Fees and Funding
The estimated total course fees for a student starting the course in 2014-15, and based on taking two consecutive years to complete the degree, is £20,770. There is no difference in fees for Home/EU students and overseas students for this course. This fee includes tuition plus accommodation and meals at New College for the nine weeks of residential sessions. In addition, a college fee of approximately £2,865 over two academic years will be payable. Students who do not stay in the accommodation provided at New College during the residential period can receive a refund of fees paid. Any student who knows prior to paying their annual fees invoice that they will be non-resident should contact the Programme Administrator for a reduced invoice.
Applicants (especially those from overseas) should note that, in addition to the course and college fees, they will need to budget for their own travel costs, insurance and reading materials (most required readings are provided electronically and free of charge but students will need to purchase any materials they want in hard copy, including any textbooks unavailable online).
If you receive an offer of a place, the Department for Continuing Education and your college will require you to complete a Financial Declaration form to meet your financial condition of admission. This aims to ensure that you are fully aware of the expected fees and living costs associated with your chosen course of study at Oxford. You will also be asked to pay a non-refundable deposit of £1000 to confirm acceptance of the place (please note that this fee is part of the overall programme fee and not an additional charge). Payment of the remaining course fees for 2014-15 will then be due at the start of each academic year.