Fees & Enrolment
This page provides information on our course fees and on the enrolment & payment process. Please review below details carefully before proceeding with enrolment via the blue booking link on the relevant course-information page
- Course fees must be paid in full at the time of enrolment - we are unable to accept payment in installments
- Please select your applicable rate category on the enrolment & payment portal when booking
Enrolment starts 1 August 2019
Course fees (2019-20)
Course Fees for 2019 - 2020
Course fees can be found on the individual course pages.
There are special discounts available for some categories of applicant, and for many courses we also offer an early application discount (called the 'early bird' fee rate).
We have three rate categories - the Standard Rate, the Internal Rate and the Associate Rate.
|Rate category||Applies to||Instructions|
|Internal Rate||All current Imperial College students & staff (incl. Imperial NHS Trust and Imperial Innovations)||IC email address and CID to be used. IC NHS staff please use work email (any problems please email).|
@ 50% off
||Please visit our Centre, ring extension 48756 or email before enrolling.|
|Standard Rate||All other applicants, incl. spouses of Internal or Associate Rate applicants not covered by the above||No special instructions|
The course fees for the current year (early bird and full fee) are shown above.
Particularly for language-course enrolments, where applicable we strongly advise seeking level advice from the relevant language coordinator prior to enrolment. Language Coordinator contact details can be found here.
Beginning 1 August applicants can enrol & pay for courses via the Imperial College eStore for courses starting in October. A booking link can be found on the course-information page however please first read below instructions.
Booking a place is easy - simply go to the relevant course-information page and click on the blue booking link at the bottom of the page. You will be directed to the Imperial College eStore where the correct rate category must be selected (see above) as the first step.
If you are a first-time eStore user you will need to create an account by typing in your email address and choosing a password. This account can then be reused for future bookings.
Once you are logged into the eStore there is a short questionnnaire to be completed. This includes selecting your desired course on a drop-down menu. You cannot finish your booking without completing the questionnnaire.
The table below explains the type, timing and purpose of the email notifications each applicant can expect to receive following completion of their enrolment & payment.
|What is sent||When is it sent||What does it contain|
|1. Payment confirmation||Instantaneously following submission of your online application||Confirms your payment and shows your order number and date of payment. Should not be treated as a course-enrolment receipt and therefore does not show your course, however we do receive these details when you submit your application|
|2. Enrolment confirmation||Not sent right away however you will receive this in good time, please treat your payment confirmation as confirmation that your details and payment have been received||Confirms your course choice, shows the programme your course is part of, confirms the term dates as well as the course day of the week and time|
|3. Programme information email||Usually sent Friday late afternoon the week before term starts||Contains further programme details such as classroom location and teacher contact information|
|If you need further help with the above information please ring 020 7594 8756.|
Alternative ways to enrol
Our preferred method for enrolment is via the internet using a debit or credit card. However, applicants who cannot enrol and pay online should telephone 020 7594 8756 for assistance after internet enrolment has opened.
Certificate of Attendance
For many of our classes you can gain a Certificate of Attendance providing you attend at least 80% of the taught sessions for the course. This level of attendance is set centrally by Imperial College and cannot be changed by the tutors on the course on which are you areenrolled or by the Evening Class/Lunchtime Learning staff.
Attendance is measured by the register for each class and so it is important to ensure that you are properly marked on the register for a class, particularly if you arrive late.
Certificates for those who attend at least 80% of the taught sessions are sent by email automatically soon after the end of the course of study.