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Viva versus the Virus – Examinations in the time of Corona

March 31, 2020

Worried about exams during Covid-19? DPhil student Claire Macht talks us through her online Viva Voce experience and shares the tips that made it a positive experience for her.

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How my Kellogg Research Support Grant helped me

February 13, 2020

Lur Alghurabi explains how she has benefited from her Kellogg College Research Support Grant.

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If you think you’re not ‘good enough’ for Oxford...

February 11, 2020

Not everyone who studies at Oxford gets here the conventional way. If you think you’re not ‘good enough’ for Oxford, read on…

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Reflections on hosting a Quick-fire Q&A for Emerging Writers

January 7, 2020

Mariah Whelan is an alumna of Kellogg College graduating from the MSt in Creative Writing in 2013. In this blog she reflects on one of her passions: running cross-community professional development events for writers.

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Kellogg has made graduate study more open and accessible... and feels like it was created for me and others like me

November 29, 2019

Steve Hocking is studying part-time for a DPhil in Global and Imperial History at Kellogg. We wanted to find out what it was that brought Steve back to the world of academia, and to Kellogg in particular.

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Brigitte Whitehead: My first week at Kellogg

October 10, 2019

Brigitte starts at Kellogg this year as a part-time student studying for an MSc in English Local History. Here she tells us of her introduction to Kellogg during Welcome Weeks.

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The climb up Mont Blanc was arduous but beautiful…

September 13, 2019

Kellogg student James Tufnell, took a break from his two jobs and his studies, to take on an epic climb of Mont Blanc, in aid of charity.

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Predictability of Financial Crises: EMBA student Sebastian Petric explains his new book

September 12, 2019

Kellogg EMBA student and investment professional, Sebastian Petric’s gives a brief explanation of the findings of his research for his new book, "Predictability of Financial Crises: The Impact of Fundamental, Policy-induced and Institutional Vulnerabilities on China Compared to Other Emerging Markets"

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