Congratulations on receiving an offer to study at Imperial. We're delighted that you're considering joining our community.
Imperial Horizons explained
Develop your intellectual curiosity and broaden your skill set alongside or as part of your degree with the Imperial Horizons programme for undergraduates.
Our neighbourhood explained
Our South Kensington Campus enjoys an enviable location at the heart of ‘Albertopolis’, where science and the arts meet. Beyond that, the green spaces of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park add fantastic places to relax amongst the diverse array of shops, cafes and restaurants on our doorstep – meaning you’ll never be stuck for things to do!
Societies and clubs
Societies and clubs explained
With over 350 clubs and societies covering all kinds of sports, arts, culture, departmental and charitable activities, Imperial is home to one of the largest student activities programmes in the UK. Getting involved is a great way of meeting new people, learning a new skill, or simply having fun!
Student accommodation explained
Want to know more about the first-year accommodation options for undergraduates at Imperial? This guide gives a quick overview of College accommodation, as well as the help we provide to students who choose the private housing route.
International student life at Imperial explained
Imperial is the UK's most international university and home to students from around 130 different countries.
Learn how we help our international students feel at home!
Imperial Bursary explained
The Imperial Bursary is the most generous of its kind in the UK, providing support on a sliding scale for Home undergraduate students with annual household incomes of up to £60,000. Watch this short video guide to find out more and to see how you could benefit.