2012/13 Fees and Funding (for English students). Wadham College Open Day – 2011 Caroline Mawson, Jenny Tamplin & Will McCallum. Overview. What government support is available to ‘home’ students living in England entering HE in 2012/2013 Oxford University Support Wadham College Support
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Wadham College Open Day – 2011
Caroline Mawson, Jenny Tamplin & Will McCallum
Financial help will be available for tuition and living costs.
Students will not have to pay up-front for their tuition.
Oxford University will charge between £3,500 and £9,000 per year (dependent on household income) to students arriving in 2012.
Tuition fee and maintenance loans are provided by the government to ensure that you will not have any upfront costs to pay to the university when you arrive. £9,000 per year is the amount you will repayafter you have left university and are earning over £21,000 per year.
(repayable after course – NO upfront costs)
*Oxford will charge less than £9,000 to students whose household income is under £25,000
(repayable after course)
Scholarships, Grants and Bursaries are funds from either the government or the university that are non-repayable.
They are awarded to students on the basis of household income. All students at Oxford University with a household income of less than £42,600 are eligible for some money in the form of either a grant or bursary.
- Single parent
- Partner who is a student
- Certain types of disabilities
Oxford University will be charging between £3,500 and £9,000 per year to English students arriving in 2012. The tuition charge will vary depending on household income.
We estimate basic living costs during term time at Oxford will be around £7,600. This figure includes College accommodation, food, going out and study costs. You will also need to consider the cost of travelling to and from Oxford, out of term opportunities and the additional costs of living out of College accommodation which you might do for some of your course.
* This figure is subject to change, it may well increase year on year
Wadham gives a variety of grants and allowances to students, not all of which are income assessed, last year the college gave over £85,000:
Scholarships, Grants & Prizes
Wadham also supports students in their non-academic life, as well as rewarding those who perform well academically. Last year the College gave over £45,000 in scholarships, grants and prizes to students:
£23,000 worth of prizes for academic excellence and performing well in exams! (About £100 per student)
£50 book vouchers are given to every first year student!
£12,000 in travel grants!
(About £175 per student)
CB Fry Fund for students who compete for the university totalling about £3,000 – or around £200 per student
Moser Fund – students involved in the arts can apply for a fund of up to £500
Tuition Fee Loans and Living Support Loans are to be repaid after students finish their course.