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You’ve read the prospectuses and websites, been to the open days, and made your shortlist. Now you know Edge Hill is the place for you. It’s time to make your UCAS university application count.

If you want to study a full-time undergraduate degree, full-time integrated master’s degree, full-time foundation degree or MSc Physician Associate Studies at Edge Hill University, you will need to apply through UCAS. On this page, we will guide you through the process and be a helping hand when you need us.

This video will run you through the basic steps of getting your application off the ground.


Make your application

You can apply online from September for entry in the following year. Applications for medicine programmes are submitted in mid October. The closing date for UK and EU applications for all courses excluding Medicine is typically the last Wednesday in January.


Accept your offer

Depending on the course you have applied for, you will typically start to receive your offers from late autumn to early spring. You will be able to add your Firm and Insurance choices at this time. You may receive an invitation for an offer holder day to help you along the way in making your choices.


Receiving your results

A Level results day is on 15 August 2024. During this time, our team will be on hand to guide you through the next steps. Whether you had us as your Firm or Insurance choice, or applied somewhere else, we will be here to help. This will the time to consider Clearing if applicable.

Making your application

You can apply online for up to five courses. The institution code for Edge Hill University is E42.

Our tips for a great application

How your application is submitted will vary depending on your circumstances.

Are you studying at a school or college registered with UCAS?
Are you an independent applicant living in the UK?
Are you an international applicant from outside the UK?
Find a step-by-step guide to filling in your application

Getting your offers

The time has come for you to see what University offers you have received. You can do this by tracking the progress of your application at

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If your application is successful, you may receive a:

  • conditional offer
  • unconditional offer, or
  • an invite to attend an interview or audition.

For unconditional offers, you can select them to confirm your place. If offers are conditional on exam results or other requirements, you will need to pick a Firm Acceptance and Insurance Acceptance. Your Firm Acceptance will be your first choice of where you want to study while your Insurance Acceptance will be your reserve choice.

Offer holder days

Once you receive an offer from us, you’ll be invited to come to an offer holder day on our campus. This will help you to learn more about the student experience here at Edge Hill, ask any questions you may have and delve into your chosen course in more detail. We usually organise these events between the end of January and April.

Discover more about our offer holder days

UCAS Extra

If you do not receive an offer of a place or you wish to decline any offers received, you can add an extra choice through UCAS Extra. This opens between 28 February and 4 July 2024.

Find further information about making sense of your offers and replying to them on the UCAS website

Receiving your results

A Level Results Day is on 15 August 2024.

Our guide to Clearing talks you through what to expect when you receive your results. We are here to help, whether you have:

  • made us your Firm or Insurance choice
  • applied elsewhere but now wish to study with us, or
  • haven’t submitted an application through UCAS to any university yet.

If you meet or exceed your offer conditions or don’t quite get the grades you need, our expert Clearing advisers will be available to chat through your options.

Find out more about Clearing and receiving your results

Get in touch

We understand that’s a lot of information to take in. If you have any questions or just want to talk it through with us, we are here to help.