How to enrol on an Imperial Horizons module

You will be asked to choose 3 modules that you would be interested in doing and rank these in order of preference. We will endeavour to give you a place on one of those 3 modules. Allocation to an Imperial Horizons module is not guaranteed, although every effort will be made to allocate you to one of your preferred choices. You may submit your preferences at any time during the enrolment period and allocations will be made after the deadline (not on a first-come, first-served basis). If demand exceeds available spaces on a module, allocations will be randomised. Modules run subject to sufficient demand and resources.

Two-term Imperial Horizons modules are available to take for credit towards your degree where your department allows. They are also available to take for extra credit. 8-week non-credit Imperial Horizons modules are also available for 1st year undergraduates. 

Before you make your choices, please read the module descriptions carefully so you know what to expect from your Imperial Horizons module. Details about the syllabus, learning objectives and assessment can all be found on the module description. 

Please contact with any queries.


1st year undergraduates

Enrolment for Year 1 modules beginning in spring term is now open - from Wed 10 Nov to Wed 6 Dec - via the Horizons enrolment system.

Please email with any queries.

2nd year undergraduates

Enrolment for 2023-24 has now closed. 

Please email with any queries.

3rd & 4th year undergraduates

Enrolment for 2023-24 has now closed.

Please email with any queries.

Please note:
- Exchange Students and Intercalated Medical Students should enrol on a module for the year of study they are joining at Imperial College*.
- MBBS and BMB students in Year 3, and MBBS students in Years 5 & 6, are not permitted to take Horizons modules due to clashes with clinical or lab placements.
MEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Management students in Year 4 are not permitted to take Horizons modules due to clashes with their core degree.

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