Imperial College London
[threecol_two]Imperial College London was formed by the 1907 merger of Royal College of Science, Royal School of Mines and City & Guilds College. It became a college of the University of London in 1908, awarding University of London degrees, until becoming an independent university in 2007, its 100th birthday. It is a member of the Russell Group.
Consistently rated amongst the world’s best universities, Imperial College London is a science-based institution with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research.
Imperial students have many opportunities to study, work or undertake research abroad. International opportunities may take the form of an international summer school, a Year Abroad as part of a degree programme, an international internship, or a research placement at one of the College’s partner institutions.
Courses on Offer
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Design Engineering
- Earth Science and Engineering
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Materials Imperial College London.
- Mechanical Engineering
- School of Medicine Imperial College London.
- Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Singapore
- Life Sciences Imperial College London.
Business and Humanities
- Imperial College Business School
- Centre for Co-Curricular Studies
International Student Support Imperial College London.
The International Student Support team provides specialist immigration advice to prospective and current Imperial College students, with particular expertise in Tier 4 Student Visas, Student Visitor Visas and options to remain in the UK to work after study.
This team also contributes to the College Welcome, running orientation workshops and events for new international students, as well as other support activities throughout the year to enhance the international student experience.
Accommodation Imperial College London.
Imperial College London has a wide range of accommodation which caters for different tastes and budgets from modern purpose-built halls to converted Victorian town houses. The halls vary in their location and character and each has its own individual atmosphere and social life.
The welcoming environment in our halls allows you to develop a sense of home and community. Each hosts a variety of social opportunities throughout the academic year from barbeques and movie nights to ice skating in Hyde Park and sports events.
You can compare all the halls by using the link to the right, or scroll down to find out more information about each individual hall. There are three halls in Prince’s Gardens and five halls in Evelyn Gardens, so don’t forget to find out what these areas have to offer as well.
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|QS World University Ranking:||2nd|
|Number of students:||14,000|
|Times Higher Education Ranking:||9th in the World|