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Enrolment and Fees

How to enrol
Registrations end 1 March 2024. Early registration is recommended.

The courses will be taught at an introductory level for non-specialists aged 18 and above, and no prior knowledge is required.

Applicants are required to compose a formal 250-word narrative to express their interest in the programme. This account should highlight what their aspirations for participation in the programme are and articulate how they believe they can contribute to the programme.

Please click on this link to download the enrolment form.

Once the enrolment form is filled in, please email it to humanitiessummerprogramme@kellogg.ox.ac.uk

All applications should be accompanied by a passport-type digital photo of the applicant.

Programme fees 2024
All fees are charged on a per person basis:

  • Single ensuite and meals: £3,600 GBP per person
  • Double ensuite accommodation and meals (single occupancy): £3,999 GBP per person
  • Double ensuite accommodation and meals (double occupancy): £3,799 GBP per person
  • Non-residential, including lunch and dinner: £3,299 per person
  • Double or twin ensuite: shared between participants that apply to the programme together.

Supplementary costs
Extended stay fee
Kellogg College has short-term accommodation on site, subject to availability. Participants staying beyond the length of the programme can arrange through Kellogg College Accommodation accommodation@kellogg.ox.ac.uk

Excursion fee, where applicable
This is built into the course fees and will not require a separate payment.

College bar and College Hub Café
The College bar shall be open in the evening for the purchase of alcoholic and soft drinks.

During the day, the College Hub Café will be open, offering barista-made hot drinks, treats, and light refreshments.

Please be aware that all payments made via non-UK credit/debit cards and bank accounts are subject to the exchange rate on the day they are processed.

Funding
There are no sources of funding (such as scholarships or bursaries) available for this course.

Payment terms
When submitting an enrolment form: full payment online by credit/debit card or via bank transfer within 30 days of invoice date upon notification of admission.

Disabled participants (including those with mobility difficulties)
Disabled students or students with mobility impairment who have registered or are planning to attend should please contact humanitiessummerprogramme@kellogg.ox.ac.uk to discuss any support needs.

They can also consult the University Access Guide

Please note that Kellogg College bedrooms do not have lift access, and rooms can be located up a few flights of stairs. If you need a room on the ground or lower floor, please indicate this on your enrolment form, or contact humanitiessummerprogramme@kellogg.ox.ac.uk as soon as possible.

IT requirements
Students are expected to bring a laptop to Oxford to assist them with their studies.
For residential participants, wireless internet access is available in all bedrooms; for all participants, wireless access is available in communal spaces of the college.

Reading list
To be shared with participants in Spring 2024.

Cancellations and refunds

  1. Cancellation by you
    Participants who wish to cancel must inform humanitiessummerprogramme@kellogg.ox.ac.uk as soon as possible.
    The following cancellation and refund policy applies in all cases:
    · Cancellation within 14 days of online enrolment / payment of fees – full refund of all fees paid.
    · Cancellations received up to and including 1 March 2024 – Kellogg College will retain an administration fee of £100; all other fees paid will be refunded.
    · Cancellations received between 2 March and 31st June 2024 Kellogg College will retain 60% of the fees paid; the remaining 40% of fees paid will be refunded.
    · Cancellations received on and after 1st July 2024 – no refunds will be made under any circumstances.
    Where course fees have been paid in currencies other than pounds sterling, refunds will be subject to the exchange rate on the day they are processed.
  2. Cancellation by us
    Kellogg College reserves the right to cancel a course at short notice in exceptional circumstances that would prevent the course from being delivered e.g. tutor illness. In these rare instances, and if we are unable to find a replacement tutor, we will notify you as soon as possible. If we cancel a course, our liability is limited to the fees that we have received from you; this means that we will not compensate you for any pre-booked travel costs or any other expenses incurred.
    Where course fees have been paid in currencies other than pounds sterling, refunds will be subject to the exchange rate on the day they are processed.
  3. Travel insurance
    All participants are urged to purchase travel insurance to cover the programme fee, travel costs, and any other expenses incurred. Kellogg College cannot be held responsible for any costs you may incur in relation to travel or accommodation bookings because of a course cancellation, or if you are unable to attend the course for any other reason.