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International Prospectus 2020


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Contents Why Study at Edge Hill University?

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The North West

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Ormskirk

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The Campus

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Facilities and Resources

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Accommodation

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The Student Experience

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Fees and Funding

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Scholarships

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Living Costs

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International Alumni

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English Language Requirements

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English Language Courses

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Undergraduate Course Entry Guide

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Postgraduate Course Entry Guide

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How to Apply

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Immigration Matters

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Connect With Us

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Why Study at Edge Hill University? A beautiful campus, award-winning teaching and student support, high levels of graduate employability, the best university accommodation in the North West1‌ Why wouldn’t you want to study here?


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Excellent teaching Edge Hill is ranked Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), the government’s evaluation of excellence in teaching, learning and outcomes. Our Gold ranking means that teaching at Edge Hill University is “of the highest quality found in the UK”2. Nestled in the historic market town of Ormskirk in North West England, Edge Hill University’s beautiful campus is just 30 minutes outside Liverpool and 40 minutes from Manchester. You can live on our campus alongside 11,000 full-time undergraduate students in a diverse student community. Enjoy learning and living in a beautiful, tree-filled environment with lakes and a wide range of modern and historic academic buildings. Edge Hill is the ideal environment for international students who want to immerse themselves in UK learning and culture in a welcoming and stimulating environment. 1

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Accommodation on Campus

11,000 full-time Undergraduate students

1,000 full-time Postgraduate students

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Manchester

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London

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Liverpool Pier Head

Media City, Salford

St George’s Hall, Liverpool

Another Place, Crosby Beach


Edge Hill students have the advantages that only a campus university can offer, combined with easy access to stunning cities and some of Britain’s best countryside.

Mersey Ferry

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Liverpool, ranked in the top three places to visit in the world (Rough Guide 2014), is just a 30-minute train journey from Ormskirk. Also in easy reach is Manchester, the North West coastline, the Lake District and more. Liverpool: World Heritage city, birthplace of the Beatles, vibrant centre of music and culture Manchester: cultural hotspot, leading galleries and festivals, famous gay village

The Imperial War Museum, Manchester

The North West: home of the world’s most famous football teams, iconic seaside resorts, driver of the ‘northern renaissance’. Formby Beach

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Edge Hill University is close to the thriving market town of Ormskirk which has national train and bus connections, lively nightlife, and a busy high street with shops, banks, cafĂŠs and supermarkets. The town centre is a ten-minute walk or two minute free shuttle bus journey from the campus.

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Safest Campus in the North West of England (Complete University Guide 2018)

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The campus is lovely. You are based on a friendly and welcoming campus but are close to a town and a big city. It’s the best of both worlds.


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Located in the heart of the North West, our award-winning campus offers some of the best facilities in higher education.

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The Campus


With learning, academic, living, social and sporting facilities all on one 160-acre campus you'll find everything you need in easy reach.

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Our Beautiful Campus

You will also have access to some of the UK’s most vibrant cities and stunning areas of natural beauty through excellent transport links. Our campus is one of the safest in the country and has been developed to eco-friendly and sustainable standards, providing an environment that can be enjoyed by all our students.

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Voted one of the best campuses in the UK (Studentcrowd 2018)

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The campus and the facilities are constantly evolving and students have a great learning environment in which to study.


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Industry-standard resources and cutting-edge technology, complemented by 60 acres of sport and leisure facilities and a diverse arts and culture programme, ensure a rewarding student experience.

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Facilities and Resources


Campus Learning Spaces Our campus is designed around you, the student. You have access to spaces and facilities for your individual learning, working with your peers on projects, or simply relaxing and socialising.

The Catalyst building offers a broad range of work environments from informal spaces for collaborative working to individual workspaces including bookable group rooms with presentation facilities, as well as workshops and training rooms. Wi-Fi is available across the campus and computers are available in all subject buildings, 24/7 in some areas.


The University Library, housed in the Catalyst building, gives access to books, e-resources and multimedia, and is open 24/7 during the academic year. In addition you can access PCs, laptops, software and assistive technologies. There are extensive social learning areas and study spaces in Catalyst. You will find resources, equipment and support to ensure you meet your full potential. We provide mobile help and support which includes a 24/7 live chat facility. UniSkills is a package of workshops, hands-on support and online resources created to help you develop a range of essential academic skills and to enable you to produce high quality university assignments. i

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Sport and Fitness Facilities Major investment of over ÂŁ30million has created a fantastic sports environment through high quality, well-equipped indoor and outdoor facilities. Indoor sport and fitness facilities: - 25m 6-lane swimming pool - Sauna and steam room - 80-station fitness suite - Aerobics studio - 8-court double sports hall - Three additional 4-court sports halls - CafĂŠ Outdoor facilities: - Five grass pitches for football and rugby - 8-lane competition athletics track - 3G pitch for football and rugby - Astroturf hockey pitch - Three 3G 6-a-side pitches - Tennis courts - 2.5K fitness trail - Outdoor basketball nets - Outdoor table tennis


Whichever subject you choose to study, you will be taught in a modern, inspiring learning environment with access to some of the best teaching and learning resources in higher education. From our TV studio to our fully operational theatres, our sports therapy clinic to our clinical skills and simulation centre and from our Virtual Reality CAVE to our extensive laboratories. We can provide you with the very best realistic working environments in which to enhance and develop your skills.

