Fees and Funding
A guide to what it will cost to study at Oxford, including information on: fee status, the maximum fee liability and expected completion times for your programme, and living costs is available on the University’s Fees and Funding website.
In addition to any condition(s) set by the department or faculty, an offer made by this College is also conditional upon completing a Financial Declaration process.
The course fees paid by matriculated students are for the provision of tuition, supervision, academic services and facilities by the University (including your department or faculty) and the colleges, but do not include residential or other living costs.
Up to and including the academic year 2018/19, separate figures have been published on the university website for university fees and for college fees: the total payable is the sum of these two figures. From the academic year 2019/20, course fees for matriculated students are published as a single figure. This change is intended to ensure that the total level of fees payable is in all cases completely clear. Home/EU PGCE students can access a tuition fee loan from the UK government to cover their course fee in full.
For graduate courses, course fees are payable each year for the duration of your fee liability.
Fees will usually increase annually. For details, please see the University’s guidance on likely increases to fees and charges.
Invoices for Course Fees 2019-2020
We will aim to provide an invoice to all students by the start of the academic year. Continuing students will typically receive their invoice by the start of September. New students will typically receive an invoice by the end of September, provided that their admission and registration has been completed by then, otherwise there might be a delay. If you have not received your invoice by the expected time or have other questions about your invoice, please email email@example.com
For some programmes, fees are collected by the Department/Faculty. This is most commonly the case for students on part-time modular programmes, fees for which are structured differently because of the flexible nature of studies.
Typically, you will be expected to pay your fees to the Department/Faculty rather than the College if they dealt with the Financial Declaration during the admissions process.
Department/Faculties collecting fees will have their own arrangements for this including payment methods and deadlines and questions regarding payment should be directed to the Department/Faculty.
Students who have reached the end of their standard period of fee liability, but are still registered on course, may be required to pay a termly University and/or a college continuation charge. The University continuation charge per term in 2019/20 is £488, irrespective of fee status, and our records indicate that your College Continuation Charge will be £122 per term. For part-time students, the termly charge will be half of the termly rate payable by full-time students.
The UCC will increase to £508 per term for the 20/21 academic year and we understand that your CCC will be £127 per term in that academic year.
These figures will be published on the University’s Continuation Charges website page on 02/09/2019
The College offers Research Support Grants of between £250 and £500 to all students. There is also a Kellogg College Travel grant available for DPhil and MPhil students. To find out more please see the College’s WebLearn site.
This link provides full details of University Fees, College Fees and Living expenses.
If your financial circumstances change, you may be eligible for Hardship support. Please see your termly Financial Support email from the Academic Office or Student Handbook for more information.