers (PGR’s): [email protected]


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