Church is sensitive to the growing financial costs associated with a university education. We are in a fortunate position to be able to offer financial assistance to students who require it.
Christ Church contributes to the University’s generous financial support package for home and EU students from low income backgrounds, meaning that no home or EU student with the ability and potential to study at Oxford should be deterred from making an application to us based on financial grounds. Details of the University’s financial support package available to students starting their course in October 2014 will be published on the Christ Church and Oxford websites once announced.
Thanks to the generosity of old members, Christ Church also has a student support fund from which grants or loans can be made to assist those who are struggling financially while on course.
UK residents can apply for up to 28 days’ vacation residence grant (p.a.) to help cover the cost of accommodation if they are required to stay in Oxford outside of term time.
Scholarships (£300 p.a.) and Exhibitions (£200 p.a.) are awarded on academic merit to students in their second year.
Book grants of £210 are available to all our undergraduates.
Students who find that they are in unforeseen financial difficulty, can apply (through the college) for a University Hardship Fund and/or Government Access to Learning Fund grant.