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Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine

Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine

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  • T.E.F. Ranking

    16,225

  • Guardian University Ranking

    South Kensington Campus

  • Tuition Fees

    London

  • Email

    Contacts link: www.imperial.ac.uk/study/ ug/apply/contact/

  • Website

    www.imperial.ac.uk

  • Telephone

    02075895111

Please see National Student Survey (NSS) data for this course below and latest student reviews for this university.

Latest reviews

Manchester is a brilliant city to study in, I really loved my chemistry course, it was taught well although organisation could have been better. Lecturers knew their stuff and you could approach them. The city is just awesome with loads to do. - Anonymous -

Lancaster is a lovely uni with lots of really friendly people. Staff are very approachable and will always help you. The course is good and enjoyable. Not a big name uni but has been a good experience. S H

It’s lots of fun being at University and Nottingham is a brilliant city. Wish we had more support but the teachers are really good if you do approach them. -Anonymous -

Pharmacology taught really well. Lecturers are friendly and help you if you get stuck. - Anonymous -

Ratings Submitted - Anonymous -

I enjoy my Management degree, but too much to do, Ive found the transition from college quite a steep learning curve. Colleges should prepare us better. - Anonymous -

V good course! lots of help. Prestigious university. A C

Good course, good career prospects, worth considering. H J

I like my course and it’s interesting. The content and organisation are of good quality. -Anonymous -

If you’re deciding between this uni and another choose this one, it’s got brilliant facilities, the city is really buzzing and there’s so much going on. Staff on my course are so helpful and I’ve met some fab friends, I’m so glad I chose this uni. -Anonymous -

This is a such a good company to learn new valuable skills and techniques. I really valued my time there. Michael Harrison

Loved my placement. Michael Harrison

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Location

Main Campus

Imperial College London

SW7 2AZ

About this University

Joining such a specialist community means studying what you love with people who love it too – all in the heart of one of the world's most exciting cities.

We're ranked joint second best university in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2014, making an Imperial degree highly valued by employers across the globe.

Our location in central London is a huge advantage in what we do: attracting the best minds from all corners of the world and setting us in the heart of a truly international community of employers. This paves the way for guest lectures from top industry experts, internships with major companies, industry-inspired project work and exciting careers.

Why Imperial?

Imperial College London is the only university in the UK to focus exclusively on science, engineering, medicine and business. Joining such a specialist community means studying what you love with people who love it too – all in the heart of one of the world's most exciting cities.

And it starts right here.

Global rankings

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016–17

* 3rd in Europe and 8th in the world

QS World University Rankings 2016–17

* 9th in the world

Academic Ranking of Top 500 World Universities 2016

* 22nd in the world

US News Best Global Universities

* 18th in the world

* 4th outside the US

Application Enquiries

Registry Admissions teams are responsible for the receipt and processing of all applications to Imperial College. Each team deals with admissions for different departments.

If you have submitted an application, have received an offer, or are waiting for a decision on an application, and you have a specific question relating to your application or offer, you should contact the appropriate Admissions team.

Engineering

The Departments of Aeronautics, Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Computing, School of Design Engineering, Earth Science & Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Materials and Mechanical Engineering.

engineering.admissions@imperial.ac.uk or +44 (0)20 7594 7243

Medicine

The School of Medicine.

medicine.ug.admissions@imperial.ac.uk or +44 (0)20 7594 7259

Natural Sciences

The Departments of Chemistry, Life Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics; the Centre for Environmental Policy, the Centre for Co-Curricular Studies and the Educational Development Unit.

ns.admissions@imperial.ac.uk or +44 (0)20 7594 7260

Centre for Academic English

Pre-sessional English programmes

presessional@imperial.ac.uk or +44 (0)20 7594 3478

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