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Fees and Finance (Postgraduate)

The careful management of money during your time as a student is of great importance. The sections below provide key information about fees, funding and costs.

The college seeks to keep charges to students at a reasonable level, and meal charges in particular represent excellent value for money.

For up-to-date information about course fees for Home/EU and Overseas students, please consult the Oxford University website.

University and college continuation charges

Students who have reached the end of their standard period of fee liability may be required to pay a termly University continuation charge. For further information please consult the Oxford University website.

The college charges a termly continuation fee for students whose studies extend beyond four years until the completion of their degree. The current charge rate can be found here.

The college offers limited financial support in the form of grants, prizes and scholarships to its students.

For students living in college accommodation, rent is payable in advance at the beginning of the term. In 2020-21, the cost of a room in college accommodation for a postgraduate student is £172 per week (38 week lease). The daily average room rate, including utilities and services is £22.74, and the most common length of graduate contract is 266 days.

For 2021-22, the cost of a room in college accommodation for a postgraduate student will be £180 per week (38 week lease).

The college is also able to nominate a number of graduate students to occupy rooms in University-managed accommodation, for which the costs will differ.


A variably-priced menu is available for all meals except Formal Hall. You can expect meal costs to be in the following order:

  • Breakfast: £3.00
  • Lunch: £3.90
  • Dinner (informal): £4.02

Payment for meals is on a ‘pay-as-you-go’ basis.

Information about estimated living costs can be found on the Oxford University website.