Fees and Funding
Welcome to Student Fees and Funding at Oxford
Worried about the cost of going to university? Oxford’s ambition is to ensure that no one with outstanding academic potential is deterred from studying here because of their background, personal circumstances, or finances. We offer one of the most generous support packages available for UK students, with around one in four students currently receiving an annual, non-repayable bursary from Oxford.
Want to learn more about Student Fees and Funding at Oxford? We’ve put together some information on this page to help you navigate the key points. You may also like to download our PDF guide, which contains a summary of funding available for UK students starting a course with us in 2022. Please note that students from the EU, EEA and Switzerland who have been granted settled or pre-settled status under the EU Settlement Scheme may qualify for Home fee status and student finance (fees/living costs) from the UK government, and may also be eligible for an Oxford Bursary, if they meet the residence requirements:
The Crankstart Scholarship is offered to UK-resident students with a household income of £27,500 or less, including an annual bursary of up to £5,000.
Oxford Bursary support is available to Home students with a household income of £42,875 or less, providing annual bursaries worth up to £3,200. Additional annual bursaries of up to £3,000 are available for UK students who are care-experienced (in care for 3 months or more) or estranged (studying without the support of family).
There are a limited number of Oxford undergraduate scholarships available to our offer holders based on specific eligibility criteria.
UK Government Funding
Full details on support available towards fees and living costs and the related eligibility criteria will be available on the gov.uk student finance webpages.
Additional government funding may be available for students with dependants via the Childcare Grant or Parents’ Learning Allowance. Students with a learning difficulty, health problem or disability may be eligible for Disabled Students’ Allowance.
We’ve summarised repayment details for government loans on the repayments page of our website.
The fees you will be charged depend on your nationality, your immigration status in the UK, where you have been living and what you have been doing prior to the start of your course. A guide to the fee status classifications can be found on our fee status webpage.
Use our fees, funding and scholarship search to view course fees for a specific course of study.
Estimated costs for the 2022/23 academic year are available on the living costs page of our website.
A summary of current Oxford college rents can be found here, to give you an idea of how much you can expect to pay for college accommodation.
The Oxford SU also provides a student-written alternative prospectus, where you can find more information on study and living costs at Oxford colleges.
What Our Students Say...
"Having money problems is something I’ve experienced my whole life, and to come to university and get some breathing space where I can focus in on my work is amazing."
"Money has never been something that I've worried about at university and that's entirely down to the bursary support [at Oxford]."
"I hugely appreciate the opportunities the funding [from Oxford] provides. It has enabled me to participate socially in societies and friendships at university without guilt over spending money or fear of missing out because I have to prioritise spending on other things."
Listen to our 'Managing the Cost' podcast here.