Top tips from current international students

Top tips from current international students

September 11, 2019 1 By Stanley Isaacs


Make sure you explore the museums. They are only three minutes’ walking from here And if you ever need some fresh air you can always walk through Hyde Park. It’s right at your doorstep Hot water in the library is free, so bring your tea bag Make sure you visit Lavender Hills and Kew Gardens. Both of them are a very good day out There are some bargain tickets to be had at the Royal Albert Hall, which is just around the corner Don’t bother with an expensive taxi after a night out… Tubes and buses run all night on weekends There are a lot of cities within an hour of travel, so check them out There’s a room full of 3D printers at the Imperial Hackspace, so go make stuff And the best thing is they are free to use as an Imperial student If you like swimming there are two pools nearby. There is an indoor one at Ethos… and an open-air swimming pool in the Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park London has a really good network of public transport. You have the tube, you have the buses… But the cheapest way to get to College is on one of these Santander Cycles