Depending on your programme of study, and when you started the programme, you will be governed under separate regulations. Please see the links below to access the correct documents. If you are in any doubt of which applies to you, please see your programme specification, your programme handbook, or contact the programme team.

An archive of previous regulations can be found using the link below.

  • Undergraduate Degrees (includes BSc/MSci/BEng/MEng/MBBS)
  • Postgraduate Taught Degrees (includes MSc/MRes/MEd/MBA/PGCert/PGDip)
  • Research Degrees (includes PhD/MPhil/MD-Res/EngD)

Please select the appropriate link for your course

Thomas Angus, Imperial College London
Faculty of Medicine postgraduate taught students registered from September 2019 on the following programmes:
 
  • PGDip Digital Health Leadership
  • MSc Epidemiology
  • MSc Genomic Medicine (September 2020 entrants should view the regulations for all other Faculty of Medicine programmes)
  • MSc Health Data Analytics and Machine Learning
  • MSc Healthcare and Design
  • MPH Public Health
  • Global Master of Public Health
  • MEd Surgical Education
  • MSc Surgical Innovation
  • MRes Molecular and Cellular Basis of Infection (September 2020 entrants should view the regulations for all other Faculty of Medicine programmes)

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Faculty of Medicine postgraduate taught students registered from September 2019 onwards on all other programmes
 

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Thomas Angus, Imperial College London

All Faculty of Engineering, Imperial College Business School, CLCC and CHERS postgraduate taught students and all Faculty of Natural Sciences postgraduate taught students EXCEPT Centre for Environmental Policy students registered from September 2019 onwards.

Faculty of Medicine postgraduate taught students registered from September 2019 onwards on the following programmes:

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Thomas Angus, Imperial College London

Research Degree Students across all Faculties in 2019-20

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Thomas Angus, Imperial College London

Archive of Previous Regulations 2008-2018

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