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There are certain things you can do before you arrive to help support your studies. We have collected some information to help you plan effectively before you join your course.
Get ahead of the game
A Master's degree is undoubtedly a big commitment. It is inevitable that you're going to feel pushed for time sometimes.
This is totally normal, but there are ways to make it easier on yourself.
Tips for dealing with time pressure
Most programmes are designed to be studied full-time, but some can be completed part-time. Both have expectations of attendance and independent study.
More information on modes of study
It's possible to work whilst studying but you will need to commit to studying fairly intensively over a certain periods of time.
Find out more about working while studying
Life isn't always predictable, during the course of your studies you may consider taking a temporary break in your studies.
What is an Interruption of Studies?
Studying at Imperial is extremely rewarding, know what to do if you need help balancing life and work.
Find out about Imperial student support