You make Imperial

Jigsaw image reads 'You make Imperial'Everything that makes you, you, helps make Imperial. Having more accurate data about our staff means that we can make sure that we have the right policies and services in place to support you and your colleagues. We can tailor our equality and diversity activities to suit your needs and better understand groups that may be underrepresented at Imperial.

Update your personal details

In order to update your personal characteristics data and your personal details, please access Self Service via ICIS and follow these steps:

  1. Enter your College username and password
  2. Click on My Details
  3. Click on Personal Details

FAQs

Why should I keep my personal information up to date?

We want to make Imperial an inclusive environment for everyone in our staff community. In order to achieve this, we need a clear picture of the people who make up this community – you.

The data you provide will help us examine our policies and practices. By informing us of your gender identity, a disability or your religion, we can tailor our equality and diversity activities to suit your needs and better understand groups that may be underrepresented at Imperial. We can then provide the right support services and training.

Who has access to my data?

The information you share with us will be treated confidentially. The data is held on the Imperial College Information Systems (ICIS) and only a select number of staff can access your data.

What kind of processing do you do with the data internally?

The College processes the data for projects such as Athena SWAN submissions. We look at the data across other categories such as job grades and departments. We don’t report on small numbers.

Do you share the data externally?

Occasionally, the College will need to share some of the data we collect with external organisations in the higher education sector. When this happens, data will be shared anonymously. For example, one of the requirements for all UK universities includes sharing information on some protected characteristics with the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). We do not share names or College Identifiers (CIDs), and HESA does not publish individual records - they publish data across the sector. You can view examples online.

If I leave Imperial College London, can I ask for my data to be removed?

Individual staff files are permanently retained by the College. Please read the College retention schedule for further information.

Where can I find out more about using ICIS Self Service?

If you have technical questions regarding how to use the ICIS system to update your details, please visit the HR Systems page.