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2013 Funding: Welsh Students
Student finance applications have now opened for the 2013/14 academic year for students from Wales. Students are advised to apply online at Student Finance Wales as soon as possible to ensure that funding is in place for the start of their course.
Tuition charge & support
The tuition fee in 2013/14 for students from Wales who start their course in 2013 will be £3,575. This is because they will be able to access a tuition fee grant of £5,425 from Student Finance Wales. A tuition fee loan will be available for the remainder. Information for prospective students who have studied at undergraduate level before is available on our site for those with previous study.
Tuition fee grant from Student Finance Wales
Tuition fee loan available from Student Finance Wales
Living costs & support
The University estimates that basic term time living costs for students in 2013/14 will be £7,900. The University has generous bursaries available to cover some of the costs associated with living in Oxford, and also enable students to take advantage of the many opportunities Oxford has to offer.
The bandings below show the annual bursaries available from Oxford, dependent upon household income before tax.
Additional start-up bursary
£16,000 or less
£16,001 - £20,000
£20,001 - £25,000
£25,001 - £30,000
£30,001 - £35,000
£35,001 - £40,000
£40,001 - £42,611
£42,612 and above
Students from Wales will also be entitled to support for living costs from the Welsh Assembly. All students will be able to access a basic maintenance loan of at least £3,863, with additional support (an increased level of maintenance loan, and a non-repayable Assembly Learning Grant) being based on household income:
Assembly Learning Grant
Students should be financially assessed in their funding application to Student Finance Wales; the University also uses the household income figure which is calculated in this assessment to allocate its own funding.
There are a limited number of undergraduate scholarships available to UK students. For more information including details on eligibility and how to apply please select from the list below.
Students who take out maintenance loans and tuition loans whilst at University will be expected to start repaying this cost once they have left University and have started earning £21,000 per year. Read more about repayments.