Links to useful information on other parts of the Imperial website and beyond
|Imperial Health Centre
For travel clinics and advice on health risks.
|Go International Website
UK higher education is committed to increasing the proportion of UK students with international experience. This website aims to support UK HE by providing the latest policy, research, statistics, case studies and opportunities for study and work abroad. It also contains information on the benefits of international experience, as well as guidance on sources of funding.
|Foreign and Commonwealth Foreign Travel Advice
Provides comprehensive advice on travel to most countries across the world including travel updates, safety and security, local laws and customs, entry requirements, health and money. It is strongly recommended that you consult the appropriate pages before travelling.
|Imperial Careers Service
Provides information on internships and other work opportunities at home and abroad.
|Imperial College Union
Activities and clubs for nationalities and cultures from around the world.
|International Student Support
The International Student Support team provides specialist immigration advice to prospective and current Imperial College students, with particular expertise in Tier 4 Student Visas, Student Visitor Visas and options to remain in the UK to work after study.
|NHS - Fit for travel
Travel health information for people travelling abroad from the UK
Looking to get the most out of your degree? Imperial Horizons is a programme for all Imperial undergraduates. It is designed to broaden your education, inspire your creativity and enhance your professional impact
|Embassies in the UK
List of all the embassies in the UK and their contact information.
|British Council Study Work Create
Study, Work, Create is your go-to site for the chance to travel and work abroad or in the UK, develop your creativity and increase your chances of finding a job.
If you are a female student from Imperial College who is studying for a degree in Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Life Sciences or Geology and you would like to undertake an international research placement with a leading female scientist in a similar institution you may be eligible to apply for a bursary fromthe Stevenson Fund.