Information for New Starters and Future Applicants | ICMP London

Earlier this week we announced that ICMP is moving to alternative and online modes of teaching, learning and assessment for a short period of time in response to the current coronavirus situation. We explained that ICMP is most definitely not closing and we will continue to focus on delivering an outstanding educational experience, supporting our students in the successful completion of their studies.

Since then, a few of you have been asking if this will affect students due to start with us in September. The simple answer is no it won’t! We interview or audition all our applicants, and we will continue to do so using Skype and other tools even during this period of isolation, so you will be able to secure your place here even if your A-levels or other exams are cancelled.

If you have been offered a place to study at ICMP, starting in September 2020, we are very much looking forward to welcoming you into the ICMP community. If you have applied to ICMP recently, our friendly Admissions team will be in contact - if they haven’t already - with information on how to complete your audition and other arrangements. And if you are thinking of applying, we are here to answer any questions you might have and help you through the application process.

This is understandably an uncertain period of time and we’re working hard to provide you with as much information as we can. The wellbeing of our students and staff is always our number one priority. But these times will pass and we aim to provide some certainty by supporting you in your decisions and choices for your future studies.

If you have any questions related to gaining your place at ICMP or regarding any part of the application process, please get in touch with our Admissions Team via

We will, of course, keep you updated on any developments in due course.

Stay safe and take care.

Paul Kirkham​
ICMP Chief Executive

Read more from Paul about how ICMP has responded to the challenges of the current period.