- 1 Is it hard to get into Imperial College London?
- 2 What grades do you need to get into Imperial College London?
- 3 How do I get admission into Imperial College London?
- 4 What are the hardest universities to get into UK?
- 5 What’s the worst university in the UK?
- 6 Is Imperial better than Oxford?
- 7 Is Imperial better than Cambridge?
- 8 What grades do you need to get into Oxford?
- 9 Do you need step for Imperial?
- 10 Is it hard to get into Imperial College London postgraduate?
- 11 Is Imperial early entry?
- 12 How many people get offers from Imperial?
- 13 What percentage of Imperial students get a first?
Is it hard to get into Imperial College London?
Imperial is incredibly difficult to get into and as difficult as any school in the US. Compared to most unis in the UK, Imperial is one of the more competitive, on par with Cambridge and Oxford.
What grades do you need to get into Imperial College London?
We require an overall typical score of 39 points (minimum 38), including:
- 6 / 7 in Higher Level Chemistry (7 is required if Mathematics is offered at grade 6)
- 6 / 7 in Higher Level Mathematics (7 is required if Chemistry is offered at grade 6).
How do I get admission into Imperial College London?
Applying to University can be a daunting prospect, but our application process is designed to make it as easy for you as possible.
- Choose a Course. Our courses are listed in our Undergraduate Prospectus.
- Apply. Apply to Imperial via UCAS.
- Funding your studies.
- Track your application.
What are the hardest universities to get into UK?
Hardest UK universities to get into
- University of Oxford (21.8%)
- University of Cambridge (28.5%)
- London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) (35.2%)
- St George’s, University of London (39.0%)
- University of the Arts London (41.9%)
- University of St Andrews (42.3%)
- Imperial College London (43.0%)
What’s the worst university in the UK?
The Top 5 WORST UK Universities in 2020/2021.
- University of Chester.
- Edge Hill University.
- London South Bank University.
- Robert Gordon University.
- University of South Wales.
Is Imperial better than Oxford?
Yes, Imperial is much better;). Imperial is a more subject specific school than Oxford. Many departments and programs will exceed Oxford’s, however, Oxford offers a much broader range of programs and also offers many that exceed Imperial’s programs.
Is Imperial better than Cambridge?
Because, according to the latest QS World University Rankings, Britain’s universities are outstanding – only the US’s do better – but it is Imperial, not Oxford, that finds itself in joint second place with Cambridge, just a fraction below the Olympian heights of MIT.
What grades do you need to get into Oxford?
To apply to Oxford, students would need to have completed, or be studying for, at least 120 points at level 1, in appropriate subjects. We would expect students to be performing at the highest level, with at least pass grade 2.
Do you need step for Imperial?
A: No, it is not required for any of the Computing or JMC courses. However, If we feel from an application that the applicant would benefit from additionalMaths training, we may ask for an Advanced Extension Award (AEA) or a STEP paper in Maths.
Is it hard to get into Imperial College London postgraduate?
In other words, in terms of grades required, Imperial is as tough to get into as Oxbridge – but you are more likely to receive a conditional offer from Imperial than you are from Oxbridge. Hence, in summary: Oxford and Cambridge take places one and two in terms of difficulty to gain admission.
Is Imperial early entry?
We advise all students to apply early. The deadline for most courses is 29 January, but for medicine it’s 15 October. Entry requirements can be found on our course pages.
How many people get offers from Imperial?
1 in 3 undergraduate applicants received an offer in 2017/18.
What percentage of Imperial students get a first?
Source: Hesa. Specialist institutions excluded. In terms of firsts only, Imperial College London awarded the highest share, excluding specialist institutions, with 45 per cent achieving this degree class in 2016-17.