You don't need a Time Machine to get into Imperial College London, just some good grades and the desire for an education. The former school of author H.G. Wells offers undergraduate and postgraduate education to some 13,000 students at its campuses in London, Kent, Berks, and Middlesex. The school is known for its science and technology, but it also offers courses in agriculture, business, the humanities, and medicine. The departments are organized into four main faculties: engineering, natural sciences, medicine, and the Tanaka Business School and Humanities, named after...
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Sir Keith O’Nions
President & Rector
Former Postdoctoral Research Associate in London, England (UK)
Pros: - Great Equipment
- Great people
These two factors allow imperial to partake in cutting edge research. The research facilities are excellent and often back-up by people with strong expertise. It is a strong model and other universities should… – Full Review
Undergraduate Student at Imperial College London (student candidate)
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) Dec 2013 – Reviewed May 16, 2014
Interview Details First apply through UCAS, i think this is the only way you can do it if you just graduated from college. some COURSES might have interviews, like Chemical Engineering, medicine, the others just requires you to do REALLY REALLY WELL in your A level. I applied for Mathematics, and the offer was… – Full Interview
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