University and College Fees
Details of University and College Fees and funding opportunities are given on the respective pages in the Postgraduate and Undergraduate Study sections. For information on how to pay your fees, including how to pay from overseas, please consult the Payment & Fees FAQs. If you want to calculate the cost of accommodation at Wolfson, you can download the Guide to Accommodation.
Applications for the Wolfson Studentship are now closed. Please note that current Wolfson students who will be starting a new course at Wolfson next academic year (e.g. undergraduates about to start a Masters or Masters transitioning to PhD) are eligible to apply for this award as new students, and indeed some funding sources are dedicated to supporting such students.
Wolfson is very fortunate to have the services of Liz Bland, our Student Finance Officer. Liz is in her office in Bredon House Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and can be contacted by email. If you are experiencing financial hardship, or have questions about funding availability, she will be able to help. Click to find out more about our hardship funds.
Travel & Research and Vacation Project Grants
Wolfson College has a limited fund to support travel to conferences and to cover some research-related expenses. Awards up to £400 are available to undergraduates (per year) and postgraduates on one or two-year courses, and awards of up to £1200 are available to PhD students. Click to find out more and apply for a Wolfson College Travel & Research or Vacation Project Grant.
The College provides Sports Awards of up to £200 towards costs such as subscription fees, equipment, mandatory kit and travel costs to competitions. Funds are limited, and so priority will be given to applicants who can demonstrate financial need.
Brian Moore Accompanist Scholarship: We offer a choir accompanist scholarship each year worth £450 with additional 'perks' including a keyboard in your room, free choir tours, and piano/organ/singing lessons.
Choral Scholarships: We offer up to seven choral scholarships each year, each with a stipend of £100. Additional 'perks' include a number of free Formal Halls, free choir tours and singing lessons.
There are a series of Academic Prizes available for students who excel in their subjects, which are awarded on Graduation.