Imperial College London
Imperial College London is an exchange destination in London, United Kingdom. This destination is specifically for bachelor and master students Chemistry and Physics of Utrecht University, Faculty of Science.
|Fields of study|
Bachelor and master Chemistry & Physics
|Numbers of places available|
4 Full Year (9 months) students in total. We advise students to go for Full Year or in Semester 2 (Term 2 & 3 at Imperial College London) due to the exam period in term 3.
Selection was not necessary in the previous years.
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Information for exchange students
|Academic calendar & classes|
Imperial College London has 3 terms:
Exams are held in Term 3, so in case you would go on exchange in Term 1 (Autumn), a return to London in required for the exam period.
Term dates and academic calendar
Classes are normally held between the hours of 09:00 and 17:50 except on Wednesdays. Wednesday afternoons will remain free from teaching and education activities from 12:00 onwards
Students need to provide a statement regarding their English language proficiency. This can be proven by either:
|Areas open to exchange students|
This partnership is based on a bilateral agreement between Chemistry & Physics of Utrecht University and Imperial College London
|Courses on Master's level|
Chemistry: Master programmes
Physics: Four-year courses (240/310 ECTS):
|Language of instruction|
|Estimated living costs per month|
You can find information on this university’s credits in the credit conversion table.
Academic credit at Imperial College London is based on ECTS.
ECTS = European Credit Transfer System
The normal expectation is that an exchange student admitted to Imperial College will undertake a study plan which equals a full student “workload” (60 ECTS for a full academic year; pro-rata for shorter period).
The International Officer at the Faculty of Science is Tessa Schutte.
Questions? Please make an (online) appointment here.