Congratulations on receiving an offer from Imperial. We’re delighted you’re considering joining us.

If you are holding a conditional offer from Imperial, which you accept, your place will only be confirmed once you meet all the conditions specified in your offer on our online application system.

If you're an international student, this may include meeting our English language requirement and gaining ATAS clearance for your course, as well as achieving the required grade in your academic qualification(s).

Replying to your offer

You need to respond to your offer through our online application system within 28 days of the full conditions being made available.  You need the CID (College Identifier) and username we emailed to you.

You can do this by visiting our Study website, choosing the appropriate link and logging in to your current application.

We’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions which may help if you have any problems with our online application system

Requests to extend the offer deadline may be considered in exceptional circumstances. Please contact the appropriate Admissions team.

Paying the deposit

If you accept your offer for Master’s study, we will send you an invoice for the course deposit by email. The amount you need to pay is ten per cent of the tuition fee for the first year of the course.

You should receive your invoice within ten days of replying to your offer.

You have 30 days to pay the deposit to secure your place. If you miss the payment deadline, your offer may be withdrawn.

If you do not receive a deposit invoice within ten working days of accepting your offer, or you have any questions, please contact the Student Fees team.

Meeting your offer conditions

You need to meet all the conditions set out in your offer before you can register for your course, pay your tuition fees or receive a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) (if you need one).

We recommend you post these documents to us as soon as they are available.

Submitting your offer conditions

Deferring your place

We try to accommodate all requests to take a year out before taking up your place (known as deferred entry), but sometimes this isn’t possible. 

If you wish to defer, please contact the relevant Admissions team as soon as possible.

Questions about your offer?

For questions about your offer, or to let us know about extenuating circumstances beyond your control (such as illness or bereavement) that may have impacted on your academic performance, please contact the relevant Admissions team.