Imperial College London, a science-based institution in the centre of the capital, is regarded as one of the world's leading universities. It’s a place where engineers work alongside clinicians, scientists rub shoulders with designers and mathematicians collaborate with business experts. It’s an institution that boasts 14 Nobel Prize winners including Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of Penicillin. The university has seven campuses across London, its main site in South Kensington. Set amongst some of the city’s most famous museums including the Science and Natural History, it’s an area of architectural beauty with an abundance of attractions, shops, and restaurants. When you have finished exploring the many museums, why not soak up the luxurious atmosphere at nearby Harrods or take a tour of the iconic Royal Albert Hall! You’ll also find plenty of green space nearby including two Royal Parks – Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens – both of which are within a 10-minute walk of the campus. Travel to and from the university is easy as the area is served by three tube lines and many bus routes. The nearest tube station is South Kensington.