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Imperial visits you
We visit Australasia every year. Keep checking back for details of upcoming visits. To invite us to an event please use the contact details above.
Australasian nations currently represented at Imperial include:
- New Zealand
International student support
As a student in London, you'll be welcomed into a city where over 300 languages are spoken and where over 100,000 students from 200 countries come to study each year.
Imperial is the most international university in the UK, and the fifth most international in the world. Our International Student Support team offers a range of dedicated support for overseas students, including an international welcome event for new students and a year-round social programme.
They can also provide information on a range of relevant issues, such as opening a bank account in the UK and accessing the National Health Service.
English language support
Our Centre for Academic English offers a three-week pre-sessional English course for students who have met our English language requirements, but wish to further develop their academic language and literacy before starting their course.
The Centre also provides free English language support throughout your time here. This includes courses and workshops on academic writing, presentations, social English and academic listening, as well as one-to-one consultations and online resources.
We offer specialist immigration advice, including on Tier 4 (general) student visas, before you arrive and throughout your studies. One-year Master’s students can access a streamlined visa process and may stay in the UK for six months after their studies.
Scholarships and awards
You can search all of our scholarships in one place using our scholarships search tool. Examples of scholarships for students from Australasia include:
Our 350+ student-run societies, clubs and projects also provide a supportive social network, bringing together people who share a similar interest, course or culture. See the full list on Imperial College Union's website, including more information on:
- Australian society
Life beyond Imperial
Your relationship with Imperial does not end when you graduate. As an Imperial alumnus you will join a community of over 190,000 former students in 200 countries. We have alumni groups worldwide to help you build links with other former students.
In Australasia these include:
- Alumni Association of New South Wales, Australia
- Alumni Association of Victoria, Australia
- Alumni Association of Western Australia
"I came to Imperial to study because of its high level of education, its location and its links with industry. Not only am I studying at one of the best universities in the world, but I also get to live in one of the most interesting and vibrant cities in the world! Imperial has a very international feel to it. I think it’s interesting and important to meet lots of different people from diverse backgrounds. It has really opened my eyes to learn about different people’s beliefs and ways of life."
Renee Tonkin (New Zealand), BSc Biochemistry
Did you know?
Imperial College London is a global university, collaborating with universities, researchers and industry worldwide. Find out more about Imperial's links with Australasia.
Tiny plankton likely to ride out global warming
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Imperial College London have been modelling how plankton drift with ocean currents
Collaboration between Imperial and Charles Darwin University
New research into crocodile attacks around the world could help communities better protect themselves from harm
Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge
Engineering students participate in the Rio Tinto Sport Innovation Challenge in partnership with Rio Tinto
Imperial and GNS Science, New Zealand research collaboration
Imperial and GNS Science, New Zealand, are conducting research into the causes and warning signs of rare tsunami earthquakes
Health of seabirds threatened as 90 per cent swallow plastic
Study by Imperial and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (Australia) reveals majority of seabirds swallow plastic waste
Imperial College Conservation Science collaborates with the Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions