Your gift will have a direct and immediate impact on the College
Academics, students and staff across Imperial are working at the limits of human knowledge and scientific practice – exploring new frontiers, and delving into the unknown.
Your gift to the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering will support a wide range of projects and initiatives such as new scholarships to attract top talent from across the world, hardship funds for students faced with financial difficulties, research placements, innovative research projects, vital equipment and facility upgrades.
With your support, the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering will continue to foster positive and inclusive learning environments for our students and academics and challenge and enable them to become leaders in their fields.
The flexibility of an unrestricted gift enables Department leadership to make bold decisions, to follow new avenues and to take risks in the pursuit of innovation. This flexibility is needed to address current and future global grand challenges and make profound impacts on society. Discretionary funding can be allocated quickly, allowing academic leaders to respond promptly to emerging opportunities or address unforeseen challenges.
Make a gift today to help support Imperial students and academics and have an immediate and direct impact on the world-leading work of the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering.
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