Imperial College London

The Fulbright Imperial College London Award covers any one-year engineering, science, business (non-MBA) or non-clinical medical studies master’s degree offered by the institution.

Imperial College London is one of the world’s 10 top universities (QS World University Rankings 2024), in one of its most iconic cities – London, UK.  

With over 22,000 students from over 140 countries, and a specialist community focusing solely on science, engineering, medicine and business, our degrees open doors and our discoveries change lives. 

The strength of our global reputation and the quality of our faculty are two of the most important advantages of an Imperial education. You will learn from – and alongside – pioneering researchers, make connections with business and tech innovators, develop your skills with education experts and have opportunities to meet top global employers. Imperial offers an education that is research-led, exposing you to real world challenges with no easy answers, teaching that opens everything up to question, and opportunities to work across multi-cultural, multi-national teams.   

Today we have one of the highest concentrations of high-impact research of any major UK university and are number one for world-leading research in the UK (Research Excellence Framework, REF 2021). We are a truly global community, bringing together the best people from around the world. Our researchers collaborate on a wide range of international projects and partnerships with institutions across the globe. We are committed to addressing some of the world’s biggest challenges including: engineering novel solutions; health and wellbeing, combatting food insecurity and maintaining data security as we channel our expertise into making the world a healthier, safer and cleaner place to live. 

Grant amount

Full tuition waiver

£21,286 living stipend

$1500 travel stipend

The living stipend is intended as a contribution towards general maintenance costs towards the first year in the UK.

In the UK, master's degrees are typically one-year programmes (full-time) and PhDs are three-year programmes (full-time).

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