These pages provide comprehensive information about tuition fees and funding for prospective UK and EU students.
We will outline:
- The tuition fees for your course;
- Any financial support which might be available from the Government;
- Any funding, such as scholarships, which might be available from Edge Hill University;
- How to apply for student finance.
The financial support you might be eligible to receive varies depending on your choice of programme, whether you are studying full-time or part-time, and your individual circumstances.
Choose from the links below to access the relevant Money Matters 2019/20 guide for your course and mode of study.
Money Matters: Academic Year 2019/20 Entry
Money Matters: Academic Year 2020/21 Entry
Money Matters guides for academic year 2020/21 entry will be available from this page later this year.
Tuition fees for most other courses, as well as financial support arrangements for all programmes, are still to be announced by the Government for academic year 2020/21.
The University offers a range of scholarships which celebrate determination, commitment and achievement in a variety of areas. These include academic excellence, celebrating success outside your studies, overcoming adversity and helping and inspiring others.
Some scholarships have a competitive application or nomination process while others are awarded automatically.
Student Opportunity Fund
If you are an undergraduate or PGCE student at Edge Hill University, you can apply for up to £2,000 to support an idea for a career-enhancing project, initiative or activity that will enrich your student experience through the Student Opportunity Fund.
Students have benefited from financial support for developing software, staging performances in professional venues, showcasing creative work to future employers, presenting at academic and professional conferences, and travel to work-related placements.
If you have an idea for your own activity, you can find out more about the Student Opportunity Fund at www.edgehill.ac.uk/itstartswithyou.
University Finances Explained
The money the University has to use comes from a range of sources, including tuition fees, grants and money from things like accommodation and catering.