Good but expensive. They respond to feedback so inproving. Great london location. Very heavy workload for many courses. Competitive atmosphere. Medicine is v good
N/a for medicine
Responds to feedback
Yea, central and west london
It has been great! Lots of good academic, social experiences and life lessons expereinced through out my time here. It has build me more as a person and my character as well
With the ranking and prestige it might make me a more desirable candidate
Like the 1st and 2nd year structure. Not so much the 3rd year.
They are alright, room for improvement
Yes it is, it has good restaursnts shops and grocery places around . As well as 3 museums
They have a lot of societies here!
Decent but room for improvement
Very busy academically, with time to take part in one club at any given time. Lots of socialising possible, including highlights such as the university ski trip.
The careers service tries to help with cvs and interviews but is awful. Career fairs however are great and let us talk to employers
Lectures are recorded which is very useful, but more practice could be provided than one problem sheet per week
Seems a little oblique at times, not really connected
Lots of investment into new infrastructure every year, top notch
Yes, two large supermarkets are 15 minutes away walking, it has multiple bus stops and a tube stop not far from it. Can walk to lots of accommodation areas
Largest number of UK clubs and societies, with great support to start new ones
Excellent, whenever there’s an issue it is very clear who to talk to and one does need to wait long
I am in my second year which is tough in terms of workload but I still enjoy it as have sailing and lots of social friends. First year was so good living in halls, and meeting lots of new friends. Been getting great marks (1sts) and have load of internship offers as a result.
Lots of placemtents, talks and opportunities available, more jobs etc than you could ever do
The lectures are great, all of them are well spoken and are conducting active research in their area which they can use to help teach. Only bad thing is the number of lectures, can have up to 6 lectures some days which is tough to get through whilst concentrating fully
Great facilities and student representation, the courses are changing all the time based of union recommendations. Union is quite expensive though for food /drink/clothes/other stuff
Great facilities, materials common room is a nice facility and the labs are great due to the high research budget
Living in London everything is close, have lots of shops less than a 5 minute walk away . Live half an hour away from campus though which can be annoying
I do sailing a niche sport and imperial has a good sailing club. There are lots of different sports and societies and you can join as many as you want
I have a good relationship with my tutor a professor but I know some of my friends barely speak to there tutors, so is a mixed outcome
Gain new skills, meet new friends
Imperial status improves employability. Gives you the skills for the industry.
Funkology = best society
Good contact hours, CW over holidays :(
Wide variety - some being fantastic, others less so
Counselling service woefully unsuitable for needs of students
It's been absolutely amazing
Many great opportunities offered to us
Steve Cook is an absolutely indisputable LEGEND.
Not very involved with the SU but great for what I've seen
Safety issues, Wifi issues, but great amminties and many events
All we need is close-by
A wide range of societies available
I haven't needed any services of that type but great outreach and feedback from tutors
Safety was very poor, No security condition of halls was poor