Although you are currently unable to visit our campus, we want to make sure that you are still able to discover what Edge Hill University has to offer and get answers to all of your questions.
Our 2020 summer residentials are going virtual. You will focus on one subject area during a series of academic workshops, ensuring you gain an insight into what studying a degree in your preferred subject area would be like.
You will also be able to interact with other students who are interested in joining a degree in your subject area, work with student guides, and receive advice on completing a UCAS application.
Dates and Subjects
Two fully-funded residentials are taking place in Summer 2020. The relevant date will depend on your preferred subject.
Monday 27 July 2020 – Thursday 30 July 2020
- Subjects available (depending on minimum numbers): Animation; Applied Health and Social Care; Business (includes Accountancy, Advertising, Economics, Management and Marketing); Creative Media; Dance; Drama; Film and TV Production; Music Production; Musical Theatre; Professional Health; Social Sciences; Sport and Physical Activity;
- How to apply: Apply online at ehu.ac.uk/residentialweek1. As part of the application process, you will need to provide the name and email address of a referee from your school or college.
Monday 3 August 2020 – Thursday 6 August 2020
- Subjects available (depending on minimum numbers): Biology; Computer Science; Creative Writing; English Language; English Literature; Geography; Geology; History; Law, Criminology and Policing; Politics; Teaching and Education.
- How to apply: Apply online at ehu.ac.uk/residentialweek2. As part of the application process, you will need to provide the name and email address of a referee from your school or college.
Year 12 Residential Gallery
It has definitely made Edge Hill stand out from other universities.
I now feel that I know so much more about university, in particular the different assignments and assessment there will be.
The academic sessions taught me how to work in a team and I enjoyed meeting new people.
I came here very nervous and not knowing anyone but I put myself out there and just thought what is there to lose!
The academic sessions were a step up from A Level but I was able to cope with them and they weren’t as hard as I thought they might be.
I wanted to see what it would be like to live away from home, as well as to experience studying Law.
Further information, including a subject-by-subject guide to what you will study during the academic workshops, is available at www.edgehill.ac.uk/residentialsubjects.
If you have any queries about the Year 12 Residentials, you can also email us at email@example.com.