The University website has useful information about understanding and calculating fees and living costs.
Graduate courses: a combined University Composition Fee now covers both University and College fees, see offer letters and/or the University’s fees webpage.
Undergraduate and Graduate Medicine courses: see offer letters.
Paid by all full time students, a contribution to the College’s everyday catering and dining facilities. This is part of supporting the College as a community of scholars, where the exchange of ideas and interactions often occurs over meals, as well as maintaining an essential shared facility. The KFC reduces the unit cost of meals and so helps to foster a collegiate atmosphere. Details of KFC rates on the Fees and Charges page.
All college accommodation is priced by bands based on the floor area of the study-bedroom, whether or not the room has en-suite bathroom facilities, and the location.
There are ten bands in total; four for single rooms on the main college site, three for single rooms in the houses, and three further bands for couples accommodation.
Prices for accommodation during the 2016-17 academic year for new and continuing students are published on the Fees and Charges page.
Students in College accommodation are responsible for ensuring that they leave their bedrooms in a clean and tidy state at the end of each License period. All personal possessions (including bedding and items from the kitchen and bathrooms) should be removed. Anything you do not wish to take with you should either be donated to a Charity Shop or disposed of correctly.
Should items be left behind by a student, or the rooms left in a dirty state, the College reserves the right to levy a charge against the Caution Money paid by each student. A list of these charges is available on on the Fees and Charges page.