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    Frenetic but full of potential

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    I have been working at Imperial College London full-time (more than 3 years)


    The work is very exciting, and you get to meet lots of interesting people, share ideas, and improve. It is an environment of continued learning, collaboration, and achievement. Food services, location and facilities are top-notch.


    As an environment, it is often high-pressure, there is no 9 to 5 concept here, and if one is not careful with time management you will face lots of late nighters, weird working hours, and let your hobbies and social life suffer as a result.

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Imperial College London Interviews

Updated 25 Feb 2015
Updated 25 Feb 2015

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    Research Associate Interview

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    Interview was a smooth process. I was offered the job straight from studying at Imperial College. Staff were very friendly and polite. It was a great and very professional process overall.

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Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Size 5,000+ Employees
Founded 1907
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

You don't need a Time Machine to get into Imperial College London, just some good grades and the desire for an education. The former school of author H.G. Wells offers undergraduate and postgraduate education to some 13,000 students at its campuses in London, Kent, Berks, and Middlesex. The school is known for its science and technology, but it also offers courses in agriculture, business, the humanities, and medicine. The departments are organized into four main faculties: engineering, natural sciences, medicine, and the Tanaka Business School and Humanities, named after... More

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