Living in London

London is one of the most diverse and welcoming cities in the world 

There are over 300 languages spoken in London and students from more than 200 different nations study here. Studying in a global city has many advantages: you’ll establish an international network of friends and enjoy an exciting social life.

Advantages of studying in a global city

Studying in London, you will establish a lifelong global network of friends and contacts. You will learn about different cultures and gain insight into different global business practices just from studying alongside a diverse cohort of students.

After you graduate, our Alumni Relations team help you to keep in touch with all the friends and contacts you made during your time at Imperial, through networking events, country correspondents, online information and regular communication.

Studying in South Kensington

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.

There is always something to do during breaks from study.

Student Life in London

There are numerous restaurants, theatres, shops, cinemas and museums all within easy reach of South Kensington Campus. As a student in London you will never be out of fun and entertaining things to do.

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