Students who qualify for 'Home' fee status
Course fees for students who have 'Home' fee status starting their first undergraduate degree in 2024 will be £9,250. 'Home' students are eligible for a tuition fee loan from the UK government for the full amount of their course fees and do not have to pay any fees upfront. For more information please visit the University Course Fees website and have a look at the University web page on Government Support.
Students who have 'Overseas' fee status
Students with Overseas fee status will be charged a significantly higher level of course fees, which will vary according to their course (have a look at the course listings for specific course fees). For more information, please visit the University Course Fees website and take a look at the University Fee Status website to determine which fee status you would have.
Cost of living
The University estimates the cost of living to be between £1,345 and £1,955 per month in 2024/25. This includes accommodation and utilities, food, personal items, social activities, and some items or activities related to study.
Each academic year usually consists of three terms of eight weeks each, but you may need to be in Oxford for longer. Christ Church helps students meet some of these costs through vacation residence grants, book grants, travel grants, language study grants, and summer bursaries for internships.