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Studying at Oxford Brookes for one semester or a full academic year is a great investment in your academic degree, personal development and professional future.
By planning your budget before you arrive at Oxford Brookes, you will be able to stay on top of your finances. The cost of living varies significantly from student to student. Our living costs web page gives you an idea of how to manage your money.
All exchange students pay tuition fees to their home university and no additional fees are due. You will normally have to pay accommodation and other living expenses such as travel and food.
*Accommodation fees vary from hall to hall, please visit the university's accommodation webpages for more information.
Please note that if you come for only one semester, you will automatically be allocated a room.
If you are applying through an institution with which Oxford Brookes has a study abroad agreement, for example your current college or an agent or 3rd party provider, there is an agreed package fee which includes tuition, accommodation and additional benefits. Your home institution will provide you with the most up-to-date fees.
Some minor expenses are not included in the fee, such as occasional photocopying and some teaching materials.
If you are applying independently, the following fees apply for undergraduate courses:
If you are from the USA you may be able to use your Federal Financial Aid towards the cost of the Oxford Brookes Study Abroad programme as we are registered with the US Department of Education (registration number G20879). Please check with your home institution.
*You can apply for a range of accommodation. Accommodation fees vary from hall to hall, please visit the university's accommodation webpages for more information.