Applying Through UCAS Postgraduate

Six students chat while sat round a large desk in a seminar room with a panoramic view of the western side of the campus.If you are a prospective postgraduate student and want to study a taught Masters degree or Masters by Research (MRes) degree offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences or Graduate School you will need to apply through UCAS Postgraduate.

You will also need to apply through UCAS Postgraduate if you wish to study on the Faculty of Health and Social Care’s MSc Applied Clinical Nutrition, MSc Public Health Nutrition, MSc Nursing pathways, MA Social Work or the Faculty of Education’s MA Educational Enquiry and Professional Learning. There is a separate, bespoke application process for MSc Physician Associate Studies.

UCAS Postgraduate replaces UKPASS in providing a simple and efficient online application process for prospective postgraduate students.

How to Apply

Three students chat and drink coffee while sat on sofas in the Hub.Applications are made online at

To start the application process, you will need to register with UCAS Postgraduate and choose a password and select a security question. The system will then generate a username which you will need in order to login to your application.

The process to complete the online application form requires you to detail your employment history, qualifications and personal details, then complete a personal statement. Once completed and submitted, your application will be sent to us for consideration. There is no fee to apply to Edge Hill University via UCAS Postgraduate.


You will need to apply through UCAS Postgraduate, using the relevant course code, if you want to study on any of the following programmes:

Although there isn’t a deadline for applications through UCAS Postgraduate, you are advised to apply as early as possible.

Further Information

For more details about the application process or to apply for a course, visit