How to apply
MSc Environmental Technology Open Day
Date: 16th November 2023
The Open Day will take place online, via Microsoft Teams.
Please sign up by completing this Qualtrics form.
We will hold another Open Day on 7th March 2024. Further details to follow.
- Find out more about College postgraduate open days
The application process
All potential applicants must apply online through Imperial Gateway.
Applications will only be processed when your two references are received successfully.
For help with your postgraduate online application, or if it is not possible for you to use the online facility please contact Registry Support on +44 (0)20 7594 7260 during office hours (9.30 to 17:00 UK time) to discuss your case.
For additional information please email our Postgraduate Teaching Office or contact us via telephone on: + 44 (0) 207 594 9285
When to apply
Applications for the MSc in Environmental Technology open on 3rd October 2022.
- Recruitment is based on the specialist option you select in the second term (see 'Second term' of the Course structure).
- Candidates are required to state their preferred Options (a maximum of two in order of preference) in the personal statement on their form when they apply.
- We normally do not allow applicants to change Options once they have been accepted onto the MSc.
For further information about the options please see the Course structure.
- BE - Business and Environment - closed to new applications
- EAM - Environmental Assessment and Management
- EEP - Environmental Economics and Policy - closed to new applications
- EP - Energy Policy - closed to new applications
- ERM - Environmental Resource Management - closed to new applications
- GECP - Global Environmental Change and Policy
- IWM - Integrated Water Management
- USE - Urban Sustainable Environments
We recommend that international students wait until October to apply, when the portal re-opens for entry in 2024/2025.
The programme entry requirement is a 2.1 degree in any subject. However, for candidates with a 2.2 Honours without work experience, our course has an internal mechanism, under which a request for approval has to be made by the Option Convenor to the Director of the course before an offer is made. A special case will only be valid for someone who has appropriate and relevant additional work or academic experience to compensate for the degree(s) being below the College's minimum entry requirement(s). The department will decide what relevant experience is and the duration or extent that is required to compensate for the requirements that are not fulfilled.
- IELTS: The minimum score is 7.0 overall (minimum 6.5 in all elements). For details of IELTS test centres, visit the IELTS website. Alternatively, contact your nearest British Council office if you are not a UK resident.
- TOEFL: The minimum score for TOEFL (iBT) is 100 overall (minimum 22 in all elements). Imperial College London considers TOEFL scores to be valid for 2 years. Scores must be valid at the beginning of your studies at Imperial if your application is successful. For more information relating regarding TOEFL please visit the ETS website.
- PTE: The minimum score for Pearson Academic (PTE) is 69 overall (minimum 62 in all elements). Imperial College London considers Pearson (PTE) scores to be valid for 2 years. Scores must be valid at the beginning of your studies at Imperial if your application is successful. For more information relating regarding Pearson please visit the Pearson website.
- Duolingo English Test: The minimum score is 125 overall with no less than 115 in any band score. Test scores are only considered valid if taken within 2 years of the intended course start date.
- LanguageCert International ESOL: The minimum requirement is a pass grade on a test for levels C1 or C2.
- Occupational English Test: The minimum grade is B in all elements and tests results must have been obtained within two years of the programme start date.
The Course has a strong policy that all applicants must be interviewed if not rejected. Where this is not possible because of physical constraints, such as country of residency of applicant, a video interview (e.g. Skype) is normally arranged.
For further information, please see MSc Environmental Technology in the postgraduate prospectus.
The Basil Furneaux Memorial Fund
The Basil Furneaux Memorial Fund aims to provide support for past or present students of the College in need, particularly in relation to the advancement of education in agriculture. The award is open to undergraduates at Imperial in their final year of study, and former undergraduates of Imperial who are applying to the following masters courses. The value of each award is up to £17,000 contribution towards tuition fees, tenable for the period of masters study.
For more information, please visit the Basil Furneaux Memorial Fund page.
Presidential Scholarships for Black Students
Our new Presidential Scholarships for Black Students provide a package of financial and mentoring support for students applying for Master's study in autumn 2023.
For further information, please visit the Presidential Scholarships for Black Students page.
Aziz Foundation / Imperial College Environmental Technology and Conservation Science and Practice Scholarship
The scholarship offers a unique opportunity for an exceptional Muslim student active in British Muslim communities and keen to build bridges with all parts of British society. The student will have the commitment and intelligence to support and represent Muslim communities in wider society, as well as the credibility to bring and explain new learning experiences back to the community, and will thus create mutual understanding between Muslims and others and contribute to the creation of a more cohesive society.
The scholarship will cover the full home tuition fee.
One scholarship will be awarded for either programme for the academic year 2023/2024.
Applicants should meet the following requirements:
- Have an offer (or have submitted a complete application) to the MSc Environmental Technology or MSc Conservation Science and Practice programme for October 2023 entry.
- Be active within their local and/or faith community and demonstrate a desire to develop intellectual skills within a multi-faith/secular environment.
- Be able to demonstrate long-term commitment to community/societal development and good relations work through public leadership.
- Be a UK national and eligible for Home fee status at the University.
Submit a statement of no more than 1,000 words setting out how you meet the criteria above, addressing also how you hope to use this scholarship for your future work.
Please submit the statement to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. Remember to include your full name and your CID in your email. The deadline is 7th July (or up until we close our recruitment portal).