Imperial College of London Key Information:-
•Formally known: The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
•Also known as: Imperial College London
•Established: July 08, 1907
•Motto: "Scientia imperii decus et tutamen" (Knowledge is the adornment and protection of the Empire)
•Address: London SW7 2AZ, United Kingdom
•Type: Public Research University
•Available study options: Undergraduate/Graduate and Research Programs
• Rector: Sir Keith O'Nions
• Visitor: Lord President of the Council
•Student Acceptance Rate: 16.3 percent (2013)
•Affiliation:Association of Commonwealth Universities/Association of MBAs/European Quality Improvement System/G5/League of European Research Universities/Oak Ridge Associated Universities/Russell Group
Imperial College London Highlights:-
• This public research university specializes in science, engineering, medicine and business.
• Consistenly ranked among the "top universities in the world" the university's graduates are respected and valued the world over.
• This varsity is organized into four main faculties within which they are 40 departments, institutes and research centers.
• Imperial continues to maintain an uncomprised excellence in teaching and research.
• The institution's total income from research grants and contracts is the second highest of any research university.
• The university's dedicated Technology Transfer Company "Imperial Innovations" encourages its staff to commercialize their research
• Imperial is amongst the most selective universities in the UK.
• Major center for biomedical research
•Along with Cambridge and Oxford, Imperial College forms the "golden triangle of british universities."
Imperial College Faculty:-
Imperial College Faculty both present and past consists of notable academicians and persons of repute the world over.
Imperial College London Admissions
Imperial College Admission:-
How to apply for Imperial College Under graduate Admission ?
There are three types of applicant:
1. Students at a school or college registered with UCAS
All UK schools and colleges (and a small number of establishments overseas) are registered with UCAS to manage their students' applications.Advice is available from your teacher or a careers adviser at your school or college. You need to fill in an online application and submit it to a member of staff. After checking your details, and having added the academic reference, your school or college submits the completed application online to UCAS. You pay online using a credit card or debit card. You may also be able to pay through your school or college.
2. Independent applicants in the UK
Other UK applicants who are not at school or college must apply online independently. It is likely that you cannot readily seek advice from your teacher, but can instead consult with various careers organisations (such as Connexions). You are responsible for paying the correct application fee, for obtaining and attaching the academic reference and for submitting the completed application online to UCAS.
3. International applicants outside the UK (EU and worldwide)
If your school or college is registered with UCAS you will be able to apply the same way as UK students; otherwise individuals from the EU (excluding the UK) and worldwide will need to apply online independently. Advice is normally available from your school or college. You are responsible for paying the correct application fee, for obtaining and attaching the academic reference and for submitting the completed application online to UCAS.
Applicants for Medicine can make up to four choices for medical courses on the UCAS form. Your remaining choices can be used for alternative subjects without prejudice to the commitment to medicine. Applicants intending to include non-medical choices are encouraged to consider other courses available at the College.
How to apply for Imperial College Graduate Admission ?
Please consult the relevant departmental and course information to view the course specification, research areas and entry requirements. If you are applying for a PhD degree, you are advised to contact a potential supervisor before making a formal application.
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Imperial College Academic Year:
• Autumn Term: Saturday 4 October to Friday 19 December 2014
• Spring Term: Saturday 10 January to Friday 27 March 2015
• Summer Term: Saturday 25 April to Friday 26 June 2015
Imperial College Tuition Fee:-
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Imperial College London Infrastructure
Imperial College London Infrastructure:-
Imperial College's main campus is located in South Kensington area of central London. The other two campuses of the university are located in Silwood Park (near Ascot in Berkshire) and at Wye (near Ashford in Kent). Imperial College London Infrastructure comprises of both gothic english and mordern architecture. The university offers seperate facilities for faculties of Engineering, Research and Medicine. Sports facilities at IC include four gyms, two swimming pools and two sports halls. Imperial College owns and manages twenty halls of residence in Inner London, Ealing, Ascot and Wye. Over three thousand rooms are available, guaranteeing first year undergraduates a place in college residences. The University also has three student bars at South Kensington campus, one at the Imperial College Union and one at Eastside.
Imperial College Student Life and Activities:-
Imperial College Union, the students' union at Imperial College, is run by five full-time sabbatical officers elected from the student body for a tenure of one year, and a number of permanent members of staff. The Union is given a large subvention by the university, much of which is spent on maintaining around 300 clubs, projects and societies. The Student media of Imperial College includes Imperial College Radio, STOIC (Student Television of Imperial College). Felix is the free student newspaper of Imperial. The college owns and manages twenty halls of residence in Inner London, Ealing, Ascot and Wye which serves as student housing.
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Imperial College London Rankings
Imperial is consistently ranked one of the top universities in the world and most rankings place it among the top ten universities globally.
ARWU(2013, national): Rank 04
ARWU (2013, world): Rank 24
QS (2013/14, national): Rank 03
QS (2013/14, world): Rank 05
Times Higher Education (2013/14, national): Rank 03
Times Higher Education (2013/14, world): Rank 10
The Reputation (2014, national): Rank 03The Reputation (2014, world): Rank 13
Complete (2015, national): Rank 06
The Guardian (2015, national): Rank 05
Times/Sunday Times (2014, national): Rank 05
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