The Somerville College Treasury is responsible for a multitude of jobs across College, from major capital projects to room bookings and rent. The important part for you to know is that we’re also here to support Somerville students by providing them with the financial information they need to study as well as helping out, when help is needed.
Financial Information for Current Students
Please use the links below to find out more about College Accommodation Charges, estimated living costs for the year and course fees.
If you have any questions about costs associated with Somerville, such as tuition fees, food charges and accommodation, then please contact our Treasury team.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR UK & EU UNDERGRADUATES 2022-23
FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR OVERSEAS GRADUATES 2022-23
FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR GRADUATE ENTRY MEDICS, UK 2022-23
FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR GRADUATE ENTRY MEDICS, OVERSEAS 2022-23
As part of our 360 degree commitment to student wellbeing, Somerville College has evolved into one of the most generous colleges in Oxford in terms of the financial support we offer. This support is available to prospective and current students, and covers everything from academic achievement to wellbeing, music and travel projects.
In short, if you find yourself struggling or your money worries are preventing you from concentrating on your studies, then we want to help.
Visit our Funding & Opportunities pages
Contact our COLLEGE ACCOUNTANT to discuss financial hardship
The Treasury Team
Diane BerryPayroll Officer
Ian WooldridgeSenior Treasury Assistant (Battels and Cashbook)
Yan LiTreasury Assistant (Purchase Ledger)
Paul FrancisExecutive Assistant to the Treasurer
Elaine BoormanCollege Accountant
Elaine and the Treasury team are responsible for the College accounts, banking and finances, for student fees and battels, for payments to suppliers, for invoicing, for loans and grants to students including vacation and hardship grants, and for general advice on financial matters, particularly in cases of financial difficulty.
Andrew ParkerTreasurer and Domestic Bursar
As Treasurer and Domestic Bursar, Andrew Parker is responsible for the College’s finances and investments including legacies, building projects and maintenance, and commercial property, as well as Human Resources, health and safety, the College gardens, and the Bursary.
Andrew, who is a qualified accountant, has had an extensive career in Finance and Administration. From 1988-2002 he was Finance Director of Oxford University Press, as well as Group Financial Controller and Interim Managing Director of OUP’s International Division. From 2003 to 2013 he was Director of Finance and Administration at the Royal Shakespeare Company, with responsibility for Finance, HR, IT, Estates and Health & Safety, as part of the senior executive team.