1. Postgraduate Applicants: SMCSE
  2. Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to other questions often asked by our applicants.

Where do I send my documents?

Please send them to us by email at smcsepg@city.ac.uk, including your nine digit application number.

What do I do if I want to decline my offer or withdraw?

Please email us at smcsepg@city.ac.uk to let us know you are declining the offer. Make sure you include your nine digit application number. If you decide you do not want to pursue your postgraduate study then it is important to let us know so we can stop contacting you. It is also helpful for us to know why you declined your offer, or decided not to pursue postgraduate study.

How long is my course?

Full time courses are 12 months. Part time courses are 24-27 months.

I'd like to speak to an academic, how can I do this?

Our Postgraduate Open Evenings offer the best opportunities to meet and speak to academics from the school.

If you are not able to attend an Open Evening, we may be able to arrange a meeting another time. Please contact smcsepg@city.ac.uk for more information. