Quick Guides to Undergraduate Tuition Fees

Bursaries and Scholarships

The University of Oxford offers one of the most generous financial support packages for Home undergraduates from the lowest income households. Around one in four current UK or EU students receives bursary support; please refer to the university website for details.
  • The Moritz-Heyman Scholarship: up to £5,000 per year, plus access to funded internships, volunteering opportunities and social and community-building events. This non-repayable bursary will be automatically offered to first-degree, UK-resident undergraduates whose household income is £27,500 or less.
  • Oxford Bursary: between £3,200–500 per year, automatically offered to first-degree Home undergraduates with a household income from £27,501–42,875.
  • UK care leavers and UK undergraduates who are estranged (studying without family support) are eligible for a bursary of up to £3,000 per year, to help with costs during the vacations.
  • The university also offers a number of centrally administered scholarships; individual colleges also offer various support and awards.