This list of questions has been put together to try and answer any queries you may have before the new term starts in September.
As part of our ‘Registration' process, which runs during the summer months, current students and applicants will receive a survey asking you about your needs so we can find out whether they’re financial, academic, equipment-based, wellbeing-related, linked to disability support, or a combination of these. We anticipate you'll have many questions for us, so we do invite and encourage your feedback.
Understanding your individual needs
As part of our ‘Registration' process, which runs during the summer months, students and applicants will receive a survey asking about their needs so we can find out whether they’re financial, academic, equipment-based, wellbeing-related, linked to disability support, or a combination of these. We anticipate you'll have some questions for us, so we do invite and encourage your feedback.
WHEN WILL I RECEIVE MY TIMETABLE AND COURSE MATERIALS?
Preliminary timetables will be published approximately one month before the start of your course. Once you have completed Online Registration, log in to dashboard.icmp.ac.uk with your username and password and select Calendar/Timetable.
You should then see your timetable displayed with your classes and any room bookings you will make. If you have not completed Online Registration, you may not be able to see your timetable - please visit gateway.icmp.ac.uk to complete this.
Once you have done this, your timetable will be created within a few days.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING INDUCTION?
There are a variety of events to attend during your Induction, from social events with your new classmates to talks and workshops for your programme.
One task you must complete during Induction week is Enrolment – ICMP staff will check your information, update your student record, check your fees are paid, and issue you with your ICMP student card. You will be given a specific time slot for your enrolment closer to your course start date.
WHAT WILL I NEED FOR ENROLMENT?
To complete your enrolment you will need to bring the following:
- A form of photo ID (e.g. passport of driving license)
- Qualification certificates
- Evidence of how you'll be paying your fees
International students are required to bring ddditional documents, for full guidance please visit this page.
WHAT CAN I DO IF I MISS ENROLMENT?
All students will need to enrol before the deadline. If you miss your Enrolment session, there may be other Enrolment sessions you can attend during Induction week – you can turn up at any of these sessions if you miss yours.
After Induction week, you can visit the student helpdesk at our Kilburn campus to enrol. Please note that the Enrolment sessions may be held at either the Dyne Road or Queen’s Park campuses, so check the website to find out where Enrolment will take place if you do need to reschedule.
How do I register online?
HOW DO I SORT MY FINANCES FOR MY COURSE?
Please let us know when you have either:
- you have arranged your student loan
- you have arranged private funding for your studies
This will allow us to proceed with your enrolment process ahead of the new academic year.
If you are experiencing difficulties funding your studies, please get in touch with our Finance Team who can discuss your options.
To get in touch with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I find this year's TERM DATES?
You can find the full list of term dates here for our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
CAN ICMP HELP ME FIND STUDENT ACCOMMODATION?
We have created a helpful Accommodation Guide which is regularly updated with useful contacts, tips and guidance on finding accommodation.
Once students have received an offer on a course, they will also be able to request access to The ICMP House Hunting Forum on Facebook, where they can meet up to find house-sharing/hunting opportunities. The forum is very active and is the primary place where ICMP students seek accommodation, advertise available rooms and search for housemates.
Towards the start of the academic year, we also organise dedicated Accommodation Days for students who are relocating to meet each other and find out more about student accommodation options.
HOW CAN I MEET STUDENTS ON OTHER COURSES?
Your ICMP Experience starts with our legendary Freshers Week. As always, we've got an action packed week lined up for you, offering the perfect opportunity to meet each other, watch live music, get on stage and so much more. The week kicks off with our popular Meet and Greet event. Full Freshers details will be released over the coming months, but here's a sneak peak at the line-up.
On our ICMPLife Facebook channel you'll also find a group dedicated to Freshers, this is another great place to meet each other and on there you'll also find details of various group chats that have already started.
Throughout the academic year we also hold a wide range of events for students, some of which are dedicated to student networking. These events are open to all students and we often see some Alumni in attendance too, so they're a prime opportunity for you to make new friends and also build your professional network.
WHO CAN I CONTACT IF I Have MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS?
ICMP’s Wellbeing Team is available to help and support you with mental health-related issues. The team can be contacted via email@example.com.
There are also plenty of external resources available if you need to speak with someone at any time:
Talk anytime you like, about anything that’s bothering you, in your own way and off the record.
Phone 116 123
Text ‘SHOUT’ to 85258 or visit give us a shout.
You're not alone. Togetherall is a safe place to talk, share the load and support others like you. It’s available 24/7, 365 days a year and is FREE for all ICMP students.
Supporting you to look after your mental health.
NHS MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT ONLINE
Looking after your mental health.
WHAT IS CANVAS?
Canvas is our central online learning environment for all educational activity at ICMP, whether you’re learning via distance or face-to-face.
This year, we’re further enhancing Canvas with increased accessibility and inclusivity features, so it’s more intuitive, easier to use, offers a smoother user experience, and includes more learning content than ever.
Find out more about our digital ecosystem here.
WHAT IS ICMP LIFE?
ICMP Life is our student and alumni social platform, exclusively available to ICMP students and alumni - available at icmplife.com.
You can use the platform to access jobs, industry opportunities, social networking, mentoring, and find out about all of our student and careers events.
Find out more about our digital ecosystem here.
WHAT IS THE SONGWRITERS CIRCLE?
ICMP’s Songwriters’ Circles are our unique monhtly musical celebrations, hosted by our songwriting faculty.
The events offer students the opportunity to play alongside some of popular music’s most respected and celebrated songwriters. You'll hear stripped back performances and hear exclusive insight and stories behind the songs in an intimate setting.
Please note these events are open to students from all programmes to attend and play.
Find out more on our dedicated page.