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Edge Hill College opened in Liverpool in 1885 as the first non-denominational teacher training college for women.
Edge Hill University offers an extensive range of Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Postgraduate Research studies and Short term programmes,
Edge Hill is home to a thriving, dynamic research culture and offers a wide range of full-time and part-time research degrees.
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.
Enhancing student employability is central to the University strategy. We recognise that a life-long capacity to learn and adapt is key to success for individuals, employers and society as a whole.
The majority of our programmes lead to professional qualification, accreditation or endorsement in addition to an academic award.
Placements, work experience and study abroad are widely available in all Faculties, and our excellent links with employers mean that students have many opportunities to enhance their employability while they study.
The University Library is situated at the heart of the Ormskirk campus. Facilities include:
Edge Hill University now provides an eduroam wireless network across our campuses. With eduroam you can login with any Wi-Fi compatible phone, tablet or laptop to give you secure access to the internet and other Edge Hill online services.
Access essential health and wellbeing services such as a GP practice, an emergency room, and wellbeing advice on how to stop smoking, preventative medicine, sexual health and contraception.
The aims of Edge Hill Sport are to:
An active Students’ Union (SU) is at the heart of the campus, based in the Hub. It is a student-led organisation, run by students for students.
When you join a programme, you will automatically become a member of Edge Hill Students’ Union who are here to help or provide representation if you need support or advice.
The Students’ Union manages over 70 societies which bring a diverse, dynamic and fun variety of student-led activities to the campus.
CheerleadingBeing a member of a society will give you the chance to meet likeminded people, make new friends and enrich your student life.