Autumn term 2020-21
Courses will begin on schedule in Autumn and we look forward to seeing new and returning students in person, if travel and visa arrangements allow. Teaching will be a combination of on-campus (in-person) and remote learning (online). This ‘multi-mode’ offering may be subject to change. We will do our best to provide increased on-campus teaching and research activities as we progress throughout the year.
To ensure each programme of study can be delivered safely, we'll be making some changes to our courses for 2020-21. Read about the changes to our undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses, and to MRes and PhD courses.
The pace and intensity of a one-year Master’s course can be demanding, and is different to undergraduate study. The Imperial Success Guide for Master’s Students, and the links below, provide advice about how to approach postgraduate work, as well as indicating the sources of support available to you during your time at Imperial. Helpful advice and information can also be found on:
Departmental support and information
All students are allocated a personal tutor to provide pastoral support. Your personal tutor will be available to your throughout the academic year, and you will meet with them at least three times during the first term. They can be the first point of contact if you have specific problems or worries. Dr Ioannis Kountouris and Dr Tilly Collins are also points of contact for support and advice. Personal tutor groups will be announced on the first day of term and will also be available on Blackboard.
- Course Reading List
- Term dates
- Health and safety information (OH requirements, vaccinations, use of equipment, training etc)
Optional module group meetings
There are at least three 'Option Module Group' meetings during the first term, where you will be introduced to your term two option module convenors, and the course content. The meetings will provide a link between the Core Course and your specialist Option.
College support and information
- Library Services
- Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication
- Exams, assesesments and regulations
- Plagiarism awareness
- Terms and conditions
- Academic policy
- Student records and data
- Policy on employment during studies (PDF)
- Academic and examination regulations
- Student regulations
Careers and skills development
Key information and student welfare
- Imperial students
- Disability Advisory Service
- International students
- Student Support Zone
- Here for you
- International students - key information for new students