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Imperial College London

Established in 1907 by Royal Charter, merging the Royal College of Science, Royal School of Mines, and City and Guilds College, Imperial College London is now one of the best public research universities in the world. It focuses exclusively on science, technology, medicine and business. More than 59% of its students come from outside the UK, and 140 countries are represented on campus. Notable alumni, faculty and staff include 14 Nobel Prize winners, including Sir Alexander Fleming and Peter Higgs, and numerous promiment personalities. Imperial College London is also widely known to have been a critical contributor of the discovery of penicillin, the invention of fiber optics, and the development of holography. The university is ranked as the 8th best university in the world by QS World University Rankings and 11th by Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Country

  • United Kingdom

City

  • London ,

Founding year

1907

Acceptance rate

10%

Fall semester application deadline

Not specified

Spring semester application deadline

Not specified

Semester fees (30 ECTS)

From €18750/semester

Subjects available to free mover students

Art & Design [English]Biological Sciences [English]Chemistry [English]Computer Science & Information Systems [English]Earth & Marine Sciences [English]Engineering Chemical [English]Engineering CiviI & Structural [English]Engineering Electrical & Electronic [English]Engineering Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing [English]Environmental Sciences [English]Materials Science [English]Mathematics [English]Physics & Astronomy [English]Statistics & Operational Research [English]

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Financial Times Rankings

Masters in Finance
16°
Masters in Management
23°
European Business Schools
16°

General rankings position

QS World University Rankings
Times Higher Education World University Rankings
11°
Academic Ranking of World Universities
25°
Center for World University Rankings
30°
CWTS Leiden Ranking
41°
Webometrics
209°

QS World Universities by Subject

Arts & Humanities
233°
Engineering and Technology
Life Sciences & Medicine
12°
Natural Sciences
Social Sciences & Management
45°
Accounting & Finance
23°
Anatomy & Physiology
35°
Art & Design
51-100°
Biological Sciences
11°
Business & Management Studies
25°
Chemistry
13°
Computer Science & Information Systems
17°
Development Studies
51-100°
Earth & Marine Sciences
24°
Economics & Econometrics
39°
Engineering Chemical
10°
Engineering CiviI & Structural
Engineering Electrical & Electronic
11°
Engineering Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manufacturing
10°
Environmental Sciences
10°
Materials Science
14°
Mathematics
11°
Medicine
Pharmacy & Pharmacology
22°
Physics & Astronomy
11°
Social Policy & Administration
51-100°
Statistics & Operational Research
10°

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