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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
For full details, visit the on the UKCISA website.
Tuition fees for Home/EU students can be found in the prospectus:
Tuition Fee Policy Statement
To view the Tuition Fees Policy Statement please click here