Fees and Funding

Fees

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 college fee for graduate students studying in 2017/18 is £3,021.

Part-time students will typically pay the College fee over 2 years – one payment per year.

This fee is a contribution towards the cost of academic facilities and other services that are provided by the College, but does not include accommodation or meals.

Please note that the College fees for the following courses are not charged at the standard graduate rate:

  • MBA (£3,150)
  • EMBA (£1,511)

PGCE students classified as Home/EU for fees purposes do not usually pay a College fee.

Continuation charges

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 2017/18 is £455, irrespective of fee status. For part-time students, the termly charge will be half of the termly rate payable by full-time students.

Click for further information on the University continuation charge.

College applies a Continuation charge of £110 per term, irrespective of fee status. For part time students, the termly charge will be half of the termly rate payable by full time students.

Financial Support

The College is able to offer small travel grants towards expenses for fieldwork and attendance at conferences.

This link provides full details of University Fees, College Fees and Living expenses.

For those seeking additional financial assistance to support graduate study at Oxford please see Funding Information for Prospective Graduates and Kellogg College Scholarships.