Established in 1997, it brings together all the major West London medical schools into one world-class institution. It maintains close links with a number of NHS Trusts with whom it collaborates in teaching and research activities.
Although on several sites, its academic divisions function as one Faculty, fully integrated within the College. The current Dean, Professor Dermot Kelleher, took up his appointment on 1 October 2012.
Heads of Schools/Institutes/Departments (SIDs)
Imperial accepts more than 300 undergraduate medical students per year.
Much of the learning is set in a clinical context and related to work in the Faculty's six teaching hospitals.
We run a six-year Medicine course, which also includes a modular BSc degree, taking advantage of Imperial College's strength in the fields of science, engineering and management.
The Faculty offers a wide variety of full-time taught courses as well as more than 100 specialist short courses and symposia.
The Graduate School provides an award winning professional development programme that not only supports students in their programmes of study or research, but also equips them for their future careers. The School also ensures the quality of provision of postgraduate education, and organises events and lectures that bring together students from across the College.