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Challenging the Government's net migration target

Dr Carlos Vargas-Silva, a Research Member of Common Room at Kellogg College and senior researcher at Oxford University's Migration Observatory, has commented on the UK’s net migration figures in the national press. 
He says in The Huffington Post: "Net migration has increased again, and is now close to the levels when the current Government took office, suggesting that the Government's net migration target of under 100,000 is now effectively impossible to hit.

A Quarter of a Century of Kellogg College

Kellogg College turns twenty-five in March 2015: this makes us the youngest college at Oxford. However, we are now also one of the largest with over 800 students. Our pride in our students and their achievements is unparalleled, and we look forward to celebrating this milestone with them, and with members of our community over the coming year.

Fellow awarded by the British Educational Research Association (BERA)

Our congratulations go to Kellogg Fellow and University Lecturer in Human Geography Johanna Waters, who has been awarded the Brian Simon Fellowship for 2014. This award was made by the British Educational Research Association (BERA). The fellowship includes funding for an 18-month qualitative study into internationalisation within secondary schools in England, to commence in September 2014.

Alumnus to compete at the Commonwealth Games

Kellogg Alumnus Tom Mitchell (2012) is playing in the Rugby Union Sevens team for England in the Commonwealth Games. Tom, who won his Blue in 2011 at Twickenham, is the IRB Sevens Player of the Year nominee and the HSBC Sevens World Series highest point-scorer, and he is also captain of the Rugby Union Sevens team. The matches take place at the Ibrox Stadium over the weekend of July 26-27 and will be broadcast live on the BBC. 

Britain's immigration debate must address three key issues

Kellogg Fellow and Associate Professor of Political Economy Martin Ruhs, who is also a member of the UK’s Migration Advisory Committee, discusses three key issues which the UK needs to address in the debate over migration in a blog post for The Spectator. His article notes that over the past year he has been developing an online course on international labour migration for Oxford University.

Upcoming Events

Mon, 15 Sep: Graduation

Mon, 15/09/2014 - 9:30am - 3:00pm

Another cohort of Kellogg students celebrate their academic success!
Attendance by invitation only.

Sat, 20 Sep: Deadly Devices and Dangerous Drugs, the Secrets Behind Medical Research

Sat, 20/09/2014 - 4:30pm - 6:00pm

A talk hosted by Kellogg College and the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, at the University Museum of Natural History, as part of the University's Alumni Weekend. This talk is open to the public, all can attend.

Sat, 20 Sep: Gaudy Dinner 2014

Sat, 20/09/2014 - 6:45pm - 10:00pm

Celebrate 25 years of Kellogg College at this Gaudy Dinner during the University Alumni Weekend. 

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