Imperial provides a great foundation for you to launch your future career. The university makes a lot of effort to ensure students gain adequate theoretical knowledge, before learning how to deploy it effectively in a range of group projects and labs. The material is challenging, engaging, but most importantly; it is deeply interesting.
One thing that sets Imperial apart from other British universities is their supportive attitude towards students who wish to start a business. You can easily book a consultation in the Enterprise lab to get advice, and can even pick up mentors to guide you further in your journey. We even have our own start-up competition, which this year had a prize pool of £80,000.
Lastly, Imperial is situated in the midst of one of the greatest cities in the world: London. There’s never a shortage of things to do. Even within a ten minute walk of Imperial you have great attractions such as Hyde Park, the Natural History Museum and the Royal Albert Hall (where Imperial’s graduation ceremony is held). Club nights out are quite simply better than any of your friends’ at other unis, thanks to the plethora of options available.