Edge Hill University Fees
Edge Hill University Fees
Paying Your Fees
If you are a self-funding student, you can pay your tuition fees in two ways:
You can set up a secure payment, using either of these methods, through the University Website https://payments.edgehill.ac.uk/fees .
Please note, you will need to enter the Student ID and Date of Birth to make a payment.
This payment method is also available to International Students who wish to pay in £ sterling.
However, if you would like to pay your Tuition Fees in your home currency (at no extra cost), please visit our Western Union Information page.
Choosing to study in a foreign country is a big decision. One of the biggest factors is financing the move – how much it will cost, how much you will need and what you will need to spend it on. Our International Tuition Fees for academic years 2016/17 and 2017/18 are as follows:
|Level||Cost Per Year (2016/17)||Cost Per Year (2017/18)|
|Pre Sessional (6 weeks, IELTS 5.5 or equivalent)||£1,500||£1,550|
|Pre Sessional (12 weeks, IELTS 5.0 or equivalent)||£3,000||£3,100|
|Pre Sessional (12 weeks, IELTS 6.0 or equivalent)**||£3,000||£3,100|
|** for courses where entry requires IELTS 7.0 or equivalent|
|International Foundation Programme||£8,250||£8,425|
|Undergraduate Programmes (BA/BSc/LLB/Integrated Master)||£11,350||£11,575|
We have a number of very competitive scholarship packages for International students to help with the cost of studying in the UK.
A 50% deposit is payable before a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) can be issued for students requiring a visa to study in the UK. You will pay the same fee each following year of your course.
If you are interested in studying at Edge Hill University for a semester or one year, please contact your Study Abroad office for information on our inclusive fee packages. Alternatively you can email our Study Abroad Co-ordinator email@example.com
Tuition Fee Classification
How much you pay in tuition fees is determined by your country of origin. In order to be classed as a ‘home’ student for tuition fee purposes, you must:
- Be settled in the UK or a European Union (EU) country on the date your course starts (‘settled’ is defined as being able to live in the UK/EU without restriction); and:
- Have been ordinarily resident in the UK/EU for the full three-year period immediately before the course begins; and:
- Not have been resident in the UK/EU wholly or mainly for the purposes of receiving full-time education for any part of that three-year period.
Applicants granted refugee status or exceptional leave to remain as a result of an application for asylum to the UK government, also qualify to pay the ‘home’ rate of tuition fee.