IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON
Approximately 18,000 students
QS Ranking (2023)
Imperial College London is a public research university in London, England. It is one of the most prestigious universities in the world, and is consistently ranked among the top 10 universities in the QS World University Rankings and the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Imperial is a world-leading center for science, engineering, medicine, and business. It is home to some of the world’s most renowned scientists and engineers, and its research has a major impact on society.
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Total Students: 17,000
Percentage of International Students: 25%
- The college focuses exclusively on science, technology and medicine, with its main campus located in South Kensington. Dating back to the Royal College of Chemistry’s foundation in 1845, Imperial grew out of Prince Albert’s vision of an area for culture, including the Royal Albert Hall, Imperial Institute, numerous museums, and the Royal Colleges that would go on to form the college In 1907, Imperial College was established by Royal Charter, merging the Royal College of Science, Royal School of Mines, and City and Guilds College.
- Imperial is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, European University Association, Global Alliance of Technological Universities, League of European Research Universities and the Russell Group. It is a founding member of the Imperial College academic health sciences centre, the Francis Crick Institute and MedCity.
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Dyson School of Design Engineering
- Earth Science & Engineering
- Electrical & Electronic Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Centre for Environmental Policy
- Life Sciences
- Brain Sciences
- Immunology and Inflammation
- Infectious Disease
- Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction
- Surgery and Cancer
- Institute of Clinical Sciences
- National Heart and Lung Institute
- School of Public Health
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Careers- All activities will be delivered remotely, including 1-2-1 appointments, workshops and seminars. A small number of events have been cancelled in line with government advice. To access these services and for further details, please view the Careers site.
Chaplaincy- The Chaplaincy will be running remote 1-2-1 pastoral support sessions and weekly mindfulness meditation sessions via Zoom. To access these services and for further details, please view the Chaplaincy site.
Counselling and Mental Health Advice Service- The Counselling and Mental Health Advice Service remains open and will be undertaking a brief transition period to ensure that they can continue to deliver a safe and clinically appropriate service to users. All current service users will be contacted individually with further information about their ongoing support. New service users may experience a slightly longer wait than normal to receive an initial appointment while we ensure that the team is fully equipped to offer remote sessions. To access these services and for further details, please view the Counselling and Mental Health Advice Service site.
Disability Advisory Service- All students who are currently registered with the Disability Advisory Service will continue to receive support from staff remotely via email, telephone and Skype. The service are not conducting any screenings or diagnostic assessments at present, however you should still request an appointment and someone will be in touch as soon as possible. To access these services and for further details, please view the Disability Advisory Service site.
Sexual Violence Support- The Sexual Violence Liaison Officers will continue to offer remote advice to students who are registered with the service. New service users may experience a slightly longer wait than normal to receive an initial appointment while we ensure that the team is fully equipped to offer remote support. To access these services and for further details, please view the Sexual Violence Support site.
Support in Halls- All Imperial-managed halls of residence will remain open, even as the College transitions towards remote working. It may be necessary to reduce some of the services within halls, however we remain committed to ensuring your safety and security.
Imperial College owns and manages twenty-one halls of residence in Inner London, Acton, and Ascot. Over three thousand rooms are available, guaranteeing first year undergraduates a place in College residences.
The majority of halls offer single or twin accommodation with some rooms having en suite facilities. Bedrooms are provided with basic furniture and with access to shared kitchens and bathrooms. All rooms come with internet access and access to the Imperial network. Most of them are considered among the newest student halls at London universities.
List of Halls of Residence:
- South Kensington
- Beit Hall
- Eastside Halls
- Linstead Hall
- Gabor Hall
- Wilkinson Hall
- Southside Halls
- Falmouth Hall
- Selkirk Hall
- Tizard Hall
- Keogh Hall
- Evelyn Gardens
- Holbein Hall
- Southwell Hall
- Willis Jackson Hall
- Parsons House
- Pembridge Hall
- Putney Boathouse
- Wilson House
- Woodward Buildings
Imperial’s main campus is based in South Kensington. Notable buildings include the Royal College of Science, the Royal School of Mines, the Business School, and the Queen’s Tower, which sits is at the heart of the campus. As part of Albertopolis, a cultural centre based on the vision of Prince Albert, the campus is surrounded by many of London’s most popular cultural attractions including the Royal Albert Hall and Kensington Palace, museums including the Natural History Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, and Science Museum, and institutions such as the Royal College of Art, the Royal College of Music, and the National Art Library.The campus has many restaurants and cafés run by the college, and contains much of the student accommodation, including the Prince’s Garden Halls, and Beit Hall, home to the college union, which runs student pubs, a nightclub, and a cinema on site.
A second major campus has started opening in White City, to the west of the main campus, providing an innovation hub for the college, including research facilities and commercialisation space, as well as postgraduate accommodation. The chemistry department moved much of its research to the new Molecular Sciences Research Hub on the campus in 2018, with further departments and industry partners moving to the campus and surrounding area over the coming years. The campus is also home to the Invention Rooms, a college hackerspace andcommunity outreach centre. The area hosts a number of biotechnology companies in the Imperial White City Incubator and the Open Cell biotech hub.
Silwood Park is a postgraduate campus of Imperial located in the village of Sunninghill near Ascot in Berkshire. The Silwood Park campus includes a centre for research and teaching in ecology, evolution, and conservation set in 100 ha of parkland where ecological field experiments are conducted, and contains student halls for students studying for a degree on the site.
- Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood
- Abdus Salam
- Sir Alexander Flaming
- Sir William Crookes
- Thomas Huxley
- Sir John Pendry
- G. Wells
- Geoffrey Wilkinson
- Peter Higgs
- Robert Winston
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