Student support | University of Oxford
Students on grass
UNIQ students in the grounds of Osler House
Credit: John Cairns

Student support

We have a simple but ambitious aim; that no student who is capable of winning a place at Oxford should be stopped from coming here by worries about money.

Nearly a quarter of our undergraduates get some form of financial help from the University.

Student support in numbers

We allocate millions to ensure every undergraduate can afford to study here:

  • Around one in ten students benefits from the highest level of bursary support.
  • Since it was launched in 2012, the Moritz-Heyman Scholarship Programme has provided financial support and on-course assistance to more than 1,000 new UK students with household incomes of £16,000 or less. In 2018/19 we are spending almost £1.8 million on fee reductions for students who receive Moritz-Heyman Scholarships.
  • Last year we made over £8.5 million of financial support available to undergraduates – one of the most generous packages of any UK university. The University and colleges offer hardship funds for students experiencing financial difficulties.

More details about the student support available from Oxford can be found at: