Imperial College Business School, Central London
Technologically advanced and architecturally impressive, this modern venue offers the perfect backdrop for learning and development.
Imperial College Business School is one of our most modern buildings on campus. It was opened in June 2004, together with the dramatic College Main Entrance, by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The building was designed by Lord Norman Foster. Architecturally impressive, the Imperial College Business School includes two lecture theatres in a drum-shaped metal core, as well as a selection of modern classrooms all boasting the latest audio-visual technology, ideal for conferences, meetings, exhibitions and more.
Step into the Imperial College Business School Building
- The Imperial College Business School Building was designed by Lord Norman Foster, a renowned architect and president of Foster and Partners.
- Forster and Partners is the largest architect firm in the UK and is internationally renowned having designed famous buildings including The Gherkin, London City Hall and Millenium Bridge in London and HSBC, Hong Kong, Reichstag Building, Berlin and the Hearst Tower, New York, among many more.
- The mission of The Imperial College Business School is to drive social transformation through the fusion of business, technology and an entrepreneurial mindset.
- Convenient locations
- Inspiring surroundings
- Dedicated specialists
Discover our spaces
Step inside the impressing Business School event spaces.
How to find the Business School Building
The Imperial College Business School building is best reached through our grand College Main Entrance on Exhibition Road.
Imperial College London, Exhibition Road, London, UK
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