Information for New Starters
In this section you will find information to help you get started with your PhD in the Dyson School of Design Engineering. For information on your milestones, please consult the 'Information for Current PhD Students' section accessible on the left.
Approximately a month before your course start date, you should receive an email from Engineering Admissions with details on how to enrol to the PhD programme via MyImperial. Please ensure you do this as soon as possible, as many of the processes detailed below are dependent on it.
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Inductions, Supervisor/Student Relationship & Software
Additional College Services
Here you will find additional services available at the College to help you settle in and thrive at the University.
Click here for help in finding somewhere to live in London, both in College halls or private accommodation
More information on non-academic facilities, such as catering, sports facilities, the Student Hub, Security, and the Early Years Education Centre
The Careers Service provide information, advice and guidance to current students with a range of online resources, events, appointments and courses
Centre for Academic English
The CfAE offers courses and support for all students to develop their academic communication skills
Chaplaincy Multi-Faith Centre
An inclusive centre of diverse faiths that offers advice, events, meditation, and support
The Graduate School offers highly-rated courses to develop your professional and research skills, alongside a suite of events and support packages
Imperial College Health Centre
You can register as a patient with the College's Health Centre and book free appointments, order free prescriptions, and consult your doctor online
Imperial College Union
The Imperial College Union and Graduate Students Union exist to build the student community and provide events, representation, and support
The Library has a wealth of resources, services, facilities, workshops and support for you to access
Student Counselling and Mental Health Service
The College has extensive support for you should you wish you talk to someone, seek advice, or help cope with anxiety and stress