Fees & finance
All graduate students are required to provide proof that they are able to finance the cost of their tuition fees, College fees, and living expenses for the duration of the course. Once you have been offered a place, you will be asked to provide a Financial Guarantee to prove that you are able to meet your financial obligations.
University tuition fees
These fees are sometimes also called ‘composition fees’. More details about University fees can be found on the University's Fees and Living Costs page.
For graduate students starting research study in academic year 2011/12 or later, the University will apply a termly continuation charge if additional time is needed. This will be £400 per term in academic year 2013/14 (the first year the charge will be payable). See more information about liability for University fees.
For most students, fee status will be either Home, EU or Overseas, and will depend on the country in which you are ordinarily resident (not necessarily the same as your nationality).
For more information on fee status, see the University's Tuition Fee Rates page.
Each college charges a fee that is separate from, and in addition to, the University fee. College fees are the responsibility of individual colleges.
Fees for academic year 2013/14 are as follows:
|PGCE and BM students||No College fee charged|
|Graduate entry BM students:|
|- Home/EU||No College fee charged|
|- Overseas (year 1)
|- Overseas (subsequent years)||Standard fee applies|
|Standard fee (all other full-time students)||£2,659
|Standard part-time fee (including EMBA)
Students on programmes lasting more than one year should note that there is usually a small percentage increase in the College fee each year.
DPhil students whose liability for University fees has ceased but who have still to complete their degree will be charged a college ‘continuation fee’, which is currently (academic year 2012/13) £100 per term.
Fees can be paid online via our online payment system. Click here for more information.
More information about the University's recommended annual allowance for living costs can be found on the Graduate Living Costs webpage.