Imperial is a great university for STEM students. For each department there are several useful facilities for students to use should they need them, such as computer labs, workshops and research facilities should they need and have it granted for use. Additionally, the library has an incredible number of resources at your disposal for any field you’re interested in, and a dedicated staff that can help you locate what you are looking for. Aside from academics, the university has space for playing music, they’re own cheaper and well-equiped gym for students, and a full building dedicated for union operations and activities. The university is also located in South Kensington so you can easily enjoy museums next door, and find almost everything within 30 minutes of travel ranging from all cuisines. cultural hotspots, parks, leisure locations and landmarks. College accommodation is also within this range, meaning the commutes won’t be too dreadful. Going back to academics, you receive an education from those who are leading the research field in their disciplines and even write the textbooks in some cases. This gives you great insight into the industry, research, academics and a better dive into concepts that we don’t fully understand. For the courses themselves, it depends on what you study, but it is definitely rewarding to go through the workload and stress if you know you are studying is what you want to be doing, especially when Imperial can help you connect with many bright individuals and innovators that you’re path after university seems even more clear once you’re done. Lastly, the world has no limiting horizons anymore since you meet people from all across the world that you will be connected to every continent as colleagues or even friends.