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Subject Specific Facilities


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Graduates Court (Halls of Residence)

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Arts Centre (incorporating Rose Theatre)

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Faculty of Education (Lakeside)

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Performing Arts

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Faculty of Health and Social Care

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Health and Wellbeing Centre (Milton House)

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Lake

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Tech Hub

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Founders Court (Halls of Residence)

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Biosciences

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Medical School

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Business School

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Faculty of Education (Piazza)

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Sports Hall

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Psychology, Law and Language Centre

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Back Halls (Halls of Residence)

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Geosciences

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Student Hub


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Campus Map

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SU Bar, Venue night club and Subway

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Creative Edge

Wilson Centre

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Chancellors Court (Halls of Residence)

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Palatine Court (Halls of Residence)

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Chancellors South (Halls of Residence)

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Forest Court (Halls of Residence)

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Beach

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Durning Centre

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Lake

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Students’ Union Shop

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The Sports Centre

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Catalyst (Library, Student Services and Careers)

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Running Track

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Woodland Court (Halls of Residence)

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Edge Hill University has the Best Student Accommodation in the UK and Ireland and is the Best Value for Money 2018. Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2018

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Keep your door open and say hi to everyone. Before you know it you’ve met 16 new friends on the first day.


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Edge Hill University offers an inspiring campus environment, with 24-hour security. New students in particular appreciate the supportive, sociable and welcoming atmosphere that life in halls of residence offers.

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Accommodation


Halls of Residence Our on-campus halls of residence provide nearly 2,500 single study bedrooms. As a campus-based university you’ll find that everything you need is within a few minutes’ walk, including academic buildings, lecture theatres, seminar rooms, specialist facilities, the University Library, IT resources, cafés and restaurants, shops, launderette, and our on-campus sports centre, theatres and cinema. Contracts for halls of residence are for 40 weeks and students are not required to move out at Christmas or Easter. Our accommodation offers exceptional value and a range of living environments. Free wireless internet access is available in all halls of residence and across the campus. All new students can enjoy four weeks of free trial access to Edge Hill Sport before deciding whether to take up one of the low-cost membership packages. This includes use of the Fitness Suite, exercise classes, swimming pool, sauna, and steam rooms, badminton courts, tennis courts and running track.


Edge Hill currently has 12 rooms adapted for disabled students, but sometimes demand exceeds the number of rooms available. Please indicate any additional needs you may have on your accommodation application form and we will do our best to meet your needs.

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If you want to discuss your specific requirements for an adapted room or any care support needs owing to a physical or sensory impairment, then contact our Inclusion Team on +44 (0)1695 584190 or inclusionteam@edgehill.ac.uk in confidence. Early contact is recommended.


Choosing Your Accommodation All types of accommodation can be viewed on our website at: ehu.ac.uk/accommodation.

Location

Meals Plan

No. of Rooms

Cost (pw)

Bathroom

Palatine Court Chancellors Court Chancellors South Founders East

Self-Catering

1209

£130

En suite

Founders West Graduates Court

Self-Catering

377

£125

En suite

Main Halls

Self-Catering

180

£105

En suite

£115

Shared bathroom, showers and toilets

Catered

Forest Court

Self-Catering

142

£105

En suite

Forest Court

Self-Catering

151

£79

Shared bathroom, showers and toilets

Back Halls

Self-Catering

163

£79

Shared bathroom, showers and toilets

Woodland Court

Self-Catering

262

£125 £130*

En suite

*Dependent on number of rooms in flat


All contracts are for 40 weeks Communal areas, bathrooms and kitchens cleaned daily, Monday to Friday Central laundry facilities 24-hour security 5% discount applied if paid in full before key collection Facilities in shared kitchens include fridge, freezer, cooker, microwave, kettle, iron, ironing board and toaster.

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Room Facilities Single bed, desk and chair, wardrobe, drawers and bedside storage, flatscreen (can be enabled to receive Freeview for TV Licence holders), free WiFi, wired internet connection available, mini fridge and communal dining area. - Adapted rooms available - 32” LCD Freeview TV in kitchen

Single bed, desk and chair, wardrobe, drawers and bedside storage, flatscreen (can be enabled to receive Freeview for TV Licence holders), free WiFi, wired internet connection available, mini fridge and communal dining area. - Adapted rooms available - 32” LCD Freeview TV in kitchen

Single bed, desk and chair, wardrobe, drawers and bedside storage, free WiFi. - Catered residents will be provided with a Unicard, automatically loaded with a cash value each week, which can be used to purchase food and drink from any of the eight catering outlets on campus.

Single bed, desk and chair, wardrobe, drawers and bedside storage, en suite shower rooms, free WiFi and communal dining area. - Adapted rooms available

Single bed, desk and chair, wardrobe, drawers and bedside storage, wash basin in room, free WiFi and communal dining area.

