Frequently Asked Questions
Please see also: Oxford University FAQ
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To apply to New College, you must apply to the Oxford following the procedure described on the University website, and nominate New College as your first choice college. If you are accepted by the department or faculty in which you wish to study, your application will then be considered by New College.
We do not usually take visiting students, other than through a few existing schemes with universities in the US and Munich. However, a few other colleges do, and further information about this is available on the University website.
Yes, New College offers a relatively large number of generous college awards for graduate study ranging from £1,000 to £25,000 per annum. Please see Scholarships.
Please see the Scholarships web page.
All colleges ask for a financial guarantee, which is one of the conditions for admission to Oxford. The University website explains details of the College Financial Guarantee.
We do not normally accept applications for mid-course migrations from one college to another, but we are happy to accept applications from students who are starting a new course (e.g. MSt student applying for a DPhil.)
The majority of graduate students coming from outside Oxford can be housed in College accommodation in their first year with a reasonably good chance of a second year of housing. Oxford University graduates are not guaranteed accommodation, but most are accommodated for one year. Rooms for the second and third years are decided by means of a rooms ballot.
New College does not have any accommodation for couples.