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Finance shouldn’t be a barrier to success. That’s why Edge Hill has a range of funding opportunities available to both current and prospective postgraduate students. Some of these include:
Excellence Scholarships are awarded to prospective students who demonstrate determination, commitment and achievement outside of their studies, for instance in creative, enterprise, performance or volunteering, worth up to £2,000. Sports Scholarships celebrate talent and achievement in sport offering up to £1,000 per academic year to enhance sporting performance.
Student Opportunity Fund
If students have an innovative idea that will develop their transferable skills and boost their employability, the Student Opportunity Fund offers up to £2,000 to help make it happen.
Department for Education Bursaries
Students who aspire to teach computer science or mathematics at a secondary level may be eligible for a generous teacher training bursary worth up to £24,000. Students studying a PGCE in Secondary Geography may receive £15,000, and £10,000 is available for Secondary Science (Biology) PGCE students.
Research degree students have the opportunity to study for a fully funded MRes or doctorate while gaining valuable teaching experience by successfully applying for a Graduate Teaching Assistant studentship.
Tuition fees for postgraduate study vary depending on the qualification and faculty delivering the programme.
Full-time UK students per year: £4,625 - £7,000(MA/MSc); £12,000 (MBA); £2,340 (PGCert); £9,250 (PGCE); £4,400 - £7,000 (LLM/MRes); £4,700 (PhD)
MSc Midwifery, PGDip Nursing, MSc Physician Associate and MSc Nursing Pathways are all £9,250 per annum. Professional Doctorates are available on a part-time basis at £2,820
International Students per year: £13,500 (PGCE/MA/MSc/MRes/LLM); £14,500 (MBA); £14,000 (PhD)
Returning graduates of Edge Hill University may be eligible for a tuition fee discount between 20% and 50% depending on the programme of study. For a full breakdown of fees visit the website.
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