- Adapted rooms available in Lady Openshaw

Single bed, desk and chair, wardrobe, drawers and bedside storage, flatscreen (can be enabled to receive Freeview for TV Licence holders), free WiFi, wired internet connection available, mini fridge and communal dining area. - 32” LCD Freeview TV in kitchen - For third year students only

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How to Apply for Accommodation Once you have accepted your place at Edge Hill University you will be sent details of how to apply for on campus accommodation. All International students are guaranteed on campus accommodation for the duration of their studies if they apply before 31st July 2020. You will be required to make a deposit payment towards your accommodation of ÂŁ1,000. NB: For Tier 4 students this money will be taken into consideration as part of your maintenance funds when submitting your Visa application to the UKVI and will be noted on your CAS

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The student experience at Edge Hill University has been recognised as the best in the North West by the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017.

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I visited Edge Hill while at high school and could never forget it. It was all on one campus, great not only for nights out and friends, but also on the academic side, learning from lecturers with industry experience.


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There’s plenty to keep you busy around campus, with a variety of places to eat and drink, £60million of sport and leisure facilities, over 70 clubs and societies, live theatre and film screenings as well as themed bar and club nights, quizzes and karaoke.

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The Student Experience


Entertainment and Culture We offer you a wealth of opportunities to experience arts and culture on campus and beyond. The Arts Centre is a hub of cultural activity at the University and our year-round programme features high profile comedy, music and performance, cutting-edge professional theatre and dance, as well as a diverse programme of films including National Theatre and RSC Live productions. Every student can join The Arts Centre membership scheme for free and this brings benefits including free tickets throughout the year. Leading figures from the arts and creative industries, science and politics are regular visitors to the campus, delivering talks and events that are free to students. The University has also developed strong and ongoing partnerships with theatres, galleries and festivals in the North West, and you will enjoy being able to access a whole host of cultural experiences.


Edge Hill University offers 60 acres of outstanding sport and leisure facilities and provides a focus for all sports, fitness and leisure activities on campus, regardless of your sporting motivations. Whether you are an elite athlete training for international competition, want to compete in the University sports clubs regionally and nationally in the British Universities and College Sport (BUCS) leagues; play recreational sport for fun or just want to keep fit and healthy, you will have the opportunity to participate in sport and recreation at every level. The Campus Sport programme offers both competitive leagues and introductory activities and our extensive fitness programme covers everything from yoga to Pilates, to high impact, intense aerobic sessions. There are also opportunities to gain employment skills within the Campus Sport volunteering programme, some in a paid capacity. Every new student will be able to take advantage of four weeks of free trial access to Edge Hill Sport including the Fitness Suite, exercise classes, swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms, badminton courts, tennis courts and running track. After the trial period ends, students have a choice of low-cost membership packages available to choose from.

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Students’ Union Everything we do at Edge Hill Students’ Union is shaped by our students, and you will automatically become a member when you enrol at the University. Our mission is to ensure Edge Hill voices are heard, valued and acted upon, and our vision is to create the best student experience we can. To achieve this, we seek out your ideas, thoughts, and feedback, and develop campaigns to highlight the issues important to our students, creating positive outcomes. Every year our students elect a team of Sabbatical Officers to represent the student voice on University committees and boards, and to run campaigns and events, supported by professional staff and part-time elected officers. Over the past few years, Edge Hill Students’ Union has grown rapidly, and offers some crucial services for Edge Hill Students.

Advice and Representation Our Advice Centre offers support and guidance in areas such as academic issues, welfare benefits, housing, money and debt. We are independent from the University and our advice is impartial, confidential and free to students. Student Reps are also an integral part of democracy and representation, ensuring all students’ voices are heard, at course or faculty level and can offer an opportunity to enhance your employability and transferable skills.

SU Bar, VENUE, SU Shop and SUBWAY We organise a calendar of events throughout the year, including Welcome Week activities. Our GIVE IT A GO! booklet, issued termly, lists all the things happening around campus, from Crafternoons and breakfast raves, to vintage clothing sales and Bongo’s Bingo as well as talks, workshops and personal development courses. We host weekly events in the SU Bar and VENUE, our nightclub. The SU Bar serves fresh food cooked to order and we also run a takeaway service and SUBWAY™ is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Official Edge Hill merchandise and clothing can be bought in the SU Shop, along with your NUS Totum card featuring local and national discounts. We sell student essentials, including stationery, make-up and health foods, and a range of gluten-free, halal, vegan and veggie food. Both the SU Bar and the SU Shop accept ‘Yoyo Wallet’ payments, an EHSU payment app which allows you to build up loyalty points to exchange for free goods. f: edgehillsu t: edgehillsu i: edgehillsu s: edgehillsu

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Clubs and societies are a brilliant way to make friends and learn new skills. Edge Hill Students’ Union has a range of sports and societies that you can join, with new ones starting all the time. To join a group, or even start your own, the SU can offer support and guidance, helping you make the most of your student experience. Currently our student-led groups offer activities in the following areas: - Sports clubs and societies, offering the opportunity to participate and compete, both regionally and nationally - Academic societies that cover a wide range of subjects, offering co-curricular activities and networking - Liberation groups, promoting equality and diversity on campus and beyond - Performance groups spanning a variety of dance, music and drama genres, offering practical and exciting opportunities for anyone who likes the limelight - Politics, campaigning and activism societies, allowing you to make your voice heard and make a difference locally, nationally and globally - Hobbies and interest groups, spanning a variety of well-known fandoms to games and activities, allowing you the chance to pick up new skills and meet like-minded people - Faith and culture societies, giving you the opportunity to explore your faith and the diverse and rich cultures of students at Edge Hill University For a list of current student-led groups, please visit edgehillsu.org,uk.

