Accreditation of prior learning & credit transfer

Complaints from applicants

The procedure is for those that wish to raise a complaint about the application process and should be raised during the application cycle in which the concerns are being raised. Applicants may submit a complaint where:

a) An offer of admission is believed to be incompatible with the typical, or range of typical offers made by the admitting department within that admissions cycle.

b) They believe there was some procedural irregularity or administrative error in the way in which an application was processed by the College.

c) There is evidence of bias or prejudice

Full details of the procedure are provided in the document below. All queries about this procedure should be directed to the Head of Admissions.


Policy and procedures

Partner research institute scheme, split PhDs & Imperial recognised locations

Policy and procedures

Partner Research Institutions and Split PhDs are procedures to allow students who will be undertaking PhD study at Imperial to spend periods of time at a partner organisation to undertake research for their degree programme. In both cases, students can only be registered for the Imperial PhD programme - these procedures do not allow concurrent registration for a PhD programme at another institution. 



Policy and procedures

For additional information about registration please visit the Changes to Registration Status page.

Student Protection Plan

Exceptional Circumstances 2021-22