Annual Undergraduate Tuition Fees 2018

Minimum fee £9,000 Maximum fee £9,250

Minimum fee charged before fee waivers are taken into account; maximum fee permitted under the institution's access agreement for one or more courses. Fees correct at August 2017 as reported to OFFA. Always confirm individual course fees with the university.

Bursaries and Scholarships

  • The University of Oxford offers one of the most generous, no-strings attached financial support packages for Home undergraduates from the lowest income households. All Home students whose household income is less than c.£42,875 will receive an Oxford Bursary. Students from the lowest household incomes of £16,000 or less receive up to £3,700 per year, amounting to £11,100 over three years.
  • The Moritz-Heyman Scholarship programme provides a bursary of £3,700 and a tuition fee reduction of £3,000 for each year of the course, opportunities to take part in volunteering activities and access to internships and work experience advice. This is available to UK students from lower-income households.
  • The university also offers a number of centrally administered scholarships, with various support and awards also being available from individual colleges.
  • Fee rates and support for EU students starting a course in academic year 2019–20 are currently unknown. Please refer to the university website for details.