Substantial cuts are expected to the funding Imperial receives from the government for its higher education activities.
In order to maintain the excellence of the education the College provides to students, Imperial has confirmed its intention to set fees at £9,000 for Home and EU undergraduate students for 2012 entry.
Financial aid will be available to students who have the ability to succeed on Imperial’s courses, but whose financial circumstances may act as a barrier. Our message is that for those who can manage Imperial’s courses, the College will work to ensure they can manage its costs.
Further details of the financial aid that will be available to students entering the College in 2012 will be released following the Office for Fair Access’s decision about Imperial’s proposals in the summer.
Current undergraduate students, who are still studying at Imperial in 2012, will not be affected by the changes to fee levels.
For further information on Undergraduate Tuition Fees from 2012 onwards, please visit the Student Finance website
As an undergraduate student you are guaranteed a place in Imperial College accommodation for your first year of study. For 2011 entry, this is provided that you:
- have accepted an unconditional academic offer by Friday 26 August 2011
- have completed and returned your Application for Residence form by Friday 29 July 2011
- will be attending Imperial College for the full academic year, and
- have not had a place in university or college accommodation while attending a full-time course at a UK university previously.
If you apply for accommodation after 29 July 2011, we will provide as much assistance as possible, but cannot offer any guarantee of accommodation.
If you have any queries about accommodation, please contact the Student Accommodation Office directly
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
We publish the standard entry requirements for our undergraduate courses via the UCAS Course Search facility. Our Faculty and Departmental pages in the Undergraduate Prospectus also contain guidance on the selection criteria, the subjects you need to have studied and additional entrance tests, if applicable.
Guidance on our College minimum entry qualifications, inclduing requirements for a number of non-standard qualifications can be found at http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/entryrequirements/undergraduate
Please note that the requirements listed for each qualification are the College minimum entry requirements and each Department is able to ask for a higher grade than listed.
If your qualifications are not covered, we may be able to give you general guidance. However, we do not confirm eligibility of non-standard qualifications prior to receiving a UCAS application as academic performance is considered as part of the overall assessment of an application.
Details of Scholarships for Undergaduate applicants can be found on the Student Finance website.
You can request a printed copy of the Undergraduate prospectus using the online request form
Remember, you can also browse the entire Undegraduate prospectus online
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