Residential: Standard (shared bathroom facilities) - £4,380
Fees include tuition (2 seminars and the daily lecture programme); access to IT facilities and libraries; accommodation in a standard single room with shared bathroom facilities for the nights of Sunday 30 June to Friday 19 July 2024 inclusive; meals in hall from dinner on Sunday 30 June to breakfast on Saturday 20 July 2024 (except lunch on Saturdays and Sundays).
Residential: En suite (private bathroom facilities) - £4,765
Fees include tuition (2 seminars and the daily lecture programme); access to IT facilities and libraries; accommodation in a single en suite room with private shower and toilet for the nights of Sunday 30 June to Friday 19 July 2024 inclusive; meals in hall from dinner on Sunday 30 June to breakfast on Saturday 20 July 2024 (except lunch on Saturdays and Sundays).
Non-residential - £2,255
Fees include tuition (2 seminars and the daily lecture programme); access to IT facilities and libraries; no accommodation; lunch Monday-Friday, and the programme's formal opening and closing dinners on Sunday 30 June and Friday 19 July 2024, respectively.
There are no sources of funding (scholarships, bursaries, etc) available for applicants.
Invoicing and payment
Successful applicants who accept their offer of a place on the summer school will be invoiced for the appropriate programme fee once they have been formally enrolled on the programme.
Invoices will be emailed to students together with full instructions for payment. Fees may be paid online with a credit or debit card, or by bank transfer.
Students are required to pay the full fee within 30 days of the date on which their invoice was issued. Late applicants (see "Apply for this course", below) are required to pay the full fee within 7 days of their invoice date.
Please note that:
When you have paid your fees
Your place on the summer school is confirmed as soon as your payment is received by OUDCE.
You will receive a receipt for your payment: an automated email from email@example.com if paid online, or via email from firstname.lastname@example.org if paid by bank transfer.
The Programme Administrator will provide all non-UK/Irish nationals enrolled on the summer school with a standard format pdf letter by email confirming enrolment and course details (see "Level and demands", below).
All enrolments are subject to OUDCE's Short Selective Course Terms and Conditions.
By accepting your offer of a place on the summer school you enter into your contract with the University.
You have the right to cancel your contract at any time within 14 days, beginning on the day you accepted the offer. You will receive a full refund of any payments you have made within those 14 days.
If you cancel your place at any time after the expiry of the 14-day period you will not be entitled to a refund.
You need to purchase travel insurance to cover the programme fee, travel costs, and any other expenses incurred.
If you wish to cancel your place on the summer school you must inform the Programme Administrator by email at email@example.com
OUDCE reserves the right to alter details of any course should illness or any other emergency prevent a tutor from teaching, and to cancel a course or seminar if exceptionally low enrolment would make it educationally unviable.