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Largest College in Oxford University

Kellogg College - and yes, it is named after the original benefactor, William Keith Kellogg... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2018
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Oxford, United Kingdom
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Located on the Banbury Road in Oxford is Kellogg college that offers study and courses to mostly... read more

Reviewed 5 February 2018
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Reviewed 12 May 2017

The truth is that you mainly get to enjoy this (or any college) if you are a member of it (student, staff). Kellogg is a really friendly college with a range of extra curricular activities and interesting talks. The atmosphere is really pleasant and welcoming, and people are very open and friendly. I have been to formal halls here and I can confirm that the food is exceptionally good.

A get-together area which is a separate building called ´The Hub´ has just opened (May 2017) -- it is a very pleasant cafeteria with good and healthy food, and an MCR, it is really pleasant.

Thank Diego M
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Reviewed 16 November 2016 via mobile

As a part time student no longer in the first flush of youth this is the best place to be. I really didn't want to be the mature student surrounded by teenagers so Kellogg fits the bill. Food is excellent, the buildings and accommodation is more modern than most colleges but that's not a bad thing. I like to look at old buildings but I wouldn't want to live in one! College staff are used to dealing with vaguely bemused occasional visitors so part timers like me don't feel like we don't belong. A very inclusive welcoming environment.

1  Thank Erylthinks
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Reviewed 5 July 2016

No doubt the most brilliant place to be in. I agree with some of the reviewers that there isn't much to do in Kellogg but there is a way around it. I usually look at different calendars before visiting Kellogg. There is always something going on in Oxford. If nothing is going on then create an event of your own. Organise one. Its a lot of fun. You will be surprised that people will always turn up (if you have advertised it properly). Food is not bad at Kellogg. Apparently its the best food compared to other colleges but I haven't been to any other so can't compare. Its a highly recommended college to join.

1  Thank WestbourneJ
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Reviewed 19 September 2014

Nice modern facilities, the breakfast has some really good choices, including pastries, porridge, and cereal. The bar is nice, and the staff are friendly, the lunch and dinner are also are a really good quality, and is on par with any local restaurant.

1  Thank Zoe R
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Reviewed 29 December 2012

Kellogg offers very good one day and longer extra-curricular courses for the general public but the buildings aren't at all intersting.

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