What will it cost?
We recognise that graduate students are central to Oxford’s mission as a world-leading, research-intensive university, and work support talented students from the UK and beyond to succeed in their studies here.
Further information on co-funded scholarships, and graduate fees and funding, is available from the University’s graduate admissions website.
Course fees cover your teaching, and other academic services and facilities provided to support your studies. They do not cover your accommodation or other living costs. You may have seen separate figures in the past for tuition fees and college fees. The University has now combined these into a single figure.
The 2019-20 nightly rate for our single-occupancy graduate rooms is £21.64. This will be charged termly (three times per year), based on the number of nights in each term. The full academic year costs are set out below:
Standard licence (1st October 2019 – 31st July 2020): £6,578.56
Short licence (1st October 2019 – 30th June 2020): £5,886.08
We offer couples’ flats at 8 Winchester Road and 204 Woodstock Road. The nightly rates and full academic year costs are set out below and will be charged termly (three times per year), based on the number of nights in each term:
8 Winchester Road
- Nightly rate: £37.83
- Full academic year (1st October 2019 – 31st August 2020): £12,635.22
204 Woodstock Road
- Nightly rate: £32.44
- Full academic year (1st October 2019 – 31st August 2020): £10,834.96
Hertford works with University faculties and departments to offer a number of co-funded scholarships. The number available vary from year to year, and you will always need to hold an offer from the relevant Oxford department or faculty to be considered for one. In most cases no separate application is required, since the award is made by agreement between the college and the faculty, or faculties, after each has reviewed all the eligible offer-holders. But you may wish to express a preference for Hertford in your application for postgraduate study.