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1 Helen Challis International Office An introduction to Imperial College London

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3 The resulting museums on the South Kensington Campus The Science Museum The Victoria and Albert Museum The Natural History Museum The Royal Albert Hall

4 Imperial College 14,000 students 9,000 undergrads 5,000 postgrads 3,300 academic staff 49% students from outside UK

5 Imperial College in the heart of London

6 World Ranking

7 14 Nobel Prize Winners and one Field’s medallist Alexander Fleming: Penicillin Andrew Huxley: Nerve Impulses Rodney Porter: Stucture of Antibodies Abdus Salam: Theoretical Physics Simon Donaldson: Algebreic geometry Denis Gabor: Holography

8 What can you study? Undergraduate BSc (3 yrs) MSci (4 yrs) BEng (3 yrs) MEng (4 yrs) MBBS (6 yrs) Postgraduate MSc (1 yr) MRes (1 yr) PhD (3-4 yrs)

9 How do you apply? Undergraduate Study Abroad Or Student Exchange schemes Through Global Educational Links Postgraduate Apply directly Online Ongoing admission Research supervisor Academic references English Language

10 How much does it cost? Fees: Undergraduate From £22,500 – year Where fees apply Fees: Postgraduate From £18,500 - year Cost of Living £1,000 / month (approx)

11 What can you study? Engineering

12 What can you study? Engineering Aeronautical Bio Biomedical Chemical Civil & Environmental Computing Earth Sciences Electrical & Electronic Materials Mechanical Nuclear

13 What can you study? Medicine

14 What can you study? Medicine MBBS Cancer Pathology Neuroscience Cardiology Genetics Immunology Bioinformatics Surgical science Allergy....many more

15 What can you study? Business

16 What can you study? Business Management Finance Economics and Strategy for Business Risk Management Actuarial Finance International Health Management Strategic Marketing Innovation and Entrepreneurship MBA

17 What can you study? Natural Sciences

18 What can you study? Faculty of Natural Sciences Life Sciences Biology Cell and molecular biology Molecular Biosciences Chemistry Physics Maths Biochemistry Biotechnology Environmental Policy

19 Faculty of Natural Sciences

20 In the Department of Chemistry

21 MRes in Nanomaterials In the Department of Chemistry MRes in Green Chemistry MRes in Plastic Electronics (see also: Physics) MSc in Theory & Simulations (see also: Physics)

22 9 Physics Based Taught Masters *Shock Physics *Optics and Photonics *Quantum Fields & Fundamental Forces *General Physics *Theory and Simulation of Materials *Controlled Quantum Dynamics *Photonics *Plastic Electronics *Plasmonics and Metamaterials *

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24 Life Sciences ۩Molecular BiosciencesMolecular Biosciences ۩Cell & Molecular Biology Cell & Molecular Biology ۩Ecology & Evolution Ecology & Evolution

25 www3.imperial.ac.uk/environmentalpolicy

26 What can you study? What is it like to be a student at Imperial? UK best student orchestra

27 What can you study? What is it like to be a student at Imperial? Arts Festival

28 What can you study? What is it like to be a student at Imperial? Olympics London 2012– Will Smith and Team GB at Ethos Russian and Japanese Teams trained at these facilities

29 What can you study? What is it like to be a student at Imperial?

30 What is it like to be a student at Imperial?

31 What can you study? What is it like to be a student at Imperial? Graduation in the Albert Hall

32 Alumni Brian May

33 What can you study? What is it like to be a student at Imperial? Virtual tours, blogs – find out first hand.

34 Thank you Postgraduate Open Day: 5 Dec 2013 More information at: Visit us Contact

35 What can you study? MSc- 1 year Masters 12 month course – October to September Taught focus from October-May/June followed by projects and research Courses prepare students with a variety of research experience, group work and industry contact Specialise in your subject area Business courses in take students up to PG level from non-business related fields

36 What can you study? PhD Studies Usually 3 years of research, with 6 months for writing up Research programme – work closely with supervisor and research group Support from your supervisor, department, faculty and graduate school Transferable skills training

37 How do you apply? MSc/Taught Masters On-line application No set deadlines ( but courses may fill by Spring ) Deadlines for scholarships – earlier Courses begin late Sept/early Oct 2course choices References Previous qualifications English Language Personal statement

38 Contact potential supervisor directly See website for details of supervisors/topics Apply on-line Give details of supervisor and topic No deadline- can start any time of year May be a deadline for scholarships English Language How do you apply? PhD Studies

39 Postgraduate Funding Country specific scholarships eg: Marshall, Fulbright, Lee Family, CSC Imperial, A*Star, CONACYT, Santander ( see website for others ) Industry or charity sponsorship eg: Shell, BP, Rolls Royce, Santander, Samsung, CRUK, Welcome Trust, etc. Scholarships available directly from the College eg: Rector’s Scholarship and others Research specific sponsorship available from department/ supervisor


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