<!-- Missing image removed: -->Imperial College Business School
) is a constituent faculty of Imperial College London
located on its South Kensington campus in West London.
Its high-tech building was designed by Foster and Partners
and Buro Happold
. The building, opened in 2004 by Queen Elizabeth II
, forms part of a major rolling capital investment plan by the College, and was formerly known as the Tanaka Building to mark the large donation of £27 million made by the since disgraced Dr Gary Tanaka
. This donation, a record fee for any English academic institution, also financed the Ethos sports centre, the Southside hall of residence, the Eastside hall of residence and the not yet constructed new library in Liverpool Street.
ICBS is accredited by EQUIS
and has programmes and courses accredited by AMBA
. The ICBS belongs to the top Business Schools in EuropeCompetition wins by students from the Business School have included Smart Bougie in the 2006 Idea to Product competition (Texas, USA) and Plumis/Automist in the James Dyson Award 2009. Both projects involved collaboration between Imperial and the Royal College of Art
; such links are now actively promoted through Design London
The ICBS is the business faculty of Imperial College London, which is continuously ranked as one of the top 10 Universities in the world, top 5 in Europe and top 3 in the United... Read More