Fees and Finance

Fees and Finance (Visiting Students)

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.

Visiting Students pay a University fee which varies by subject, and a college fee.

For the 2018/2019, the college fee will be set at £15,000 for the academic year.

For the subjects that St Peter’s will be offering for 2018/2019, the University Fee is as follows:

£8115 for the following subjects:

Anthropology, Archaeology, Geography, English, History, Mathematics (£8640), Modern Languages, Philosophy, Politics, Statistics (£8640) and Theology

£9310 for the following subjects:

Economics and Management Studies

£11,945 for the following subjects:

Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Physics and Medicine/Neuroscience

These fees apply to all students irrespective of domicile (i.e. all Home/EU and Overseas accepted candidates will be charged the fees listed above).

In 2018-19, the cost of a room for a Visiting Student is £6,123 for a 38-week lease.

A variably-priced menu is available for all meals except Formal Hall. The following prices are indicative for a two course meal in 2017-18, 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. Students should budget for between £1500 and £1800 for the year, depending on the number of meals taken in college.

Please note that extra costs will be incurred through purchase of books, personal expenditure and travel expenses. You should probably budget at least an extra £3,000 for spending in this way.

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