We’re here to support you from enrolment to graduation and beyond. That’s why we’ve put together a guide on making your money go further. Discover discounts, support, and financial advice to help you thrive during your time at Edge Hill University.
Estimated living costs 2023/24 for undergraduate students
Note: Average costs are taken from research conducted by Save the Student and are intended as a guide only.
If you require a visa before coming to the UK, you are required to pay a 50% minimum of tuition fees prior to a Confirmation of Acceptance of Study (CAS) being issued. Tuition fees and financial support information can be found on our international student finance pages.
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Funding university study
Find out more about tuition fees, loans, grants, bursaries and scholarships. Select the relevant Money Matters guide below for information specific to you.Full-time undergraduate 2023/24 entry medicine students Full-time undergraduate 2023/24 entry students (excluding Medicine) Part-time undergraduate 2023/24 entry students PGCE and PGDE 2023/24 entry students Postgraduate 2023/24 entry students
According to Department of Education, graduates earn 30% more on average than non-graduates. This is good news if you’re an Edge Hill student, as 95.6% of our students are employed or in further study 15 months after graduating (Graduate Outcomes data released 2023 from 2012/21 graduates).
Managing your money at university
Student jobs and careers
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