Fees are payable by all students studying for a degree, diploma or certificate at the University. For most programmes of study, fee rates are dependent on your country of nationality and residence as well as the level of your previous study.
Please note: when searching for fees for up to and including the 2018/19 academic year, the figures in the table below only refer to the tuition fee payable (a college fee was payable separately). From 2019/20 the figures in the table refer to course fees payable (which includes college fees).
Implications of the UK exit from the European Union.
For EU students who start their course in the 20/21 academic year and prior, Home fees will be charged for the duration of the course. From the 21/22 academic year onwards new students from the EU will be charged Overseas fees. Students from the Republic of Ireland will continue to be charged the Home fee rate.
Information about these classifications is available from the fee status page. Further information for current students and offer holders on the implications of the UK leaving the European Union is available from the University's Oxford and the EU dedicated webpage.
The rates listed are for one academic year. Check the rate for programmes using the filters to choose:
- Entry year to the programme
- Year fee applies to
- Level of study (optional)
- Division (optional)
- Department or faculty (optional)
Undergraduate programmes with a compulsory year abroad are marked with * in the programme name. The rates for the year abroad are available on the year abroad fees page.
Fees given as ‘N/A’ indicate that the programme is (was) not offered in the selected start year or that there is no special fee for that category of student; it does not mean that the fee for the programme is £0.
You should expect to pay fees for every year you are in attendance and be aware these will increase annually. Tuition fees do not include college fees, accommodation, or other course and maintenance fees.
All fees are given in pounds sterling (£).