Two students walking with their back to the camera underneath a tree in Hannington Quad

Bursaries

The college offers a modest annual bursary to students who have a household income under £60,000 but who are not eligible for an Oxford Bursary of £500 or more. 

The University provides financial support to Home (UK) and EU students from lower-income households to help with living costs. Information about this financial support for current students can be found here.

The Simpson Bursary is an award made to Home and EU students who have a household income under £60,000 who are not eligible for an Oxford Bursary, or who are eligible for a £200 bursary only (2016 to 2019 starters).

Students will need to be income assessed via Student Finance England (or equivalent regional funding body). The information is then collected from the University and payments made after 4th week of Michaelmas term by the College. You can still make an application to be income assessed even if you are not eligible for an income assessed maintenance loan from Student Finance or an Oxford Bursary if you believe your household income falls below £60,000.

Please contact the Student Finance Officer for further information.