Financial Support

 

What can Oxford offer?

  • Moritz-Heyman Scholarships are available to UK students from low-income households (less than £16,000), which offer reductions in tuition fees of £3000 per year as well as bursaries for each year of your course. 
  • You can search for scholarships and calculate fees and funding using Oxford University's scholarship search tool.
  • Oxford has short terms (three 8 week terms a year), extensive college library provision, and colleges offer accommodation - see the University of Oxford's living costs guide for estimates on likely expenditure.

International students

There is limited financial support available from Oxford for international students. A list of bursaries may be found on the University of Oxford's website, or you can use the scholarship search tool to get information about fees and funding possibilities. We would also advise contacting your own government to see what funding is available.

US and Canadian students

If you are unable to secure scholarship funding for your studies at Oxford, one option could be to take out a loan. For more information, go to the US and Canadian loans section on the University of Oxford's website. 

Fee status

To work our how much tuition fees may cost, you will need to determine your fee status. Fee status is based on your nationality and where you were living for the three years immediately before the start of your course (and, in some cases, whether this is your first degree). For more information, please see the University of Oxford's fee status page.

Which Course?

See which of our four undergraduate degrees (Mathematics, Mathematics and Statistics, Mathematics and Philosophy, Mathematics and Computer Science) interests you the most.

How to Apply

A guide to the application process for applicants, as well as key dates.

Maths Admissions Test

Past papers, solutions, and information about how to register for the MAT.

Our Offer

A guide to the conditional offers made by our department for all undergraduate courses.