Imperial College embodies and delivers world class scholarship, education and research in science, engineering and medicine, with particular regard to their application in industry, commerce and healthcare. They foster interdisciplinary working internally and collaborate widely externally.
Imperial is a world class university with expertise in many areas of engineering, science, medicine and business. Based at and owned by Imperial, and with access to over 3,000 academic and research staff, Imperial Consultants is well placed to help your organisation find the right expertise and skills to address your challenges.Research Services in faculties:
Any member of staff (and their families) living within the Imperial College Health Centre’s postcode areas can be registered under the National Health Service at Imperial College Health Centre, South Kensington Campus.The College has an Occupational Health Service, which provides a range of work related health services, including health and safety at work, fitness assessments, counselling.
Imperial College Union
Sport Imperial manages a variety of different sports facilities from our new flagship sports centre, Ethos, at the South Kensington campus, to our first-rate Boathouse on London's Putney Embankment, to high quality sports grounds.
The Union facilitates over 250 student Clubs & Societies with more than 10,000 members, were sure to have something on offer that you want to do. Of course, if we dont have the right club, then well help you start one. As a member of the Union you may join any Union club or society. There are no restrictions on who may join a particular club or how many clubs you may join (though you are likely to have to pay a membership fee for most clubs).All clubs are run by elected students who represent the members interests. You will have a great say in the direction the club takes, the activity it takes part in and your level of involvement.
The BCS and IET are licensed by the Engineering Council to award Chartered Engineer status (CEng) and more recently by the Science Council to award Chartered Scientist status (CSci).
To do this they undertake a programme of visits to Universities to review their courses and to see if they provide an appropriate foundation for new entrants to the IT profession.