We know living in London can be expensive. Our 2019 student experience survey puts the living costs (if you are living in Halls nearby) at about £11,500 for 39 weeks. Visit our Fees and Funding pages for more information. 

There are many scholarships available from the department as well as college to assist you with your living costs. 

You don’t have to apply to any of the following scholarships. In March, we will select and then invite you to submit relevant information in order to be considered for one of the scholarships. 

From the Department  

  • Departmental Scholarship is available to Home students – A fee waiver + £6000 pa towards your living costs. 

  • Ceres Scholarship - £5000 pa available to any undergraduate 

  • Four Departmental Bursaries of £1000 pa available to any undergraduate 

From College 

  • Imperial Bursaries are very generous – these are means-tested, we look at the information you submit to Student Finance

  • President's Undergraduate Scholarships – you need to have submitted your UCAS application by Wednesday 26 January for 2022/23 entry. There are up to 112 President's Undergraduate Scholarships available for students starting their studies in 2022-23.

    These are means-tested and we look at the information you submit to Student FinanceIt is imperative for you to submit your Student Finance application by 31 May, even if you do not intend to take out this loan or any other government loans.

Scholarship Search Tool

You can use the Scholarship Search Tool to find out more information about scholarships at Imperial College London. 

The Kingsbury Scholarship, a highly prestigious engineering scholarship worth £20,000. This is one of the most valuable scholarships available to Home students but you will need to apply separately.