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An introduction to Imperial College London. Helen Challis International Office. www.imperial.ac.uk. The resulting museums on the South Kensington Campus. The Science Museum The Victoria and Albert Museum. The Natural History Museum The Royal Albert Hall. Imperial College.

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an introduction to imperial college london

An introduction to Imperial College London

Helen Challis

International Office

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www.imperial.ac.uk

The resulting museums on the South Kensington Campus

The Science Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum

The Natural History Museum

The Royal Albert Hall

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Imperial College

www.imperial.ac.uk

14,000 students

9,000 undergrads

5,000 postgrads

3,300 academic staff

49% students from outside UK

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14 Nobel Prize Winners and one Field’s medallist

Denis Gabor:

Holography

Andrew Huxley:

NerveImpulses

Simon

Donaldson:

Algebreic

geometry

Alexander Fleming:

Penicillin

Rodney Porter:

Stucture of Antibodies

AbdusSalam:

Theoretical Physics

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What can you study?

www.imperial.ac.uk

Undergraduate

BSc (3 yrs)

MSci (4 yrs)

BEng (3 yrs)

MEng (4 yrs)

MBBS (6 yrs)

Postgraduate

MSc (1 yr)

MRes (1 yr)

PhD (3-4 yrs)

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www.imperial.ac.uk

Undergraduate

Study Abroad

Or

Student Exchange schemes

Through Global Educational Links

How do you apply?

Postgraduate

Apply directly

Online

Ongoing admission

Research supervisor

Academic references

English Language

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www.imperial.ac.uk

Fees: Undergraduate

From £22,500 – year

Where fees apply

How much does it cost?

Fees: Postgraduate

From £18,500 - year

Cost of Living

£1,000 / month (approx)

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www.imperial.ac.uk

What can you study?

Engineering

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www.imperial.ac.uk

What can you study?

Medicine

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www.imperial.ac.uk

What can you study?

Business

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www.imperial.ac.uk

What can you study?

Natural Sciences

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In the Department of Chemistry

MRes in Green Chemistry

MRes in Nanomaterials

MSc in Theory & Simulations

(see also: Physics)

MRes in Plastic Electronics

(see also: Physics)

9 physics based taught masters
9 Physics Based Taught Masters
  • Shock Physics
  • Optics and Photonics
  • Quantum Fields & Fundamental Forces
  • General Physics
  • Theory and Simulation of Materials
  • Controlled Quantum Dynamics
  • Photonics
  • Plastic Electronics
  • Plasmonics and Metamaterials
  • http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/physics/admissions/pg/msc
http www3 imperial ac uk mathematics admissions msccourseinformation
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http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/mathematics/admissions/msccourseinformation

life sciences
Life Sciences
  • Molecular Biosciences
  • Cell & Molecular Biology
  • Ecology & Evolution
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UK best student orchestra

www.imperial.ac.uk

What can you study?

What is it like to be a student at Imperial?

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Arts Festival

www.imperial.ac.uk

What can you study?

What is it like to be a student at Imperial?

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Olympics London 2012– Will Smith and Team GB at Ethos

Russian and Japanese Teams trained at these facilities

www.imperial.ac.uk

What can you study?

What is it like to be a student at Imperial?

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www.imperial.ac.uk

What can you study?

What is it like to be a student at Imperial?

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www.imperial.ac.uk

What is it like to be a student at Imperial?

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Graduation in the Albert Hall

www.imperial.ac.uk

What can you study?

What is it like to be a student at Imperial?

www imperial ac uk
www.imperial.ac.uk

Alumni

Brian May

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Virtual tours, blogs – find out first hand.

www.imperial.ac.uk

What is it like to be a student at Imperial?

What can you study?

www.imperial.ac.uk/interact

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www.imperial.ac.uk

Thank you

www.imperial.ac.uk/interact

Postgraduate Open Day: 5 Dec 2013More information at:www.imperial.ac.ukVisit us www.imperial.ac.uk/[email protected]

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How do you apply?

  • On-line application
  • No set deadlines ( but courses may fill by Spring )
  • Deadlines for scholarships – earlier
  • Courses begin late Sept/early Oct
  • 2course choices
  • References
  • Previous qualifications
  • English Language
  • Personal statement

MSc/Taught Masters

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PhD Studies

www.imperial.ac.uk

How do you apply?

  • Contact potential supervisor directly
  • See website for details of supervisors/topics
  • Apply on-line
  • Give details of supervisor and topic
  • No deadline- can start any time of year
  • May be a deadline for scholarships
  • English Language
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www.imperial.ac.uk

Postgraduate Funding

Research specific sponsorship available from department/ supervisor

Country specific scholarships eg: Marshall, Fulbright, Lee Family, CSC Imperial, A*Star, CONACYT, Santander ( see website for others )

Industry or charity sponsorship eg: Shell, BP, Rolls Royce, Santander, Samsung, CRUK, Welcome Trust, etc.

Scholarships available directly from the College eg: Rector’s Scholarship and others

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