Fees and student loans
UK & EU students
UK and EU students are eligible to apply for various student loans. More information about Student Loans, University Tuition Fees and College Fees can be found at http://www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding/ The latest news on 2012 Undergraduate Fees and Funding information is available at: http://www.ox.ac.uk/fundingupdate/
Overseas students can also get information about University and College fees at http://www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding/
How much will it cost to live at Queen’s?
The figures on this page relate to the academic year 2013/14 and are subject to future adjustment.
|Daily/Weekly average room rate:= £19.97 per day|
|= £139.79 per week|
|Length of undergraduate contract in days per term:||= 58|
|You can expect meal costs to be of the following order:|
Freshers are normally accommodated in our Florey Building and the Cardo Building. The Florey Building is in St. Clement’s, a short walk away from the Main College. The Cardo Building is a little further away on the Iffley Road. The rooms in these two annexes re single rooms and have shared bathroom facilities. For second, third and fourth years, you may be accommodated on the main site in the Main College building, in the Carrodus Quad or in another of our annexes, St. Aldate’s House. All of Carrodus and St Aldates rooms and about half of the Main College rooms have en-suite facilities,
Breakfast is provided in the annexes, and lunch and dinner are served in Main College. Breakfast can also be taken in Main College. Breakfast and lunch are cafeteria style in Main College and can be paid on battels using your University Card. Dinner can be booked using our on-line booking system, and is charged to battels.
Support offered by the College and University
The University and its Colleges are firmly committed to the principle that access to Oxford should not depend on financial circumstances.
The University operates the Oxford Opportunity Bursaries scheme to offer grants and bursaries to UK students lower income backgrounds. Eligible students who also receive full statutory government grants should be able to meet their entire basic living costs during term-time without needing to take out a student loan for maintenance. Bursaries range from £200 to £4,100 (depending on your family’s income) and you are encouraged to visit the University’s site to learn more about the scheme.
The University also offers a limited amount of funding for overseas undergraduates. Click here to visit their site.
Queen’s has a tradition of supporting its members generously. In 2007-8 we budgeted to spend nearly £80,000 on student support; grants and loans are awarded by a student finance committee which meets twice per term to consider applications. The committee is attended by undergraduate and postgraduate welfare representatives. If you find yourself in severe financial hardship you can apply to this committee.
You can also apply to this committee for what we call ‘academic support’ grants. These are to assist you with costs associated with your study such as conference attendance, travel, books, and printing. We will typically award undergraduates a maximum of £260 per year over the course of a degree.
We also offer a book grant programme, which refunds you 50% of the cost of essential texts, subject to an upper limit of £75 per year.
In addition, there are various other funds which offer support to students in particular circumstances, including a substantial fund established by Old Members of the College to assist students in the pursuit of educational, sporting, and cultural activities arising from their life at College.
Queen’s is one of the colleges that participate in the scholarship scheme run by the Jardine Foundation, which offers full bursaries for students from mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
For more details, see www.jardine-foundation.org