5

CUG UK ranking (out of 144)

84

NSS Student Satisfaction score

95

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Imperial College London was born from the vision of Prince Albert (Queen Victoria's husband) through his want for a sector of culture within London. Unlike many of Imperial's fellow Russell Group institutions, Imperial focuses on a much narrower range of subjects - namely, science, technology, medicine and business. As a specialist university, it will be of little surprise that Imperial has produced many noteworthy alumni, including 3 Fields Medallists, 2 Breakthrough Prize Winners, and 1 Turing Award Winner as well as hundreds of Royal Academy fellows.

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Imperial College London welcomes you!

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Imperial College London was born from the vision of Prince Albert (Queen Victoria's husband) through his want for a sector of culture within London. Unlike many of Imperial's fellow Russell Group institutions, Imperial focuses on a much narrower range of subjects - namely, science, technology, medicine and business. As a specialist university, it will be of little surprise that Imperial has produced many noteworthy alumni, including 3 Fields Medallists, 2 Breakthrough Prize Winners, and 1 Turing Award Winner as well as hundreds of Royal Academy fellows.

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All Russell Group universities undoubtedly attract high achieving students with big ambitions. At Imperial College London, high achieving students from science backgrounds flock to take advantage of the university's exquisite reputation in the hopes that they may eventually become another star addition to the institution's academic legacy. Academics aside, with a South Kensington campus, those who seek the thrill of living and studying in the big city, as well as those seeking culture from the nearby Victoria & Albert Museum and Natural History Museum will feel quite at home here.

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Imperial College London was born from the vision of Prince Albert (Queen Victoria's husband) through his want for a sector of culture within London. Unlike many of Imperial's fellow Russell Group institutions, Imperial focuses on a much narrower range of subjects - namely, science, technology, medicine and business. As a specialist university, it will be of little surprise that Imperial has produced many noteworthy alumni, including 3 Fields Medallists, 2 Breakthrough Prize Winners, and 1 Turing Award Winner as well as hundreds of Royal Academy fellows.

What students think

All Russell Group universities undoubtedly attract high achieving students with big ambitions. At Imperial College London, high achieving students from science backgrounds flock to take advantage of the university's exquisite reputation in the hopes that they may eventually become another star addition to the institution's academic legacy. Academics aside, with a South Kensington campus, those who seek the thrill of living and studying in the big city, as well as those seeking culture from the nearby Victoria & Albert Museum and Natural History Museum will feel quite at home here.

All Russell Group universities undoubtedly attract high achieving students with big ambitions. At Imperial College London, high achieving students from science backgrounds flock to take advantage of the university's exquisite reputation in the hopes that they may eventually become another star addition to the institution's academic legacy. Academics aside, with a South Kensington campus, those who seek the thrill of living and studying in the big city, as well as those seeking culture from the nearby Victoria & Albert Museum and Natural History Museum will feel quite at home here.

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