History, Affiliations & Rankings
Imperial College London started its journey as a higher education institution with the merging of the highly renowned Royal College of Science, Royal School of Mines and the City and Guilds College. A century into its existence as a scientific and technological higher education, Imperial College London is now home to 17,000 students and 8,000 staff. Imperial College boasts of being home to a 'high concentration of high-impact research'in the UK, among many more achievements and awards. Imperials efforts and dedication to becoming the best in the world offer the highest quality of education to aspiring science and technology researchers has been recognised by the renowned ranking organisations in the world. THE World University Rankings 2021 ranked Imperial College as the 3rd Best university in Europe and 11th best in the world, while QS World University Rankings 2022 recognised Imperial College as the 3rd Best in Europe and 7th Best in the world.
Infrastructure, Campus & Courses
Located across London and Southeast, Imperial College has different buildings across differents of the city. This expansive campus is thoroughly connected and easily accessible through public transport. Imperials name and recognition is proof enough for its state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure that offers the necessary resources and help to conduct the world-renowned research activities in science and technology. Students, both domestic and international, can choose between a variety of courses at Imperial College at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. The Imperial College London courses range in the fields of Science, Technology, Medicine and Business, which have been recognised for the application of its skills within the industries and enterprises.
Accomplishments & Alumni
Over the century of its existence, Imperial College has been successful in achieving many of its goals and have accomplished more in the field of research and study. Among them, Imperial College London is proud of its high concentration of high-impact research in the UK. Moreover, Imperial also has a Silver Athena Swan award, which is an award that recognises advancing womens careers in the academic fields of technology, science, maths, engineering and medicine. Additionally, Imperial College has been home to 14 Nobel Laureates and 3 Field Medallists. With 6,700 degrees being conferred each year, Imperial College London has a strong network of alumni members, many of whom are successful in their respective fields and contributing significantly to society. Among some of the notable alumni of Imperial College London include Rajiv Gandhi, Cyrus Mistry, John Ambrose Fleming, and many more.
Student Diversity & Visiting Companies
Imperial College London prides itself on being an international community that attracts undergraduates from over 125 countries. As per statistics, 60% of Imperials student community hail from countries abroad, of which 20% travel from one of the European countries. Imperial College believes that innovation blossoms when 'cultures collide and collaborate'. This belief makes Imperial College London a unique hub for innovators and thinkers to collaborate and push academia and research to the next level. Furthermore, to provide a safe and comfortable environment for the thousands of overseas students, a range of student support services at Imperial College London is offered to the international student community.
Imperial College London
South Kensington Campus, London SW7 2AZ, UK
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