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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.

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 2020/21 graduates). 

International students

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.

Discover how much things will cost in your local currency with this handy currency converter.

Managing your money at university

Student jobs and careers

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.

Money matters guides 2024/25

Money matters guides 2023/24

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