Imperial College London

Dr Hannah Gay's book The History of Imperial College London 1907-2007: Higher Education and Research in Science, Technology and Medicine is the first major history of the College to be published, telling the story of a new type of institution.

Each month in 2007 we have published excerpts from Dr Gay's book.

Alumni can purchase copies of the book online from Imperial College Press books, where if you enter discount code P478 when ordering, you will receive a 20 per cent discount on the book price. You can also purchase copies of the book from the Union Shop on the Sherfield Walkway, South Kensington Campus.

Imperial College London United Kingdom
Jun 15, 2018
Scholarship - PhD
DEADLINE: October 31, 2018 In order to be considered for the Chemical PhD Scholarships, you will need to submit an application for admission through the  online admissions system . The Progamme is Chemical Engineering Research - Full Time. Your application form must include: Full transcripts of your university studies to date A personal statement to support your application, which should outline your research interest and experience A copy of your English Language certificate (if applicable - the  language requirement can be found here : where there are 2 levels we require the higher level) The contact details of 2 referees, at least one of whom must be an academic referee (for example your project supervisor or personal tutor). You will be asked to give the e-mail addresses of the referees, which will trigger reference requests directly to the referees. Please do not upload reference letters, as the references must come directly from the referees. References are confidential between the referee and the College. Please note that the e-mail addresses must be personal institutional addresses (university or company e-mail addresses) rather than webmail addresses, as these are not acceptable. The scholarships are very competitive and you should demonstrate an outstanding academic record and research skills. Applications will be considered by an academic selection panel, which meets twice a year. The application timeline is as follows: Round 1: Application deadline:  31 October  for entry in October of the following year The shortlisting panel will meet in late November and interviews will be held in late November or early December Successful candidates will be sent a list of available projects and supervisors within a week of the last interview and we will endeavour to allocate projects by the end of December Round 2: Application deadline:  30 April  for entry in October of the same year The shortlisting panel will meet in late May and interviews will be held in late May or early June Successful candidates will be sent a list of available projects and supervisors within a week of the last interview and we will endeavour to allocate projects by the end of June The majority of scholarships is likely to be allocated in Round 1. We therefore recommend that you submit your PhD application in time for the Round 1 deadline.