The Master’s in International Human Rights Law is taught over two years and fees are due for payment at the start of each academic year though students may choose to pay in three termly instalments each year if they prefer. Fees are the same for all students on this course regardless of fee status (i.e. whether you are Home/EU or Overseas).
The total annual fees for 2018-19 will be set out in the funding and costs section of our course pages in the Graduate Studies Prospectus from 1 September 2017. These include tuition fees, college fees, compulsory reading materials and accommodation & meals during summer sessions. Fees for 2019-20 will be higher due to annual fee increases. Please see the guidance on likely increases to fees and charges. Students who do not stay in the accommodation provided at New College during the residential period can receive a reduction/refund in the fees of around 18% in Year 1 and 13% in Year 2 (the amount is less in Year 2 because the residential is shorter).
Applicants (especially those from overseas) should note that, in addition to fees, they will need to budget for their own travel costs and insurance.
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 associated with your chosen course of study at Oxford. You will also be asked to pay a deposit of £1000 to confirm acceptance of the place. This will be due by 15 May of the year of entry to the course. The deposit payment is non-refundable. However, the University will refund the deposit in certain specific circumstances. These are set out on the Graduate Admissions deposits page.