Written by Heiloi (Louie) Yip, MSc Bioinformatics and Theoretical Systems Biology 2022-2023
Did you know that Imperial College has up to nine campuses scattered around London? You may have already heard of the bustling South Kensington campus, or the futuristic still-under-construction White City campus, but what about the campus that is located in Ascot, Berkshire? That campus would be Silwood Park. Host to Imperial College’s researchers specialising in ecology and related fields. Unless you were or are going to study a course in the ecology stream, chances are you’ll never get to know what this campus is like, which I feel is a shame given what Silwood Park can offer to students.
Written by Romita Trehan, MSc Applied Biosciences and Biotechnology
As one of the world’s leading universities, Imperial College London attracts a diverse range of students from all over the globe. With its central London location, Imperial offers a variety of study spots that are perfect for students to hunker down and get some work done. In this blog, we will explore some of the best study spots around Imperial College London.
- Central Library: The Central Library is in the heart of the South Kensington campus, making it a convenient study spot for students. With over 430,000 books and access to countless online resources, this library has everything you need for a successful study session.