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Fees and Finance (Undergraduate)

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.

Home and EU undergraduates can apply for a Tuition fee loan via Student Finance (their local funding authority). Loans are made payable direct to the University. Further information is available via the University website or via https://www.gov.uk/student-finance

Oxford Bursaries are available to Home and EU students from lower income households.

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

The college will, thanks to the generous support of current and recent students, offer a Reach Scholarship to an undergraduate student for entry in 2019. Further details about the Reach Scholarship can be found on the Oxford University website.

For undergraduate students living in college accommodation, rent is payable in advance at the beginning of the term.

In 2018-19, the cost of a room for a first-year undergraduate is £156 per week. Vacation residence is charged per room at £22.29 per night.

A variably-priced menu is available for all meals except Formal Hall. The following prices are indicative for a two course meal in 2018-19, as the actual cost will vary with the particular food choices made:

  • Continental breakfast: £3.00
  • Lunch: £4.00
  • Dinner: £4.00
  • Three course formal hall: £7.75

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

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