Masters Courses Offered by Imperial College London | Top Universities

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Imperial College London offers in the region of 250 postgraduate taught degrees and research qualifications within science, engineering, technology, medicine and business (STEMB).

Information about all of their taught postgraduate courses is available on their A–Z course directory.

As a specialist institution, teaching is spread across their four faculties:


Imperial has a number of Global Challenge Institutes and research centers which offer qualifications at postgraduate level. You can also find out more about their research opportunities.


Admissions
If you intend to apply for a master’s degree the college minimum requirement is a UK Lower Second Class Honours degree. The majority of courses have higher requirements, usually a minimum of a UK Upper Second Class Honours. They also accept a wide range of international qualifications

For admission to a PhD, MPhil, MD (Res) or EngD research program the College would normally expect you to hold or achieve a master's degree, in addition to a bachelor's degree at UK Upper Second Class Honours level.

For entry requirements relating to a specific master’s degree, see their online course pages.
All entry requirements reflect the minimum requirement needed to be considered for admission. They often ask for higher than their minimum requirements, due to the demanding and competitive nature of their programs.

Meeting academic requirements does not guarantee entry, it is only one of the factors taken into account when selectors make their decision: other factors such as suitability for the course, proficiency in English (you will need to have passed a College-approved English test to the standard set out in the requirements for your course of interest), relevant work experience and references are also important.


Language support

While all of their degree courses are taught in English, the College offers a number of resources to students whose first language is not English through their Centre for Academic English, including:


Tuition fees

Fees vary by course and year of entry. For more information, see their Fees and Funding website.

The College offers 50 President’s PhD scholarships for high-performing students, but consult their scholarships search tool for more information about further funding opportunities worth exploring.

Apply online here, or see their postgraduate admissions website for more information.

Find out more about Imperial on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat (just search "imperial college").









The College has a number of campuses including their South Kensington Campus where their outstanding facilities include:

  • Full motion flight simulator used for investigating the handling qualities and performance of existing and future aircraft
  • Carbon capture pilot plant – stretching over four floors and built to industrial standards
  • Hydrodynamics laboratory for measuring waves and their impact
  • KPMG Data Observatory (DO), the largest of its kind in Europe, featuring a circular wall of 64 monitors powered by 32 computers facilitating 313 degrees of surround vision
  • Test-flight facilities for hybrid unmanned aerial robots in a lab that is equipped with 16 high-speed 3D cameras capable of tracking the robots in flight, and a further eight for tracking underwater movement
  • Wind tunnels, covering speeds from a few meters per second to Mach 9

Imperial offers a huge range of student activities,including 340+ student-led clubs, societies and projects. Groups range from a drone society and e-sports to acapella and yoga, as well as a variety of music and theatre groups. It’s also easy to find reminders of home through our cultural societies, including the Arabic, Indian, Italian, Japanese, and Korean societies amongst many others. The International Student Support team also offer a range of activities to help international students make the most of their time in the UK.

A postgraduate degree from Imperial will provide you with an excellent foundation for your future – and the College offers lots of support to help you prepare for it. The Careers Service is on hand to support your career planning from your very first day and for up to three years after graduation.

About

Imperial College London offers in the region of 250 postgraduate taught degrees and research qualifications within science, engineering, technology, medicine and business (STEMB).

Information about all of their taught postgraduate courses is available on their A–Z course directory.

As a specialist institution, teaching is spread across their four faculties:


Imperial has a number of Global Challenge Institutes and research centers which offer qualifications at postgraduate level. You can also find out more about their research opportunities.


Admissions
If you intend to apply for a master’s degree the college minimum requirement is a UK Lower Second Class Honours degree. The majority of courses have higher requirements, usually a minimum of a UK Upper Second Class Honours. They also accept a wide range of international qualifications

For admission to a PhD, MPhil, MD (Res) or EngD research program the College would normally expect you to hold or achieve a master's degree, in addition to a bachelor's degree at UK Upper Second Class Honours level.

For entry requirements relating to a specific master’s degree, see their online course pages.
All entry requirements reflect the minimum requirement needed to be considered for admission. They often ask for higher than their minimum requirements, due to the demanding and competitive nature of their programs.

Meeting academic requirements does not guarantee entry, it is only one of the factors taken into account when selectors make their decision: other factors such as suitability for the course, proficiency in English (you will need to have passed a College-approved English test to the standard set out in the requirements for your course of interest), relevant work experience and references are also important.


Language support

While all of their degree courses are taught in English, the College offers a number of resources to students whose first language is not English through their Centre for Academic English, including:


Tuition fees

Fees vary by course and year of entry. For more information, see their Fees and Funding website.

The College offers 50 President’s PhD scholarships for high-performing students, but consult their scholarships search tool for more information about further funding opportunities worth exploring.

Apply online here, or see their postgraduate admissions website for more information.

Find out more about Imperial on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat (just search "imperial college").









The College has a number of campuses including their South Kensington Campus where their outstanding facilities include:

  • Full motion flight simulator used for investigating the handling qualities and performance of existing and future aircraft
  • Carbon capture pilot plant – stretching over four floors and built to industrial standards
  • Hydrodynamics laboratory for measuring waves and their impact
  • KPMG Data Observatory (DO), the largest of its kind in Europe, featuring a circular wall of 64 monitors powered by 32 computers facilitating 313 degrees of surround vision
  • Test-flight facilities for hybrid unmanned aerial robots in a lab that is equipped with 16 high-speed 3D cameras capable of tracking the robots in flight, and a further eight for tracking underwater movement
  • Wind tunnels, covering speeds from a few meters per second to Mach 9

Imperial offers a huge range of student activities,including 340+ student-led clubs, societies and projects. Groups range from a drone society and e-sports to acapella and yoga, as well as a variety of music and theatre groups. It’s also easy to find reminders of home through our cultural societies, including the Arabic, Indian, Italian, Japanese, and Korean societies amongst many others. The International Student Support team also offer a range of activities to help international students make the most of their time in the UK.

A postgraduate degree from Imperial will provide you with an excellent foundation for your future – and the College offers lots of support to help you prepare for it. The Careers Service is on hand to support your career planning from your very first day and for up to three years after graduation.

Available programs

University highlights

Imperial College London is one of the top Public universities in London, United Kingdom. It is ranked #7 in QS Global World Rankings 2022.

QS World University Rankings

  • 2012
    #6
  • 2014
    #5
  • 2015
    #=2
  • 2016
    #8
  • 2017
    #9
  • 2018
    #8
  • 2019
    #8
  • 2020
    #9
  • 2021
    #8
  • 2022
    #7

Ranking criteria

97.3
Overall
98.4
Academic Reputation
88.1
Citations per Faculty
99.8
Employer Reputation
99.8
Faculty Student Ratio
100
International Faculty Ratio
100
International Students Ratio

Student & Staff

Total students
18,318

43%
57%

International students
11,143

50%
50%

Total faculty staff
3,970

2203
1767

Total students
18,318

43%
57%

International students
11,143

50%
50%

Total faculty staff
3,970

1767
2203

Scholarships

Yes
The Scholarships above offer some form of financial aid to prospective students. Please always check the specific requirements and restrictions on scholarship availability.