Virtual Open Day events
Listen to programme leads, academics and current students and find out what to expect on the course and studying here as an undergraduate.
We have a variety of virtual open day sessions available* that include:
By joining our Department of Mathematics, you’ll learn from world-leading researchers and study core mathematics with the chance to specialise in an area that interests you. Whether it’s applied mathematics, mathematical physics, mathematical finance, pure mathematics or statistics, you’ll have the freedom to follow your own path. Join this session to find out more about our mathematics at Imperial.
Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 14.00
Are you interested in learning how chemical processes work in living organisms? Explore your passion in biochemistry and biotechnology in one of Europe’s largest life science groups? Find out how studying in our Department of Life Sciences can open doors in modern life sciences activities, as well as opportunities including overseas study, a year in industry or research, and management or language studies as part of your degree.
The science of flight is ever evolving. By studying aeronautics at Imperial, you’ll be at the forefront of research, graduating with the knowledge and experience needed for a career in the aeronautical industry. In this session you’ll find out more about our aeronautics courses, our world-leading researchers, and the state-of-the-art facilities we offer – like our flight simulator, wind tunnels and Aerial Robotics Arena.
Civil Engineering, 12.00
Civil engineers design, build and maintain the foundations of our world – from airports to energy systems, clean drinking water to a cleaner environment. If you study civil engineering with us, you’ll learn from pioneering researchers and have access to state-of-the-art facilities including a range of testing rigs, tension and compression machines, and wave generators and tanks. Join us to hear more about our courses, which include the option to study abroad.
Medical Biosciences, 14.00
As medical treatments evolve, they depend increasingly on advances in medical biosciences. Our courses look at the critical challenges facing human health, giving you the skills to become one of tomorrow’s leading scientists. Join this session to hear more about our medical bioscience courses, which include the option to specialise in areas like pharmacology or neuroscience, or to spend a year studying management at Imperial College Business School.
Design Engineering, 12.00
Design engineers are problem solvers who bridge the gap between traditional engineering and design, to create things that are new, innovative and useful. By studying design engineering at Imperial, you’ll have access to world-leading facilities including hackspaces and workshops, design studios and laboratories, presentation spaces and networking areas. Join this session to hear about this four-year course, which includes the option to carry out a paid six-month placement in industry.
Materials form the basis of modern life – from clothes, phones, cars, computers and buildings to more advanced technologies like biomedical devices or satellite communications. By studying materials at Imperial, you’ll gain skills in designing and improving materials to solve real-world problems, involving physics, biology, mathematics, chemistry and more. If you’re looking for a course with variety, this could be the one for you. Join this session to find out more about studying materials at Imperial.
Biological Sciences, 16.00 [Cancelled]
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Are you interested in learning how chemical processes work in living organisms? How you can explore your passion in biological sciences in one of Europe’s largest life science groups? Find out how studying in our Department of Life Sciences can open doors in modern life sciences activities, as well as opportunities including overseas study, a year in industry or research, and management or language studies as part of your degree.
Economics, Finance and Data Science, 12.00
Our course in economics, finance and data science will equip you with the skills to join the next generation of economists, policy experts, business leaders and researchers. You’ll study each subject area in-depth, with the choice to specialise in your final year (or study all three). If you’re an analytical thinker with a desire for global impact, this could be the course for you. Join us to find out more about this first-of-its-kind course.
If you study Medicine at Imperial, you’ll have direct contact with patients from the beginning. Our Faculty of Medicine is one of the largest in Europe, with world-leading clinical expertise and research, so you’ll be learning at the forefront of the subject. Join this session to hear more about studying medicine and to hear from current students and staff.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 12.00
Electricity powers almost every tool we use in our lives. By studying electronic and electrical engineering, you’ll learn about electrical processes and how to apply them, to find solutions to problems we haven’t even imagined yet. You’ll design and build more efficient, affordable technology – from smartphones to driverless cars – to help us live better, smarter and more sustainably. Join this session to find out more about our courses, which include the option to complete an integrated six-month industrial placement.
Earth Science and Engineering, 12.00
The study of earth science and engineering is out of this world. By studying with us you’ll gain skills in understanding the processes that have shaped the Earth, other planets in our Solar System and beyond. Join this session to learn more about our hands-on courses (which have the option to take part in fieldwork across UK and Europe), and our outstanding facilities.
Computing is the understanding of computer systems, giving you the skills to design and build the next generation of computing applications. By understanding what’s happening today, you’ll learn how to adapt to what comes tomorrow. Join us to find out more about our computing courses, which include options to specialise in visual computing and robotics, artificial intelligence and machine learning, software engineering and much more.
Mechanical Engineering, 12.00
Mechanical engineers develop and design products, solving problems of all shapes and sizes. If you study mechanical engineering with us, you’ll pick up skills and knowledge covering practically all areas of engineering. If you’re looking for variety, this could be the subject for you. Join this session to find out more about our mechanical engineering courses, world-leading facilities and research groups with direct relevance to industry.
Often called the ‘central science’, chemistry combines mathematics and physics with the life sciences and applied sciences, like medicine and engineering. Our researchers are working to develop new cancer treatments, create self-healing materials and make chemistry more sustainable. Join us to learn more about studying chemistry at Imperial and the range of options available, like spending a year abroad, in industry or conducting research.
If you’re curious, creative, and want to understand the world to make it a better place, studying physics at Imperial could be your best move yet. You’ll gain a strong understanding in physics (both fundamental and applied), mathematics and experimental methods, and you’ll have the freedom to tailor the course to specialise in an area that interests you, from astrophysics to quantum optics and laser science. Join this session to find out more about our physics courses, our outstanding facilities and study opportunities.
*all times are UK-time.
The virtual subject sessions will be hosted on Microsoft Teams Live, and sessions will be recorded and made available on the pages following the events.
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