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Student clubs

A big part of your experience here will take place outside the classroom. The invaluable networks you form with all our students, as well as corporate connections, set you up for success after graduation, both personally and professionally.

Your networking opportunities start here

Business School Career Clubs

Meet other Business School students with similar interests, learn from and network with alumni and other professionals. Build links with employers, learn more about roles available and relevant industry skills.

Top-tier companies that have presented at events include: McKinsey, Deloitte, Microsoft, Uber, Johnson & Johnson, SoundCloud and Google.

Our Business School career clubs include:

  • Africa Business Club

  • Asia Business Club

  • Healthcare Club

  • Consulting Club

  • Finance Club (includes Fintech and PE/VC)

  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship Club

  • LGBTQ+ Business Club

  • Technology, Media and Telecoms Club

Student-led clubs and societies

Wherever your interests lie, there’s a club for you. Imperial College Union offers over 340 clubs, societies and projects – all are student-led and run.

You’re spoilt for choice: we offer one of the largest varieties of student-led activities of any university in the UK. If sport is your thing, your options include Imperial’s highly successful Boat Club. You might prefer societies which cover debating, choir, or advance your professional career goals, from Imperial Entrepreneurs to Bright Futures.

Want to benefit the community? Numerous opportunities to make a difference include Project Nepal. Or try something new? Our Give it a Go programme is a great way to broaden your horizons and meet new people.

I am very grateful to have been a part of the Business School’s Student Investment Fund as an Equity Research Analyst. When I started at Imperial, I wanted to pursue a career in equity research, and so I was focused on getting into the fund. Over the past eight months I’ve been able to participate in a number of stock pitches, work with my team to create equity research reports and built my financial modelling and valuation skills; all things I was keen to develop before starting. Even though my career ambitions have turned towards venture capital, the skills I have learnt through this opportunity have helped so much.
MSc Economics & Strategy for Business 2020
Seyon Indran, MSc Economics & Strategy for Business 2019-20, student at Imperial College Business School