**Important notice 15/08/2017**

It has been reported that there has been an attempt to re-direct students paying Tuition fees to a false bank account. Please take extra caution when making payments to Imperial College.

Below are a few things to be aware of BEFORE making any payment.

  1. Any emails / invoices regarding Tuition fees will come from our tuition.fees@imperial.ac.uk email address only, emails relating to applications to pay fees in instalments will come from student.lending@imperial.ac.uk only. 
  2. The College bank details are attached to the PDF Tuition fee invoice, funds should ONLY be paid to the account shown on the invoice which will match that shown on our How to Pay page.

If you are unsure of the content of an email, you can verify any email with us by forwarding it to our email address (do not reply to a suspicious email, always forward it to allow you to enter the address yourself) or by calling us on our phone number shown in the Contact us section of this site.  If you have any concerns or believe you may have been a victim of a scam email, please contact a member of the Student Fees team on tuition.fees@imperial.ac.uk

 Below are a few pointers with regards to detecting Scams and malware.

Avoiding scams and malware

Email-distributed malware are emails that contain rogue attachments. The attachments could have software that intercepts your keystrokes, may attempt to steal banking information or mean that your computer can be controlled remotely by criminals.

Tips to avoid being scammed

If in doubt, do not click

A simple rule is: do not click on any links that you're not sure about. Think about whether the person or organisation the email appears to be from is likely to ask for this information. Phishing emails sometimes pretend to be from your bank or may ask you for your username and password for certain websites, like PayPal. If it looks too good to be true, it usually is, so if you receive an unsolicited email to notify that you have won the lottery or inherited vast sums of money, it is almost certainly a scam.

We will never ask you to provide your password either in person or via email. 

Check the email carefully

While phishing scams are becoming more sophisticated, there can often be signs that something is wrong in the email. Are there spelling mistakes? Does the wording have a different tone of voice to other communications you have received from that person or organisation?

Emails from the College will not use unusual emphasis or threaten dire immediate consequences (for example the use of capitalisation to emphasis a point or threatening that your account will be immediately suspended).  

Check the website address

If you are considering following a link, check the website address carefully. Is it what you would expect? Be wary of following any link in an email that takes you to a login screen. These can be convincing but may not be genuine. Use your cursor to hover over the link to see if it actually redirects to a different website address than stated.

Report anything suspicious

If it looks suspicious, even if you know the source, do not open or click on any links. Report the email to the ICT Security team by attaching the suspicious email to an ASK request


Please note that fees are charged by year of entry to the College and not year of study. The fees listed within this section are for all students in the 2017–2018 academic session,  To find the fee for your department and course, first choose your Faculty from the boxes below.

The fees for Home/EU students that are based on the UK Research Councils fee will increase annually in line with the GDP deflator; fees for other programmes will increase annually by the RPI value in the April of the calendar year in which the session commences.  The UK Research Councils fee for 2017-18 has not yet been confirmed, any fees shown in italic font are provisional and Imperial College London reserves the right to adjust these fees once the Research Council Indicative Fee is confirmed in the Spring of 2017.  For more information on the Research Council Indicative Fee please see the RCUK website

 The fees for continuing Overseas students will increase annually by the RPI value in the April of the calendar year in which the session commences; fees for subsequent years of study may be higher than the fee listed here.

If you have any queries about your fees, please contact a member of the Tuition Fees team using the links on the left hand side of the page.