Key facts and statistics
Our undergraduate and master's degrees are accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
The Department runs 7 undergraduate courses and we look to recruit 170 students a year. We do not have a quota for each degree course.
KIS and programme specifications
Information about the programme can be found in the programme specifications. Information about assessment can be found in the Scheme for Award of Honours. General information for students can be found in the course handbook.
The College awards credit according to the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS).
The Key Information Set is published on the UNISTATS website. This allows you to compare instantly any Imperial College undergraduate degree with equivalent programmes elsewhere in the UK. They are designed to provide objective information about institutions and their degree programmes that will inform decision-making. They include official data for undergraduate courses on satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey, jobs and salaries after study, details of how the programmes are taught and assessed, and information about fees and accommodation.
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The Department is keen to ensure that all students are able to undertake and benefit from the course.
These documents define the competency standards for incoming students to the Department and identifies where there is scope for 'reasonable adjustments' in those standards to allow disabled students to undertake our degree programmes.
Each competency identified is accompanied by a statement of the purpose of the competency and any reasonable adjustments.