Imperial life. Be inspired.

Welcome to a College which consistently features in the global top ten list. Our first-class reputation for learning is matched by a dynamic and diverse student experience. Feel inspired and share your journey with high-achieving international students, each with their own unique perspective, and establish your worldwide network.

Our vision at the Business School is to work in partnership with you to create an outstanding, memorable experience.

How? Whatever you’re passionate about, there’s an opportunity here:

  • Take on a leadership role and work collaboratively to help shape the future of the Business School.

  • Be engaged and proactive, creating memorable school-wide networking, sports or social events.

  • Showcase innovation and develop entrepreneurial ideas through the Imperial Enterprise Lab workshops and competitions.

  • Use your skills, expertise and experience to benefit society.

Opportunity awaits

Expand your network, develop your leadership and team-building skills, meet innovative and creative people and broaden your horizons.

Where to start? The choice on offer is truly astounding, from clubs to suit every interest to a range of societies and thought-provoking conferences.

Royal Albert Hall South Kensington

Our London campuses

Imperial College Business School is located across two of Imperial's campuses in London in South Kensington and White City.
Accommodation campus


Finding accommodation in a new city can be a daunting task, so we offer plenty of support to students.
"I couldn’t think of a better place than London to pursue my Master’s. There hasn’t been a day when I was not able to find job opportunities or someone to network with in my field of interest. Consulting, investment banking, technology – there are abundant opportunities in every sector. The fact that Imperial is considered to be a ‘target university’ by most companies is an added advantage."
MSc Economics & Strategy for Business 2021
Navin, MSc Economics & Strategy for Business 2020-21, student at Imperial College Business School