Kellogg College, Oxford
Kellogg is one of the best colleges in the UK. The college is affiliated to the University of Oxford. It is a graduate college, which welcomes students of all ages aspiring to study at degree level. Kellogg is one of the leading colleges of Oxford. It offers degrees on a part-time basis.
Kellogg is one of the Oxford's largest and most international colleges. It is lively, vibrant and supportive intellectual committee. The college is committed to flexible learning and academic excellence.
Kellogg also has a strong body of full-time students based at a four acre site on the Banbury Road. The outstanding combination of student body affords full-time students the rare opportunity to study in a lively university atmosphere, and also to benefit from the experience of the College's mature students who, alongside their academic studies, work in various professions in a range of sectors.
Facilities for Students with Disabilities:
Kellogg College can make some provision for students with disabilities. Such students need to contact college for details. These students have wheelchair access available to the main college buildings.
- Student computer workroom with full internet access
- Network connections available in each study bedroom
- Wi-fi access available in meeting rooms, student common room and resource centre
Art, Music, Drama and Sport
- Though the college does not have its own sporting facilities, most of the students associated to university teams and clubs.
- The college has had various rowing and rugby Blues and has an affiliation with the Christ Church Boat Club that offers rowing at all levels.
- A number of events organized around part-time study.
- A single well-equipped Common Room providing an excellent opportunity for all students and fellows to mix freely at various college events.
- Compassion to the specific need of non-residential students to remain in touch with the life of the university and college.
Accommodation and Meals
- Accommodation for full-time students is positioned on the college site
- Occupancies run from mid-September to the end of the July, rents cover the basic cleaning and all utilities on a weekly basis, self-catering facilities provided
- Students are granted a dining allowance in order to encourage them to attend regular and more formal College dinners in the College dining hall
- Accommodation for special overnight stays by part-time students is available at the Rewley House Residential Centre, Wellington Square
Funding and Prizes
- Academic bursaries are available for part-time DPhil students
- Research grants available for students
- Harris Prize
- Hardship funds
Kellogg College has a strong and active MCR made up of part-time and full-time students. The MCR greets and meets returning and new students throughout the year. They keep students apprised of the dates of MCR issues, events and meetings related to students. Members sit on college committees comprising the Governing Body and an MCR officer liaises with Oxford University Student Union (OUSU) on behalf of the student body.
- Archaeology: Dr David Griffiths
- Architectural History: Professor Malcolm Airs, Dr Geoffrey Tyack, Dr Paul Barnwell
- Art History: Dr Catherine Oakes, Dr Claire O'Mahoney
Biological Sciences: Dr Charlotte Deane, Professor Michael Yudkin
- Biomedical Engineering: Dr Gari Clifford
- Business Management: Dr Javier Lezaun, Professor Jonathan Michie
- Computation/Software Engineering: Dr Alessandra Cavarra, Professor Jim Davies, Dr Jeremy Gibbons, Dr Ralf Hinze, Dr Andrew Martin, Dr Andrew Simpson, Dr Steve McKeever, Dr Niki Trigoni
- Computing Studies & Mathematics: Dr Robert Lockhart, Counselling &
- Psychodynamic Practice: Mr Alistair Ross, Ms Elsa Bell
- Education: Dr Chris Davies, Dr Geoff Hayward, Dr David Mills, Dr May Cheng, Dr Victoria Murphy
- English & English Literature: Dr David Grylls, Dr Clare Morgan, Mr John Simpson, Mr Edmund Weiner
- Health Care & Health Sciences: Dr Sasha Shepperd, Dr Amanda Burls
- Language & Cultural Studies: Dr Robert Vanderplank, Dr Charles Boyle
- Legal Studies: Dr Nazila Ghanea
- Local & Social History: Mr Chris Day, Dr Mark Smith
- Medical Sciences: Professor Tom Burns, Professor Christopher Pugh
- Modern History & Politics: Dr Tom Buchanan, Dr Angus Hawkins, Dr Christine Jackson, Dr Adrienne Rosen, Dr Elizabeth Gemmill
- Social Sciences: Mr Alan Hudson
- Sustainable Urban Development: Dr David Howard