Imperial College London


Imperial College London is a public school founded in the year 1907. Before 2007, the university was a college of the University of London. Several campuses in and around London make up this science-focused university. The main campus is in South Kensington, a part of Central London, where the Natural History Museum and other cultural and educational institutions are located.

Imperial College London is one of the top universities in the UK, focusing exclusively on engineering, science, medicine and business. This university is consistently ranked among the UK's top 5 universities.

All departments at Imperial College come under four main faculties: the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Natural Sciences, and Imperial College Business School.


Imperial College has a large population of over 17,000 students, of which 54 percent are undergraduates, and 46 percent are postgraduates.

This university has a diverse student and staff community with undergraduates from more than 125 countries worldwide.

Imperial is one of the most international universities in the world. In 2019-20, 59 percent of its students were from outside the UK, and more than 140 countries are currently represented on campus. And the students from outside the European Union must pay more for tuition.


Imperial College London accommodates around 2,500 first-year undergraduates, including single and twin rooms in their residence hall. And the graduated students who are studying at the Silwood Park campus (25 miles west of Central London) of Imperial College can also live on campus.

Most halls have single or double rooms, and some have their bathroom and shower. The rooms have basic furniture and access to kitchens and bathrooms that are shared. All rooms have access to the internet and the Imperial network. Most of them are considered some of the newest student halls at universities in London.

Most of the people living in college or university housing are first-year students. Most older students and postgraduates find accommodation in the private sector. The college private housing office can help them with this. A small number of students can still live in halls after their first year if they become "hall seniors", and a small number of returning students can live in the Evelyn Garden halls.


  • Rank #12 by World University Ranking 2022
  • Rank #23 by World Reputation Ranking 2021
  • Rank #14 by European Teaching Ranking 2019
  • Rank #30 by Graduate Employability Ranking 2022
  • Rank #223 in Arts & Humanities by QS World University Ranking 2022


Imperial College London
Exhibition Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 2BX, United Kingdom

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