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Making you more Employable Employability is built into everything we do. Many of our programmes lead to a professional qualification, accreditation or endorsement. We have partnerships with organisations in sectors including business, education, health, social care, sport, media and the creative industries, all of which create valuable experiences for students such as work placements, visiting industry speakers and real-world projects. Students also undertake projects for local and national companies, working on live briefs and delivering solutions to real problems. Many staff have professional experience in their field.

Part-time Jobs Earn extra cash and gain essential transferable skills alongside your studies. Our Careers team is here to help you find part-time work, either on-campus or in the local area.

Volunteering Volunteering helps you develop skills, enhance your resume and make friends. Our Volunteering Advisors will help you every step of the way, enabling you to prepare for your future career. The opportunities you are able to access may depend on the type of Visa you hold. Facebook.com/EHUCareers

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The International Office will be your first point of contact for support whilst living and studying at Edge Hill University. EHU’s Student Services, your academic department and the University Library are also here to support you. Our Student Services Help Desk will supply you with as much information as you need to help your student life run smoothly. Along with your Personal Tutor, Student Services will assist with any queries and concerns and can tell you where to get further help and advice on issues such as: -

Accommodation Finance Health and wellbeing Counselling Multi-faith chaplaincy Services for students with specific learning difficulties - Care leavers

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Global friends Do you want to meet current Edge Hill University students? Make new friends? Help your integration into UK university life? Get essential information about Edge Hill and the local area before you arrive? If you answered yes to the questions above then you should apply for the Global Friends scheme! Incoming international students are put in contact with a current student who will answer any questions you have before you arrive in the UK. Once you arrive, your partner will meet up with you on a regular basis helping you to integrate and meet new UK students. This scheme has been highly successful for previous semesters and applications are accepted on a first come first served basis. If you would like to apply please see our website for details. ehu.ac.uk/international


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Orientation Week, Trips and Events To help you settle in and integrate with ease the International Office organises an International Orientation Week before your studies start. This includes activities such as: - A welcome event to meet other students and staff - A guided tour of the Campus and the local town of Ormskirk - A guided tour of the famous sights and areas of Liverpool - A free coach trip to an area of interest in the UK - Global Friends’ introduction and meal - Welcome to the UK presentation – A Guide to UK University Life - Careers centre presentation about finding a part time job or volunteering

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The International Office also provides a free trip or event for international students each month whilst you are studying here.


Fees and Funding 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 the academic year 2020/21 are as follows: ACADEMIC LEVEL

TOTAL TUITION FEE 2020/21

6 week English Pre-Sessional Course

£326 per week

International Foundation Programme

£12,250 full programme

Undergraduate Programmes (BA, BSc, LLB, Integrated Master)

£12,250 per year

Postgraduate Programmes (MBA/MA/MSc/MRES/PGCE)

£13,250 full programme

PhD/MPhil

£13,750 per year

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Paying Fees and Getting a CAS A deposit of 50% of your tuition fee is required to secure your offer. If you require a visa you can apply for a CAS after this deposit payment. The deposit is fully refundable if your visa is refused. Remaining tuition fees must be paid no later than three months after registration.


Edge Hill University has a range of scholarships on offer to international students. All full fee-paying international students applying for a course lasting at least one academic year will be considered for a scholarship. By applying for a course, an application for a scholarship will automatically be made, with one of the following scholarships awarded once criteria are met. SCHOLARSHIP NAME

AMOUNT AWARDED

International Foundation onto Undergraduate Degree Special Financial Package

Up to £5,175 (£1,200 for International Foundation Programme plus £3,975 for Undergraduate)

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TUITION FEES WITH SCHOLARSHIP APPLIED International Foundation: from £11,050 First year Undergraduate: from £8,275

Undergraduate Development Scholarship

Up to £1,200

From £11,050

Postgraduate Excellence Scholarship

Up to £3,800

from £9,450

Postgraduate Excellence Scholarship (returning EHU students)

Up to £3,800 plus 20%* off your tuition fees

from £7,560

PhD Scholarship

Up to £3,800

*to be deducted after the £3,800 scholarship has been applied

Up to £3,800 plus 20%* off PhD Scholarship (returning EHU students) your tuition fees

from £9,950

from £7,960

*to be deducted after the £3,800 scholarship has been applied

Country Scholarship

Contact the International Office for more information

International Achievement Scholarship (Current students only)

Up to £2,000

Up to £10,000

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You can only hold one scholarship at any one time and all scholarship awards are made at the discretion of Edge Hill University. Successful students will be notified of the award in their offer letter.


