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Facts and Figures Fees


Facts and Figures


UK/EU Students: No matter which higher education institution you apply to in England, it will probably be charging tuition fees around the national average of £8,509. Tuition fees may be waived or reduced depending on your financial circumstances. Payment for the fees can be deferred until after your complete your degree.


Overseas Students: If you are not from the UK or EU, your fees will be higher, and vary according to subject. To see the full list, go to www.admin.ox.ac.uk/studentfunding/ fees. These range from £13,200 (for English


Literature) to £18,550 (for Physics). Financial Support


UK Students: If you are from the UK, you will be eligible for government support in the form of a student loan and, possibly, a maintenance grant. The student loans cover the full cost tuition fees (which are provided through the Student Loans Company) and help with living costs (called the Student Maintenance Loan or SML). The size of the SML varies according to your location and family income. You may also qualify for non-repayable grants, namely the government’s maintenance grant and the Oxford Opportunity Bursary (OOB). Depending on your family circumstances, the maintenance grant can be up to £3,250 and the OOB can be up to £3,225. You do not need to apply separately for the OOB – it will be calculated from the information used to assess your maintenance grant. The most up-to-date information on government support and funding can be found on www. directgov.co.uk.


EU Students: Most students from the EU will be eligible to apply for a loan to cover your tuition fees. This is provided by the Student Loans Company. Depending on your country of origin, you may also be eligible for funding and awards – check the Funding Search on the University’s website for more details.


Overseas Students: You will not be eligible for grants or loans from the UK government, but you may be eligible for other awards and funding - check the Funding Search for more details. If you are from the USA, you may be eligible for a US loan: for more details, check www.admin.ox.ac.uk/student- funding/us_loans/index.shtml


Bursaries


Every college has some sort of student sup- port scheme which can supplement Univer- sity financial support. If you want to know more, it’s best to ask individual colleges about what help is available.


Repayment


If you are funding your time at Oxford through government loans (including those from the Student Loans Company), you will not have to make any repayments until after you graduate. Furthermore, interest is charged at the rate of inflation (meaning that, in real terms, the cost of your loan does not increase) and is only charged as a proportion of your income when you are earning over £21,000. Therefore, you will only be repaying it when you can afford to do so, and should not have unmanageable debt. Any grants which you receive do not have to be repaid.


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