If you need to send supporting documentation once you have submitted an application to Imperial, or if you are required to send original documents in order to satisfy the conditions of an offer of admission, you should send them, marked for the attention of the appropriate admissions team, to the address below:
Registry, Level 3 Sherfield Building, Imperial College London, South Kensington, London, SW7 2AZ
Please note, if you are required to send an original document to satisfy the conditions of an offer of admission, you can not email the document. You must send the hard copy original, marked for the attention of the relevant admissions team, to the address above.
Current students who wish to request documents such as academic transcripts, statements of attendance, and CAS numbers should read the information and guidance on the Registry website
Council tax exemption letters can be requested from the Student Records team. However, you are strongly encouraged to read the guidance notes to ensure that you are eligible for exemption.
All continuing students will receive an email in advance of the beginning of each academic year, prompting them to login to Student e-Service and complete the Registration process.
All new students who have had their places at Imperial confirmed, will also receive an email prompting them to login to Student e-Service and enrol online.
Find more information on Registration and download a step by step guide
If you have completed all your studies and only have some resits to do, then it will not be possible to extend your visa in the UK. Instead, you will need to return to your home country and make an application to return to the UK on a Student Visitor Visa. Links to the Student Visitor Visa application form and guidance notes are available here:
The College Registry can produce a Student Visitor Visa letter for you with details of the month when your resit examination will be held.
MPhil/PhD and MD(Res) students are permitted to write up their thesis in College for six months immediately following the end of their registration and all experimental work. This allows you to have access to all College facilities for a registration fee of £100, payable either by you, your department/division or sponsor. An examination entry form must be submitted at the start of the writing up period. The Writing Up period cannot be extended beyond six months, but students may continue to write up away from College for the life of the Examination Entry.
If you enter the writing up status, an invoice for the £100 fee will be sent directly to you. If you are not covering the cost yourself, you should pass the invoice on to the relevant department or sponsor.
Overseas students should note that they may need to extend their visa as a result of entering writing-up status, and should discuss this with the International Office if necessary.
Imperial College London does not offer foundation courses.
Imperial College London’s Learning Provider Registration Number is 7477.
Imperial College London has no preference.
Full details of A-Level and IB requirements can be found on the UCAS website - You can use the UCAS course search facility and each course will show the IB and A-Level entry requirements, along with many other qualifications.
You can view Imperial College’s standard entry requirements for a particular undergraduate course by using the Course Search facility on the UCAS website; find the subject you are interested in, then look up the course within Imperial College, and go to Entry Requirements.
You can also see course information and entry requirements on Imperial’s Undergraduate Prospectus