Frequently Asked Questions

Can you send me a College Prospectus?

Kellogg College does not produce a prospectus but you can read our profile in the online University of Oxford Graduate prospectus here.

How can I apply to Kellogg College?

As with all graduate colleges, you must be accepted by a department/faculty before we can consider your application. Please apply directly to the University of Oxford; you can indicate on the application form that Kellogg College is your first choice if you wish. Visit the How to Apply page for further information.

How will I hear about the outcome of my application?

If Kellogg offers you a place then you will hear directly from us by email. If your application to Kellogg is unsuccessful then it will be passed onto another college for consideration.

What is the College fee?

The college fee covers academic facilities and other services that are provided by the College, it does not include accommodation or meals. The College fee for 2015/16 can be found on our Fees and Funding page.

What sort of proof of funding do I need to provide?

Please see our Fees and Funding page for information on the Financial Declaration.

Will I be offered accommodation?

We have both residential and short-term accommodation available for students at our site in North Oxford. All information can be found in the accommodation pages of this site.

Can I bring my family/partner?

Kellogg College is unable to offer accommodation suitable for families or couples. If you wish to bring your family/partner with you then you should consider applying for appropriate housing from the University’s Accommodation Office. See here for more details.

What about the EU referendum result?

For the most up to date news, statements and policy announcements from the University about the result of the EU referendum please visit this page.

If you are a current EU student or an EU student intending to apply for entry in the academic year 2017/18, or holding an offer for deferred entry in 2017/18

Further information about fees, funding and immigration status can be found here.

Kellogg College is an international and egalitarian College and it goes without saying that our values of friendship and inclusion remain unchanged.