At Edge Hill, living costs tend to be more affordable than many other places in the UK. The amount you spend on accommodation, food and social expenses will depend on your personal choice and circumstances. However the table below aims to show the estimated costs you can expect whilst living and studying here. Item

Estimated weekly cost

On campus accommodation including utility bills

From £79

Food and toiletries

£50

Books, stationery, printing

£5

Mobile phone

£10

TV licence

£3

Laundry

£5

Pint of milk

£0.50

Loaf of bread

£1

Cinema ticket

£5

Round-trip train to Liverpool

£7.10

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International Alumni What do our past international students have to say?

Amy Mok

Peter Ankomah

Hong Kong BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies

Ghana PhD Computing

“Catalyst (the library) is the place I love the most on campus. It is very spacious for group and individual work. Exploring the Catalyst building has been so much fun. I found many spots which are cozy for studying with fascinating views to the outdoor environment.”

Walking around the campus has been the most relaxing delight ever.

“My experience has been amazing and intellectually stimulating - this has been my best school and campus so far. My department has the only 4K CAVE in the UK, so that means I am at the best university to do my research related to virtual reality.”

My department has been immensely supportive.

Lisa Stambuli Sanctuary Award recipient BSc (Hons) Computing (Networking, Security & Forensics)

“I have received tremendous support from the International Office. I believe that they have helped in maximising my experience at the university through events that have allowed me to network with other students and build friendships.”

Receiving the sanctuary awards has allowed me to accomplish a vital step towards my future.


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“The teachers and the quality of teaching here is amazing. We had the chance to go up to Scotland and study there. It was one of the greatest things I have done.”

I choose Edge Hill because of the amazing looking campus.

Yang Ding China BSc (Hons) Business and Management with Leisure and Tourism

“Studying at Edge Hill is a really fantastic thing! The most pleasurable thing about studying my subject at Edge Hill University is that all the staff here are really professional and helpful.”

Be open-minded and enjoy the experience!

Caleb Patton USA Study Abroad

“I chose Edge Hill Univeristy as it offered an amazing opportunity to expand my knowledge of creative writing. It's also renowned for its faculty and visiting writers/guest speakers that the students are able to interact with on a personal level.”

Staff from the International Office are welcoming, friendly, and always there if you're in need.


For those students whose native language is not English, you will need to provide evidence of a Secure English Language Test (SELT). If your current level of English is lower than our minimum requirement, you may still be offered a place on the course you have applied for with full attendance on our Pre-Sessional English Course.

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English Language Requirements

Our IELTS requirements are as follows: International Foundation Programme

5.0 with no element below 4.0

Undergraduate Programme

6.0 with no element below 5.5

Postgraduate Taught Programmes

6.5 with no element below 6.0

Postgraduate Research Programmes

7.0 with no element below 6.5

Please note that these are minimum requirements only and specific courses may require a higher score.

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We also accept other tests such as Trinity College London Integrated Skills in English (ISE), Pearson Test of Academic English (PTE), Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) and Cambridge English Proficiency (CPE) and Internet- based TOEFL (iBT). Please refer to our website for more information.


English Language Courses International Foundation Programme 1 academic year, full time The International Foundation Programme (IFP) has been specifically developed for International Students who would like to study for an undergraduate degree, but don’t have the relevant qualifications or English language ability, or are returning to study after a break. If you would like to improve your English Language skills and academic ability, or have recently finished your studies in high school (equivalent to British AS-level, or Year 12), then this course will give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to start a degree course.

If the International Foundation Programme is completed successfully, your English Language ability will be at least IELTS 6.0, enabling you to progress to degree study in a wide range of areas, including a guaranteed place on an Edge Hill degree programme.


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Pre-Sessional English Language 6 weeks, full-time

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You will find further information about these programmes, including entry requirements and how to apply, at edgehill.ac.uk/efl.

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The Language Centre at Edge Hill University offers a 6 week Pre-sessional Academic English course. This is an ideal programme of study if you need to improve your academic skills, focus on your target discipline and raise your overall English Language level before you join your main course.


With over 150 degree routes available for study there are opportunities in a variety of subject areas.

Many of our degrees offer professional accreditation or exemptions towards professional awards. The following pages show a full list of our degrees available for International students and the grades expected for entry. These entry requirements are indicative only and do not include all subject specific requirements. Edge Hill University accept a wide range of qualifications from around the world. For entry requirements specific to your country and qualification please visit our website ehu.ac.uk/ientryreqs Comprehensive information about the tariff points from qualifications is available on the UCAS website www.ucas.com A-LEVEL

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE DIPLOMA

BTEC (QCF)

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Extended Diploma

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48

32

128

D*D*D*

168

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40

30

120

D*D*D

160

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32

28

112

D*DD

152

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24

26

104

DDD

144

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16

DDM

128

DMM

112

MMM

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Tariff Points

MMP

80

A

20

MPP

64

B

16

PPP

48

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12

D

10

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Accountancy Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BSc (Hons) Accountancy

N410

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Business and Management with Accounting and Finance

