Academic Scholarships

Like all other Colleges, we award Scholarships and Exhibitions to a proportion of our undergraduates. These are awards presented in recognition of outstanding academic achievement.

They are normally made at the end of the first year of a student’s course, and take into account performance in University examinations.

If you win a Scholarship you will receive £300 each year; for an Exhibition you will receive £200. None of our academic scholarships is awarded on entry.

Music Scholarships

Further information can be found on the choral awards and organ scholarships pages.

Reach Oxford

New College participates in the Reach Oxford scheme which allows students from developing countries to study for undergraduate degrees at Oxford.  

Rycote Bursaries

Rycote Bursaries are available to students from certain Oxfordshire state schools who are offered an undergraduate place at the University. They are named after the place near Thame, Oxfordshire, where the founder of Lord Williams School lived, and reflect the historical connection between Lord Williams School and New College.