Each college charges a fee that is separate from, and in addition to, the University tuition fee. This college fee covers academic facilities and other services that are provided by your college, it does not include accommodation or meals.
College fees are payable for all matriculated courses. The exact amounts are indicated below. For certain courses the college fee is included in the University fee. Separate college fees are not payable by Home/EU students reading for an undergraduate degree (subject to * below). College fees are not generally payable for non-matriculated courses although a small number of courses may permit college affiliation for which a charge will be made.
Undergraduate college fees
Full time undergraduates classified as Home/EU for fees purposes do not pay a college fee (except for certain pre-2012 entrants, as highlighted at * below). This college fee covers academic facilities and other services that are provided by your college, it does not include accommodation or meals.
College fees for 2018/19
|College fee 2018/19||£0*||£7,570|
*Home/EU students who began their course before October 2012 may be charged a college fee if they are not eligible for government funding in any year of their course. Islands students who started their course before October 2014 may also be charged a college fee.
- Overseas graduate entry medicine students will usually be charged a college fee at the undergraduate rate in Year 1 and at the graduate rate (£3,112 in 2018/19) in Years 2 to 4.
- Overseas undergraduate medicine students in the clinical years of their course (Years 4 to 6) will usually be charged a college fee at the graduate rate (£3,112 in 2018/19).
- College fees will not be charged to undergraduate Overseas or Islands students on a year abroad.
Fees will usually increase annually. For details, please see our guidance on likely increases to fees and charges.