We want our students to experience the highest quality teaching and learning while at Edge Hill.
However, sometimes students may face personal or programme-related difficulties that affect their ability to continue with their programme.
If you are considering withdrawing from your programme, we strongly advise you to talk to us first. We may be able to resolve your difficulties without you leaving your programme.
Your personal tutor or a member of staff from Student Services or Academic Registry are available for advice and can tell you about the alternatives to programme withdrawal, such as taking time out or transferring to another programme or mode of study. They can also put you in contact with other services as appropriate.
If you do eventually decide to withdraw from a programme, you should obtain a withdrawal form from Academic Records and return the completed form to Academic Registry for processing. Please also read the Tuition Fees Policy Statement for the relevant academic year.
The University’s full policy on withdrawal is in Appendix 26 of the Academic Regulations.