New Student Information
Kellogg College, founded on March 1st 1990, is the University of Oxford’s most international graduate college. Our history is a unique story; read a brief overview of our foundation in the history section.
Our community of over 900 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. Students at Kellogg 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. 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 the People Finder.
Information for Freshers
Wondering when to arrive in Oxford? Or when you need to collect your University Card? Does Kellogg have any events programmed for Freshers? Have a look at the Arriving in Oxford page for some helpful information.
What is matriculation and is it compulsory? Find out everything you need to know on the University Ceremonies page.
For all health, welfare or disability related queries please read the Health, Welfare and Disability page, which also contains the contact details of College health and welfare personnel.
If you are an international student and need to open a UK bank account, then please refer to this page. Information about Council Tax exemption for full-time students living in Oxford can be found here.
If you have a question not covered by the pages in this section of the website, then please contact the Academic Office via firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)1865 612011
College news is published here and all College event information can be found in the events section. You can also find out about College news and events via Twitter and Facebook. The College is also on Instagram.
If you are interested to learn more about the history of the University of Oxford, click to watch a video in which our Emeritus Fellow Chris Day talks about the best way to understand this complex (sometimes bizarre) story: If I were you, I wouldn’t start from here: understanding Oxford through its past.