This webpage provides fee information for students registered as visiting, recognised or matriculated non-award students.
Please note that once you have matriculated you cannot become a non-matriculated visiting student.
All fees are given in pounds sterling (£). Fees will usually increase annually. For details, please see our guidance on likely increases to fees and charges.
For 2019/20 visiting student fees please visit the Oxford students’ website.
Recognised student fees for 2020/21:
|Classical Languages and Literature||£10,110|
|Contemporary Chinese Studies||£10,710|
|Contemporary South Asian Studies||£10,710|
|English Language and Literature||£10,710|
|General Linguistics and Comparative Philology||£9,480|
|History of Art||£9,480|
|History of Science||£9,480|
|Human Anatomy and Genetics||£11,350|
|Information, Communication and the Social Sciences||£10,710|
|Latin American Studies||£10,710|
|Middle Eastern Studies||£10,710|
|Russian and East European Studies||£10,710|
|Social Policy and Social Work||£10,110|
For 2019/20 recognised student fees please visit the Oxford students website.
Matriculated non-award students
Matriculation is a ceremony to confer membership of the University (which is for life and so only happens once), usually at the start of your first course of study.
Matriculated non-award fees are set and published by each individual college. Please see college websites for details.
For further information on whether you will be expected to pay fees at the Home/EU or Overseas rate, visit the fee status page.