RN12

112

A Level Grade

BBC

Advertising and Marketing Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BSc (Hons) Business and Management with Marketing

RN15

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Marketing

M368

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Marketing with Advertising

N5N6

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Marketing with Digital Communications

N590

112-120 BBC-BBB

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) Animation

W615

112-120 BBC-BBB

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Biosciences Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BSc (Hons) Biology

C100

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

B910

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Biotechnology

B217

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Ecology and Conservation

C180

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Food Science

DD61

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Genetics

SRIV

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Plant Science

CC22

112-120 BBC-BBB

Business and Management Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BSc (Hons) Business and Economics

VT89

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Business and Management

N215

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Business and Management with Accounting and Finance

RN12

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Business and Management with Human Resource Management

RN13

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Business and Management with Leisure and Tourism

RN14

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Business and Management with Logistics and Supply Chain Management

N1J9

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Business and Management with Marketing

RN15

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Business Innovation and Enterprise

B4KZ

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) International Business

GOW3

112

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Children and Young People Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BSc (Hons) Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Wellbeing

BB76

104-112 BCC-BBC

BSc (Hons) Child Health and Wellbeing

L5L1

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Childhood and Youth Studies

L590

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Childhood & Youth Studies and Criminology

XM32

BA (Hons) Childhood & Youth Studies and Sociology

LX33

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Children and Young People’s Learning and Development

XL25

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies

L520

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies and Sociology

LL53

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Teaching, Learning and Child Development

8G77

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Working and Teaching in the Early Years

XX32

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Working with Children 5-11

XX33

104-112 BCC-BBC

112

A Level Grade

BBC

Computing, IT and Web Development Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

MComp Business Information Systems

I1S7

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Computer Engineering

G600

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Computer Science

CS12

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Computer Science and Mathematics

CM17

112-120 BBC-BBB

MComp Computer Security and Networks

8B35

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Computing

G401

112

BBC

MComp Computing

2W11

120

BBB


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I610

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Computing (Networking, Security and Forensics)

I290

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Data Science

GI11

BSc (Hons) Information Technology Management for Business

GN52

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

GH76

120

BBB

MComp Software Application Development

8F77

120

BBB

BSc (Hons) Software Engineering

II33

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Systems Automation

I101

120

BBB

BSc (Hons) Web Design and Development

W4D7

112

BBC

MComp Web Design and Development

W5D7

112-120 BBC-BBB

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy

BC98

104-112 BCC-BBC

BSc (Hons) Critical Approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy

B9C8

104-112 BCC-BBC

112-120 BBC-BBB

Counselling and Psychotherapy A Level Grade


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Creative Writing Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Creative Writing

W800

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Creative Writing and Drama

WW94

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Creative Writing and English Literature

QW38

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Creative Writing and English Literature

WW69

112-120 BBC-BBB

Criminology and Offending Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Childhood & Youth Studies and Criminology

XM32

112

BBC

BA (Hons) Criminology

M900

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Criminology and Law

C5L6

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Criminology and Psychology

C5P3

120

BBB

BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology

ML93

112

BBC

BA (Hons) Politics and Criminology

ML90

BSc (Hons) Psychology and Criminology

P3C5

BSc (Hons) Psychosocial Analysis of Offending Behaviour

C816

112-120 BBC-BBB 120

BBB

104-112 BCC-BBC


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Education Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Education

XX10

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Education and English

QX13

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Education and History

X1V1

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Education and Religion

Vx36

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Education and Sociology

XL33

104-112 BCC-BBC

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) English

Q301

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) English and Film Studies

WQ63

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) English Language

Q140

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) English Language with Creative Writing

Q1W8

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) English Literature

Q200

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) English Literature with Creative Writing

Q2W9

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Creative Writing and English Literature

QW38

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Drama and English Literature

QWH4

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) English Literature and History

QV3D

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Education and English

QX13

104-112 BCC-BBC

English A Level Grade


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Film and Television Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) Film and Television Production

W600

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Film Studies

P303

112-120 BBC-BBB

WW69

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Drama and Film Studies

2D14

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) English and Film Studies

WQ63

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Film Studies with Film Production

P3W6

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Media, Film and Television

P307

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Television Production Management

P311

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Creative Writing and Film Studies

A Level Grade

Geography and Geology Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Geography

L701

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Geography

F801

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Geology with Physical Geography

8T16

112-120 BBC-BBB

BSc (Hons) Physical Geography and Geology

FF68

112-120 BBC-BBB


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Health and Social Care Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BSc (Hons) Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Wellbeing

BB76

104-112 BCC-BBC

BSc (Hons) Child Health and Wellbeing

L5L1

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychotherapy

BC98

104-112 BCC-BBC

BSc (Hons) Critical Approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy

B9C8

104-112 BCC-BBC

BSc (Hons) Global Public Health

BB91

104-112 BCC-BBC

BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care Leadership and Management

L513

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Health and Social Wellbeing

L511

104-112 BCC-BBC

BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Health

B400

104-112 BCC-BBC

BSc (Hons) Psychosocial Analysis of Offending Behaviour

C816

104-112 BCC-BBC

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) History

V101

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) History and Politics

VL12

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Education and History

X1V1

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) English Literature and History

QV3D

112-120 BBC-BBB

History A Level Grade


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Law Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Criminology and Law

C5L6

112-120 BBC-BBB

LLB (Hons) Law

M100

112-120 BBC-BBB

LLB (Hons) Law with Criminology

M1M9

112-120 BBC-BBB

LLB (Hons) Law with Politics

8D36

112-120 BBC-BBB

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) Media, Film and Television

P307

112-120 BBC-BBB

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) Music Production

M235

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Musical Theatre

T279

112

BBC

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Health

B400

104-112 BCC-BBC

Media A Level Grade

Music A Level Grade

Nutrition


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Performing Arts Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Dance

W500

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Dance and Drama

WW54

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Drama

W402

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Creative Writing and Drama

WW94

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Drama and English Literature

QWH4

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Drama and Film Studies

2D14

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Musical Theatre

T279

112

BBC

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Policing

P346

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Professional Policing

PP46

112-120 BBC-BBB

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) History and Politics

VL12

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Politics and Criminology

ML90

112-120 BBC-BBB

BA (Hons) Politics and Sociology

LL32

112-120 BBC-BBB

Policing

Politics A Level Grade


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Psychology Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BSc (Hons) Educational Psychology

C812

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Psychology

C800

120

BBB

BSc (Hons) Psychology and Criminology

P3C5

120

BBB

BA (Hons) Criminology and Psychology

C5P3

120

BBB

BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Psychology

C813

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Psychosocial Analysis of Offending Behaviour

C816

104-112 BCC-BBC

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) Education and Religion

VX36

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Religion

V600

104-112 BCC-BBC

Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Social Work

L500

120

BBB

Religion A Level Grade

Social Work


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Sociology Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

BA (Hons) Sociology

L300

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Childhood & Youth Studies and Sociology

LX33

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Criminology and Sociology

ML93

BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies and Sociology

LL53

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Education and Sociology

XL33

104-112 BCC-BBC

BA (Hons) Politics and Sociology

LL32

112-120 BBC-BBB

112

A Level Grade

BBC

Sport and Physical Activity Course Title

UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Physical Education and School Sport

X390

112

BBC

BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science

C602

112

BBC

MSci Sport and Exercise Science

C612

120

BBB

BA (Hons) Sports Coaching and Development

S5C8

112

BBC

BA (Hons) Sports Development and Management

C6N6

112

BBC

BA (Hons) Sports Management and Coaching

S4M7

BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy

CB63

112

BBC

MSci Sports Therapy

CB64

120

BBB

BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Psychology

C814

112

BBC

112-120 BBC-BBB


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Teacher Training UCAS Code

Tariff Points

A Level Grade

BA (Hons) Early Years Education with QTS

X310

120

BBB

BA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS

0P59

120

BBB

BSc (Hons) Secondary Mathematics Education with QTS

X1GC

112

BBC

BA (Hons) Secondary Religious Education with QTS

XV62

112

BBC

Course Title Early Years and Primary Education

Secondary Education

QTS = Qualified Teacher Status


A diverse and distinct range of taught Masters and Research programmes are delivered for professional development, career change and meeting long term goals.

The following pages show a full list of our Masters degrees available for International students and the grades expected for entry. These entry requirements are indicative only and do not include all subject specific requirements. Our programmes are constantly reviewed and subject to change, please visit our website for the most up to date list of programmes: ehu.ac.uk/postgraduate For country specific entry requirements please visit our website ehu.ac.uk/ientryreqs

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Advertising and Marketing UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

MA Marketing Communications and Branding

P039360

2:2

MBA Business Administration (Marketing)

P048779

2:2

UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

P035881

2:2

Course Title

Biosciences Course Title MSc Conservation Management

Business and Management UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

PGCert Employment, Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Development

P060617

2:1

MBA Business Administration

P039351

2:2

MBA Business Administration (Finance)

P049010

2:2

MBA Business Administration (Human Resource Management)

P048778

2:2

MBA Business Administration (Information Technology)

P051837

2:2

MBA Business Administration (Marketing)

P048779

2:2

MSc Psychology in Business

P060953

2:2

Course Title


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Children and Young People UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

P060408

2:2

UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

MSc Advanced Computer Networking

P060523

2:2

MSc Big Data Analytics

P060386

2:2

PGCert Big Data Analytics

P060589

2:2

MSc Computing

P048939

2:2

MSc Cyber Security

P052286

2:2

MSc Games Programming and Visual Computing

P060524

2:2

MSc Information Security and IT Management

P044007

2:2

MBA Business Administration (Information Technology)

P051837

2:2

UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

P060929

2:1

Course Title MSc Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Wellbeing

Computing, IT and Web Development Course Title

Counselling and Psychotherapy Course Title MSc Psychotherapy and Counselling Contemporary Creative Approaches


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Creative Writing UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

