How to Apply

If you want to study at Edge Hill University, the application process will vary depending on your choice of course and whether you want to study on a full-time or part-time basis.

Three students chat while sitting on a bench in a courtyard outside the Main Building. One student is reading and another making notes.To study a full-time undergraduate degree, you will need to apply through the University Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Applications for part-time undergraduate study should be made directly to Edge Hill University.

Entry criteria for our degree programmes are typically expressed in UCAS Tariff points, although additional criteria may apply to selected courses. If you’re applying for an undergraduate degree, our guide to the Entry Requirements explains how to achieve the required number of UCAS Tariff points.

To join a PGCE, you must apply through UCAS Teacher Training.

You will need to apply through UCAS Postgraduate for most taught Masters degrees and research degrees starting in academic year 2019/20. With effect from September 2020 entry, you will need to apply directly to Edge Hill University for postgraduate courses (excluding PGCEs) and part-time undergraduate programmes.

Applying Through UCAS

Applying Through UCAS Teacher Training

Applying Through UCAS Postgraduate

  • Two students talk while sat by a computer screen in the Catalyst building.Applying to join a taught Masters degree (LLM/MA/MSc), Masters by Research (MRes) programme, an MBA award, Professional Doctorate or PhD, excluding some professional development courses, in academic year 2019/20?
  • You should apply through UCAS Postgraduate at www.ucas.com/postgraduate for courses starting in academic year 2019/20;
  • The programmes that currently recruit via UCAS Postgraduate will require you to apply directly to Edge Hill University for September 2020 entry and subsequent intake dates;
  • Our guide to UCAS Postgraduate talks you through the application process.

Applying Directly to Edge Hill University

  • A student works at a computer while wearing earphones in the Catalyst building.Applying to join a postgraduate course (excluding PGCEs), part-time  undergraduate degree (BA/BSc/LLB), part-time foundation degree (FdA/FdSc), Fastrack course, a conversion (top-up) degree or Subject Knowledge Enhancement course?
  • You should apply directly to Edge Hill University for September 2020 entry and subsequent intake dates. For many courses, this will involve an online application, although for some programmes you will need to download and complete an application form. A small number of courses require you to submit a CV instead;
  • Our guide to Applying Directly to Edge Hill University talks you through the application process;
  • You can also refer to the course information for your choice of programme in order to access the relevant application form for your preferred intake date and mode of study.

International Students

A student points at her screen while typing at a computer.International students can typically apply either by downloading and submitting the relevant application form, applying online via UCAS, UCAS Teacher Training or our own online application system, or via one of our agents or partners.

The exact choice of options available in how to apply will vary depending on whether you want to study an undergraduate degree, PGCE, taught Masters degree, research degree, or an English language development programme or pre-sessional English course.

For further details about how prospective international students can apply to study at Edge Hill University, as well as information about what to do after submitting your application, please visit our International website at www.edgehill.ac.uk/applyinternational.

Please note, unfortunately we are not currently able to accept applications from international students for pre-registration programmes in nursing, midwifery, operating department practice or paramedic practice, as well as dual awards in nursing & social work.