Imperial College London
- Average Tution GBP 28,000
- Acceptance Rate 15.2%
- Students 15,317
- Student-Faculty Ratio 11.3:1
Imperial College was formed in 1907, when the Royal College of Science, the Royal School of Mines and the City & Guilds College were merged. Today, Imperial is home to 14,700 students and 8,000 staff. The college attracts undergraduates from more than 125 countries and awards 6100 degrees every year.
The College boasts, 14 Nobel laureates and two Fields Medallists as alumni. To its credit, Imperial is a progressive college; it holds a Silver Athena Swan award, which recognises advancing women’s careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine in academia.
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Times World University Rankings 8
Complete University Guide (UK) 4
QS Rankings (Global) 8
SchoolApply Ranking 11
The Guardian 7
- Minimum incoming TOEFL 92
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50
Established in 1907
Imperial has the greatest concentration of high-impact research of any major UK university.
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1983-1985, BSc (Eng)
I graduated back in 1985 and recently attended the 30 Year reunion of the Mechanical Engeering Class of 85. There's not doubt that it was and continues to be a very demanding and tough course. That said the rewards are high and even now people continue to be impressed that I hold an Imperial College Engineering Degree. Whether you end up fully utilizing your engineering knowledge or not, successfully completing an Imperial College degree stands out on your resume.
Excellent educational experience. Great scientists teaching the most advanced topics.
I studied for my BSc at Imperial and continued on for my PhD in High Energy Physics. I still use the lessons I learned there. The work was challenging and I have always been grateful that they demanded (and encouraged) the best from me. I have never forgotten being told that the purpose of an education is to teach you to think.
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