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For the part-time MSc in Precision Cancer Medicine the cost of study at Oxford falls into three categories 1) the annual course fee  2) the cost of travel and/or visa to visit Oxford for the mandatory Residential Week in year two and 3) the potential cost of living in Oxford to undertake the dissertation in year two (optional). Visit the University of Oxford Fees and Funding web pages for up-to-date information on the cost of study at Oxford. The fees for the course can be found on our Graduate Admissions page

It is also important to consider other costs that you might incur as part of your application, for example, to cover the cost of English language tests. This course requires proficiency in English at the higher level.

Information about visa and immigration requirements for part-time international students can be found on the University of Oxford Student Visa & Immigration webpage.


The University offers a variety of scholarship programmes based on academic excellence, to give the brightest applicants from around the world the opportunity to pursue graduate study. Over 700 fully-funded scholarships are available for new graduate students in 2021 from the University, our colleges and supporters.

Please note that University Scholarships are open to part-time students. Please take a look at our Fees, Funding and Scholarship site and input your details to see what options may be open to you. As some funders have specific requirements the Oncology Graduate Studies Office are unable to advise further.  

Most fully funded opportunities at Oxford are only available to students about to start a new course. Once you are registered as a student, there are very few substantive scholarships available, so it is vital to explore your options early.

Academic Futures is a series of scholarship programmes that will address underrepresentation and help improve equality, diversity and inclusion in our graduate student body. You simply need to submit your completed application by the 8th January deadline, and if you are eligible you'll automatically be considered. Please take a look at the website for eligibility criteria and further information. 


All complete applications received by 12 noon (UK time) on Friday 8 January 2021 will automatically be considered for all relevant competitive University and funding opportunities, including the Clarendon Fund and various College funds. Please refer to the Funding and Costs webpage for each course for further details relating to funded scholarships and divisional funding opportunities.  

Funded studentships are highly competitive and are awarded to the highest ranked applicant(s) based on the advertised entry requirements for each course.


** University fees rise by approximately 3% each year