The Imperial College of London is a higher educational institution, known primarily for its achievements in the field of research. It includes 4 faculties: medical, natural science, engineering and business. Today, Imperial College London offers more than 40 specializations. Also for students open research programs. Students of the master's degree can take part in them.
The institution is an independent university, before it was part of the University of London. The institution has been operating in Britain since 1887 and is constantly developing. Here, foreign students can get a high-quality education corresponding to European and world standards. The programs are as practical as possible. At the undergraduate and graduate level, students receive knowledge that can subsequently be effectively applied in practical engineering, medical, business activities (in accordance with the chosen specialization).
Short information. The program of initial British higher education (3 years of study: 2 - general education, 1 - in the chosen specialty).
About the program. A bachelor's degree in the university can be obtained at each of its faculties: engineering, medical, natural science. The specifics of training are identical: for almost two years students have been studying a wide range of common subjects. At the end of the second year, specialization begins. The third course is devoted to the study of core subjects almost completely. He also provides practice (internship).
Students age: 18+
Start dates: annually.
Requirements for enrollment: Certificate (4.8 - minimum average score) or A-level with AAB scores and above, IB 38 - 40 points, IELTS 6.5 (with a minimum score of 6.0 for each of the examination blocks) or the equivalent of TOEFL 85, academic Recommendations, motivation letter.
The result of the training: obtaining a bachelor's degree in the chosen field of scientific knowledge, the opportunity to continue studying at the magistracy at the university, career prospects in the relevant field of activity.
The cost: of £ 25,000 per year.
Short information. The program of postgraduate education, focused on those wishing to study in depth the specific academic direction.
About the program. The Master's program is designed for a year (for some specialties the training lasts 1.5 years). The course is a profile, practical-oriented. Master's programs at the university provide for an obligatory internship in the specialty. The basis of academic preparation of students is theoretical and research courses.
Master's degree in Imperial College London can be obtained from:
Theoretical training is taking place In the form of lectures, seminars, discussions. In practice, students are completely immersed in the working environment, which allows you to quickly and easily adapt to it.
Students age: 21+
Start dates: annually.
Requirements for admission: Bachelor's degree with an average score of at least 4.5, professional, academic recommendations, IELTS 6.5 (TOEFL ibt 100), resume, motivation letter, essay. In some cases, the university may require the results of a GMAT test.
The result of the training: obtaining a master's degree, which gives competitive advantages for employment in Britain and English-speaking countries, the opportunity to continue academic development at the doctoral level.
The cost: of £ 23,000 per year.
The university offers accommodation in residences on campuses. Students are provided with 1 - 3-bed rooms with shared access to amenities, 1-2-bed rooms with a bath. In each residence there are all conditions for a comfortable stay. The rooms for students are furnished with modern furniture, in the general access in the buildings there are kitchens (with necessary technical equipment), rest rooms. The buildings are guarded around the clock. In residences there are always teachers who are ready to help students in solving various issues.
The food is organized according to the principle of self-service.
The social life of the university is interesting and rich: there are 70 entertainment clubs, more than 80 public organizations, 32 art circles, 24 academic circles, 46 international clubs and 90 sports sections. Sports activities are offered to students on a free basis. Other circles require a symbolic payment.
Sports leisure for students is very diverse. The university has the opportunity to engage in cricket, netball, football, rock climbing, swimming, rowing, badminton, squash, cricket, hockey, rugby, tennis, lacrosse.
Students are not limited in the choice of creative circles. There are 5 orchestras, 4 choirs, jazz big bands, string ensembles, dance studio on campuses of the university. Students are also given the opportunity to study design and study applied arts.
Excursion programs at the university are very popular among foreign students. Routes and recommendations for the selection of tours can be obtained in the Student Council.
The daily routine
The students are offered mainly morning sessions. Afternoon they can devote to creativity, sports. The schedule is compiled separately for each course. The average academic load is limited to 6 hours a day.
Campuses occupy an area of more than 525 square meters. The main buildings are in South Kensington. The campuses are also located in Westminster and Chelsea.
Modern classrooms, lecture rooms, conference rooms, laboratories are equipped in the university's academic buildings. Each campus has its own library. For the rest of students in the buildings there are cozy lobbies. Sports infrastructure of the University is represented by halls, venues, specialized centers, a 25-meter swimming pool, a football arena, a climbing wall. In the main sports complex of the university there is also a sauna, a sauna, a massage room. Imperial College has creative workshops, a dance studio, and several concert halls.
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