There is a registration fee of £350 and a refundable academic deposit of £1,000 payable upon application.
Students normally choose to study two, three or four subjects. For each subject a standard course typically consists of a combination of 4 group seminars and a weekly individual tutorial. In some circumstances, individual tuition for typically three hours per week is offered.
|Tuition Fee||£2800 per subject per term|
|Additional one-to-one tuition||£85 per hour|
*This fee includes the use of specialist facilities and all consumables and equipment. Membership of the Oxford Union is included in the tuition fees.
- All teaching and supervised study
- Regular academic supervision meetings
- Administration and marking of tests and assessments
- College/University application support
- All student materials (except books)
- Internet and email access
- Printing and photocopying
- Regular study visits
- Sports and activities
- Membership of the Oxford Union
|Accommodation Type||Fee per term|
|College boarding 15-18). En suite bathroom. Includes breakfast and dinner.||£5275|
|Host family (15+). Shared bathroom. Includes breakfast and dinner.||£3300|
|Host family (15+). Own bathroom. Includes breakfast and dinner.||£3900|
|Accommodation deposit (refundable)||£1000|
|Host family registration fee (non-refundable)||£350|
Students in all accommodation types may stay in their accommodation during the October and February half-term holidays.
All students in all types of accommodation must vacate their accommodation for the Christmas and Easter holiday periods.
All students in all types of accommodation must vacate their accommodation at the end of the summer term
Travel To Oxford
We require all under 18 year old students to be met at the airport and accompanied to their accommodation to ensure their safety. Our chauffeurs will meet the student at arrivals with identification and the student’s name clearly shown. We will provide an airport transfer unless a suitable alternative is confirmed with the College beforehand. This service is also available to all students aged 18 and over.
Please note, the above fees are for one way transfers between accommodation and either London Heathrow (LHR) or London Gatwick (LGW) airports. If you are flying to/from another UK airport, please contact our Admissions Team for a quote.
Allowance should be made for living expenses and pocket money during a student’s stay in Oxford. Where accommodation includes breakfast and evening meal, a weekly allowance of around £120 to cover lunches, bus fares and other miscellaneous costs such as toiletries, travel and entertainment is sufficient plus a termly amount of about £120 per subject for books and stationery. If a student is responsible for his or her own catering, an additional £80 per week will cover this adequately.