Academic Achievement Awards celebrate success by rewarding undergraduate students with the highest average percentage mark (APM) at Level 4 or Level 5 (equivalent to Years 1 and 2 of a full-time degree) within each academic department.
If you are a registered student on an undergraduate degree, integrated Masters degree or foundation degree, you may be eligible for an Academic Achievement Award.
Academic Achievement Awards are worth up to £1,000, paid in one instalment.
Should more than one student in an academic department attain the same highest average percentage mark for their year group, the £1,000 payment will be divided equally between all qualifying recipients.
Please note, the eligibility criteria below may be subject to change for 2023 awards. Please keep checking this page for any updates.
To qualify for an Academic Achievement Award, you must:
- Attain the highest average percentage mark within your academic department at Level 4 or Level 5 in academic year 2022/23 (Level 4 only for foundation degree students);
- Progress onto the next full year of your course in academic year 2023/24 and be fully registered and in attendance;
- Be domiciled in the UK, Isle of Man, Channel Islands or EU.
International students, Erasmus+ students, seconded students, partner students, permanent employees of Edge Hill University and those undertaking apprenticeships and those undertaking study for re-assessment purposes (with the exception of repeat year students) are not eligible for an Academic Achievement Award.
How do I apply?
There is no application process for our Academic Achievement Awards.
Current students will be automatically assessed against the eligibility criteria outlined above. Successful candidates can expect to be contacted in late 2023.
If you have any queries about Academic Achievement Awards, you can get in touch with us at [email protected].