About Kellogg College
Kellogg College, founded on March 1st 1990, is the University of Oxford’s largest and most international graduate college. Our history is unique; read a brief overview of our foundation in the history section, or for more depth, take a look at our 25th Anniversary mini-site, which was written by College members.
Our community of over 1,000 students is a vibrant blend of part-time and full-time graduates, following 110 programmes of study from across the University’s four academic divisions and the Department for Continuing Education. Our students come from around 90 countries, making us a truly global academic community. The research conducted by our Fellows, Research Members of Common Room, Research Centre Associates, and students has global impact.
Kellogg College transforms lives by creating and promoting opportunities for lifelong and flexible learning, extending access to the University of Oxford by reaching out beyond the traditional full-time, residential student community. Our students benefit from studying and researching alongside their peers, who are actively engaged in careers across a range of industries whilst studying for a post-graduate degree at Oxford.
The community at Kellogg is what makes our College a unique and inspiring atmosphere in which to work and study. For biographies and contact details of our key people please refer to our People Finder. Our aims and values are clearly identified in the Academic Vision statement for Kellogg College.
The main entrance to college for members and visitors, which is open from 08:00 to 19:15 every day, is located between 60 and 62 Banbury Road.