The  Structure is there to support you during your time at University. You will be assigned a Personal Tutor who you will get to know well during your time at Imperial, there are always a number of people available for you to speak to regarding any issue or concern you may be having.

Pastoral Care

Personal Tutor

You will have an assigned Personal Tutor that you will meet throughout each year, getting to know them during your time in the Chemistry Department. They can advise you about academic progress including study skills, exam preparation and provide a reference.

Personal Tutors are also able to support you and advise you on services that can support you if you experience personal problems including mental health and wellbeing, bullying and harassment and social issues.

Year Tutor

Act as a deputy Senior Tutor for your year, can be contacted regarding any aspect of your pastoral care including mitigating circumstances. You may be referred by your personal tutor to a Year Tutor. They are highly regarded personal tutors with many years of experience and are able to support personal tutors in their duties.

Senior Tutor

Can be contacted regarding any aspect of your pastoral care, you may be referred by your personal tutor. If you require an interruption to your studies for medical or personal reasons you will meet with the Senior Tutor. If you submit a mitigating circumstances form with evidence you will liaise with the Senior Tutor.

Student Experience Officer

Can advise and support you on any aspect of your pastoral care and will be able to direct you to services the University offers to provide additional support at times of need. The Student Experience Officer can be found in the Student Services Centre, 258a.

Disability Liaison Officer

Declare or discuss circumstances that require adjustments for your studies. Able to advise you on how to receive support and adjustments to help with your studies.

Academic Support

You will be assigned Subject Tutors in addition to a Personal Tutor to help you reinforce what you have learnt. Your Subject Tutor is not the only person available to discuss your learning and to help you construct a broader picture of the material being studied. The  outlines all the people available for you to speak with and their roles within the department.