These pages provide comprehensive information for UK and EU students about tuition fees, financial support and scholarships for Edge Hill University’s undergraduate programmes.
We will tell you how much your course will cost, outline the financial support which may be available, and explain how to apply for student funding.
Information for overseas students is available on our International Office website.
The financial support you are entitled to apply for from the Government 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 Money Matters guide for your course, mode of study and academic year of entry.
Undergraduate Degree Students
Excludes students joining pre-registration Nursing, Midwifery and Operating Department Practice degrees. Includes BA (Hons) Social Work students and MComp (Hons) Integrated Masters degree students.
Pre-Registration Nursing, Midwifery and Operating Department Practice Students
Excludes DipHE Paramedic Practice and BA (Hons) Social Work students.
Paramedic Practice Students
- Starting 2016/17: Full Time
Foundation Degree Students
Conversion Degree Students
Edge Hill University offers a range of scholarships that reward excellent students.
Some scholarships have a competitive application process, while others are allocated automatically to eligible students or awarded based on nominations.
Although some of our scholarships recognise academic achievement, many have nothing to do with your exam results or degree subject.
If you are proud of something you have done and can demonstrate determination, commitment and achievement outside of your studies, then we want to hear from you.
For comprehensive information about all of our scholarships, to check your eligibility and to meet previous winners, visit www.edgehill.ac.uk/scholarships.
For information about tuition fees and financial support for postgraduate students, including PGCEs, visit www.edgehill.ac.uk/postgradfees.