In 1907, the City and Guilds College, the Royal School of Mines and the Royal College of Science merge and create one university, the Imperial College of Science and Technology.
In 2008, the School was officially named Imperial College Business School. The Imperial College mission was also changed to incorporate the word ‘business’, confirming the greater esteem in which the School is held.
Imperial College Business School’s programmes offer the opportunity to study at a global top-ten ranked university in the heart of London. Our immersive programmes are led by Imperial College Business School’s world-renowned team of academics and experts. Focused and practical, they cover the full spectrum of business and technology. We offer a portfolio of MBA, Master’s, Doctoral, Undergraduate, Pre-Master’s and Summer School programmes which are open for individual enrolments.
Our programmes attract students from a range of cultural and professional backgrounds, allowing for an enriched networking experience.
The quality of Imperial’s research has been recognised by the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 and this marks the College’s best ever performance in a research assessment exercise, improving in every Unit of Assessment. 91% of Imperial research is classed as “world-leading” or “internationally excellent” – the highest proportion of any major university. The results also show that the Imperial environment is ranked top or joint-top for producing “world-leading” or “internationally excellent” research. Imperial College Business School’s research covers areas of finance, innovation & entrepreneurship and management.
Our diverse workforce supports our international reputation for excellence in teaching and research.
Current vacancies for enthusiastic academic or professional staff who share our commitment to academic excellence and are keen to play a key role in our future.
Students can benefit from a range of events, seminars, careers fairs and guests lectures while studying at Imperial College Business School. They also have access to the Business School Careers Clubs, workshops, networking opportunities and the Careers and Professional Development Service to ensure their goals are met.
Postgraduate students can choose to live at the GradPad accommodation located around London. If students opt for private accommodation, they can utilise the Student Hub for tips and advice when searching for houses.
The Central Library is located on the South Kensington Campus. It has a range of different study zones to suit you and each floor is designated as either group, quiet or silent study to help everyone find their own preferred work space. The Central Library is open 24 hours.
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) works to keep the Imperial College London community connected, to support education and research goals and enhance the student experience. In addition to delivering projects and initiatives that enable achievement of College's strategic goals, we look after the systems and services that keep College running.
A doctors’ surgery and dentist for Imperial is within steps of the door to the Business School.
Imperial College Business School is located in one of the most beautiful parts of the city. A short walk from campus is Hyde Park, a world famous park with walking/running trails, gardens, lakes and galleries.
Royal Albert Hall is a two minute walk away, where many shows, concerts and opera productions take place. It is also close to Kensington Gardens and Kensington Palace, the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
South Kensington has many restaurants and shops, and the campus is located within the Museum District, on the same road as the Victoria and Albert Museum, as well as the Natural History and Science Museums.
If you’re looking to introduce a bit of exercise into your daily routine, want to join a club sport or are competing at a national or international level, Sport Imperial will help you to achieve these goals. From offering free swim and gym to students throughout your time at Imperial to undertaking refurbishment programmes, Sport Imperial is committed to ensuring that there is no barrier to access sport. There is also a wide offering of sports clubs available including American Football, Windsurfing, and everything in between.
The Imperial College Union has over 340 Clubs, Societies & Projects which are all student led and student run. This is one of largest varieties of student led activities at a university in the UK and we are immensely proud of this. They relieve the student population from being all work and no play and help make your time here so much more than just studying.
The Business School is among the top one per cent of business schools worldwide to have been accredited by the three largest and most influential business school accreditation associations:
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