The Business School sits across two campuses in London: South Kensington and White City.
The main Imperial College London campus in South Kensington places you in one of the most attractive and culturally vibrant areas of London, whilst our new campus in White City has been designed with innovation and entrepreneurship in mind, with state-of-the-art facilities built for collaboration.
- Study on your schedule: our central library, open 24 hours a day
- Food for thought: select from a wide range of restaurants, student bars and cafés
- The Student Hub: your one-stop-shop for any enquiry
- Go to greater lengths: reinvigorate at our state-of-the-art Ethos Sports Centre which includes a gym, 25-metre swimming pool and climbing wall
- The Imperial College Union: is your network for events, clubs, societies, facilities and services
- Find your space: set-up in a tranquil, green College square next to our iconic, copper-domed Queen’s Tower
Select modules are taught at White City, so your choices will dictate how much time you spend on this campus, however, you will have access to the facilities and study space even if you do not have teaching in White City!
Life in London
A true cultural powerhouse, London is one of the world’s most iconic cities. With a global reputation for business, creativity and diversity, it’s the perfect place to build lifelong professional and personal networks.
The world’s number-one student city
London repeatedly comes out on top in the QS Best Student Cities Index 2023, thanks to its concentration of world-class universities, professional and social opportunities, and its extraordinary cultural confluence.
The UK’s capital is also Europe’s finance capital. Imperial is just a short tube ride from the City, London’s finance and business hub. This will provide you with ample opportunities to visit leading organisations and build valuable contacts. Our Employer Relations team will be on hand to help. The School’s reputation also brings experts directly to you. Industry leaders regularly join us on campus, sharing their experience as guest speakers and lecturers.
With over 300 languages spoken and 43% of residents born outside the UK* London is a whole world in one city. Whether it’s food, entertainment, or opinions, the diversity is unrivalled – and invigorating.
London is a never-ending playground for both locals and visitors alike. Our city is home to:
- Four UNESCO World Heritage sites
- 173 museums
- 857 art galleries
- and over 250 theatres.
*Office for National Statistics, 2020.