Documents should be posted to the following address:

Imperial College London
Registry: Admissions
Sherfield Building, Level 3
South Kensington Campus
London SW7 2AZ

We receive many documents each day and it can take up to two weeks to process clearance (especially of academic qualifications). You can monitor changes via UCAS Track. Please note that certified copies of documents will not be returned unless you include a covering letter indicating that you require these posting back to you.

If the status of your documents is not updated after three weeks from the date you sent them, please contact the Admissions Team.

Submitting your offer conditions

We should receive A-Level, Pre-U Certificate, International Baccalaureate, Irish Leaving Certificates, Scottish Advanced Highers and STEP results automatically from UCAS, but you will be contacted if we do not receive your results. If you are taking other qualifications, please post us the original transcript of your results (or a copy stamped and signed by your school) as soon as they are available. Copies of documents sent via email will not be accepted.

You should address your post to the relevant admissions team as detailed below (address is detailed in the box to the right):

  • Medicine Admissions
  • Engineering Admissions
  • Natural Sciences Admissions

The above listed high school qualifications must be received by the College no later than the 21 August 2020. If we do not receive your results by this deadline, then it is likely that your place will not be confirmed. The deadline for the receipt of confirmation of any examination remarks is the 28 August 2020.

Please note that some EU and international high school qualifications have an earlier submission deadline of the 31st July 2020. If this is the case, we will confirm this deadline in your offer conditions.

If you have made any changes to the examinations you are taking since completing your UCAS application please let the College and UCAS know immediately in order to help us in processing your results.

Please also check UCAS Track and make sure that you have supplied us with any other documents which we have requested as part of your offer, such as evidence of your English language qualifications. 

Please note the following deadlines for submitting acceptable evidence:

  • IELTS, TOEFL, Pearson and Cambridge Advanced or Proficiency English results must be received by the 16th July 2020.  
  • If you have qualifications that were completed when you applied (i.e were not pending completion at that stage), verification of these qualifications must be received by the 16th July 2020
  • If you have an ATAS condition on your offer, ATAS clearance  must be received by the 16th July 2020.

Submitting English language test results:

If you have been asked to demonstrate your English language proficiency we may be able to verify your test results online if you have taken an IELTS, Pearson, TOEFL or Cambridge Advanced/Proficiency tests:

  • For IELTS, you can provide your Test Report Form Number or a scanned copy of your certificate to the relevant admissions team.
  • For Pearson, ensure you have sent your scores to Imperial via your PearsonPTE account
  • For TOEFL, you can send your 16 digit registration number or a scanned copy of your certificate. Please ensure that you quote your CID number in any email correspondence with the admissions team.
  • For Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency Tests, email your Candidate ID No (3 Letters + 6 Numbers) and Secret No (4 digits) to the admissions team or post your original certificate.

If you have completed another one of Imperial’s accepted English language qualifications, you will need to post the original, physical document to support this qualification (unless we recieve this directly via UCAS as part of your high school examination results, for example IB English). You should post all documents, marked for the attention of the appropriate admissions team, to the following address:

Submitting  Mitigating Circumstances

If you are ill before or during your examinations, or if there are any other special circumstances you would like us to take into account, your mitigating circumstances must be received by the College, before your results are published and no later than the 16th July 2020. This will enable the Admissions Tutor to take this information into account when your results are released. We do not guarantee to consider mitigating circumstances received after this date.