Sun 10 May 2009, The Guardian

Edge Hill University

Edge Hill is a rapidly growing institution. It has almost 23,000 students and has experienced a consistent increase in applications in recent years, outstripping the national average. Edge Hill is expanding physically, too. An investment of £200m over the next 10 years means the main campus – a 160-acre site located in west Lancashire – is set to expand significantly. An £8m state-of-the-art business and law school opened in 2009, and a £14m faculty of health opened in 2008. Also worth a mention is Edge Hill's award-winning student finance package. A lead institution for widening participation to higher education , the university ranks in the top four nationally for attracting young students from working-class families.
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