P041338

2:2

Course Title

UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

MA English

P041450

2:2

MA Popular Culture

P047910

2:2

Course Title MA Creative Writing

English

Health and Social Care UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

MSc Applied Management of Offending Behavior

P061117

2:1

MSc Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Wellbeing

P060408

2:2

MSc Psychotherapy and Counselling Contemporary Creative Approaches

P060929

2:1

MSc Public Health Nutrition

P052184

2:1

MMed Medicine

Please enquire

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History UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

MA History and Culture

P041449

2:2

MA Popular Culture

P047910

2:2

UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

P052224

2:2

UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

P052184

2:1

Course Title

Media Course Title MA Film and Media

Nutrition Course Title MSc Public Health Nutrition


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Psychology UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

MSc Psychology (Conversion)

P041349

2:2

MSc Psychology in Business

P060953

2:1

UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

MRes Masters by Research

P060495

2:1

PhD Doctor of Philosophy

P060498

2:1

Professional Doctorate Emergency Services Management

P060500

2:2 & Masters

Course Title

Research Course Title


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Social Work Course Title MA Social Work

UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

P052350

2:1

Sport and Physical Activity UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

P052348

2:1

Course Title

UCAS Code

Degree Clasification

MA TESOL

P052226

2:2

PGCE, various subject areas avaliable

Please Enquire

Course Title MSc Sport, Physical Activity and Mental Health

Teacher Training


Edge Hill is home to a thriving, dynamic research culture and offers a wide range of full-time and part-time research degrees.

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The University performed strongly in the national Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, with all subject areas featuring ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world-leading’ research and research funding subsequently increasing. Staff in all subject areas across the University are engaged in research and there are a number of research institutes which bring together staff from different departments, alongside visiting professors and professionals from external organisations. This range of expertise ensures that research degrees can be pursued in the majority of subjects offered by Edge Hill University. Edge Hill University offers 2 routes to a research degree for international students: Masters by Research (MRes) – full-time 1 year; part-time 1.5 years Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – full-time 3 - 4 years; part-time 4.5 - 6 years. Part-time PhD applications must be approved by the PVC Research prior to interview. Your time will be primarily spent conducting research. You will acquire the knowledge and skills to help you design and conduct your research project, evaluate the research, and disseminate your results. In doing so, you will develop a range of transferable skills which can help you with further research within or outside academia, including critical thinking, project management, time management and presentation.

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How Should I Apply? You can apply direct by downloading the application form from our website; ehu.ac.uk/applynow You will need to include the following: - University transcripts and/or school transcripts and certificates - One academic reference (or in exceptional circumstances a work reference) - English Language certificate (where required) - Copy of a valid passport photo page - Personal statement - If you are applying for one of our MRes or PhD programmes you will also need to attach a full research proposal Return application and documents to: international@edgehill.ac.uk or

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Most international students coming to study at Edge Hill University will need to apply for a Tier 4 student visa. A Tier 4 visa allows international students to study at the educational institution stated on their visa, for the duration of their course with limited working hours.

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Working in the UK Many international students will be able to work part-time whilst studying at Edge Hill. However, even for those that are allowed to work, there are restrictions on the type and the number of hours you can work which will be stated on your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP).

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Our friendly International Office will help support you throughout your application and arrival. Please visit our dedicated webpages for more information. edgehill.ac.uk/international

General enquiries Tel: +44 (0)1695 657122 Email: international@edgehill.ac.uk

Visit us We understand that as an international student it may be difficult for you to visit our campus, but if possible we encourage students to visit our beautiful campus and see our amazing facilities. If you would like to arrange a visit please contact international@edgehill.ac.uk

Visits to your region Staff from Edge Hill University regularly travel overseas to meet students interested in studying with us. To find our schedule of overseas visits, please visit: ehu.ac.uk/international

Official Overseas Representatives Please visit our website to find the contact details of the overseas representatives we work with. ehu.ac.uk/international

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Important Information for Prospective Students Disclaimer We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of our published course information. However, our programmes and courses are subject to ongoing review and development. Changing circumstances may mean we have to alter or cancel programmes or courses. Changes may be necessary to comply with the requirements of professional, regulatory, statutory or accrediting bodies; changes to subject benchmark statements; to keep courses contemporary through updating practices or areas of study; or as a result of feedback from students. We reserve the right to make variations if we consider such action to be necessary or in the best interests of students. You can access the latest information on courses and programmes on our website ehu.ac.uk/undergraduate or ehu.ac.uk/postgraduate

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If your application is successful we will write to you to formally offer you a place. We refer to this as your ‘offer letter’. This is the beginning of the process leading to the start of the contract between you and the University. In the offer letter we will tell you about information which will help you decide whether to accept our offer including: - Any conditions you must meet for your place to be confirmed; - Any action you need to take; - Any deadlines you must meet; and - The terms and conditions which will apply if you accept our offer.

Edge Hill University is committed to, and actively promotes, equal opportunities in every respect. Details of the University’s Equality Scheme can be found at: edgehill.ac.uk/policies

If you decide to accept our offer as firm, then you are entering into a legal contract with the University. You are agreeing to be bound by the contract although some of it will not start to affect you until you begin your course. At enrolment we will remind you of the contract you have entered into with the University and we will ask you to sign a declaration confirming you understand the legal nature of our relationship.

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