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Students who study at Oxford University pay two sets of tuition fees:
More information can be found here:http://www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding/fees/information/
2016-17: The University Composition Fee for all programmes offered by Blackfriars will be £9,000 for Home or EU undergraduates and £15,295 for overseas undergraduates. Blackfriars Hall Fee for undergraduates (except publicly funded undergraduates) will be £7,135.
Undergraduate fees are payable annually in advance, and are due on Friday of 1st Week of Michaelmas Term.
For more information about University fees and other financial information for undergraduates, see the University's student finance pages.
2016-17: The University Composition Fee for most graduate programmes will be £6,550 for Home or EU students and £17,555 for overseas students. PGCE students pay University Composition Fees at the appropriate undergraduate rate. The Hall's graduate fee will be £2,933; exceptional arrangements apply for a small number of cases.
A small number of courses, for example the MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy, will have a higher University Composition Fee.
Graduate fees are payable annually in advance, unless by US Federal Loan installments, and are due on the 1st Friday of Michaelmas Term.
For more information about University fees and other financial information about postgraduate courses,see the University's graduate student finance pages.
For information about fees and other financial information about our Visiting Student Programme, please your Study Abroad Office in the first instance, then the contact the Bursar, Mr David Harper - email@example.com
Tuition and college fees generally likely to increase by between 3% and 5% each year.
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