Information for New Students
This section of our website provides information for students who are joining St Peter's in October 2019, as well as various forms that will need to be completed and returned to the college.
This page contains information that is relevant to all students, followed by separate pages for Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, and Visiting Students. Some items are not yet available, but the information is being continually updated, so do check back regularly.
If you have any problems accessing the information on this page please contact Martin Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will be able to supply emailed or hard copy.
Freshers' week commences on Monday 7 October 2019, and all new students should aim to arrive by 5.00pm on Sunday 6 October (Graduate students should check information from their department or faculty, who may wish them to arrive earlier).
- Student Administrative Handbook
- IT Quickstart Guide
- Disability Advisory Service - Freshers Information
- Finance - please contact our Student Finance Officer if you have any enquiries about student finance
- Guide on how to open a UK bank account: Oxford bank guide for European and International students.
- Maps of Oxford and St Peter's
- Computing Services: in advance of arriving you will be sent your Oxford Single Sign-on account activation details to enable you to access central student IT services. You will normally receive this information by email, to the email address that you have supplied during the admissions process. A few days after you have signed and returned your University Card Form, you will receive a further email, telling you about your Oxford email account. On-line Student Registration will open on 1 September. There is further information on the University website and in the JCR Freshers' Guide.
All students should complete our online student record form at https://submit.spc.ox.ac.uk/Forms/Home/Dashboard
The data in this form will be used to ensure that your first few days in college are as smooth as possible. Please note, you will be asked to submit an electronic photograph of yourself.
Students living in college managed accommodation are automatically covered by a Room Contents group insurance scheme provided by Endsleigh Insurance. The annual premium is paid by the college.
The main items covered are (subject to an excess payment):
- Personal possessions in your room up to £7,000 against theft, fire and flood
- Computer Equipment (e.g Desktops and Laptops) in your room up to £2,000
- Musical Instruments up to £600 in your room
- Visual & audio equipment such as televisions and CD or DVD players up to £1,000 in your room
- Mobile phones (forced entry only) up to £1,000 in your room
- Bike theft from College or University premises where the bike has been stored securely up to £250
Restrictions, limits and conditions apply. Please note in particular that with the exception of bikes (see above) the policy does not cover any items outside your room e.g. laptop computers taken to University departments and libraries. However it is possible to extend the cover to include these and other items on payment of the appropriate additional premium.
Please ensure you are familiar with the full details of the policy, which are available on the Endsleigh website at www.endsleigh.co.uk/reviewcover, the college’s Policy number is HH1071.
The above group insurance scheme does not cover students living in private accommodation, who are therefore strongly advised to arrange their own cover.
You can download an insurance certificate here.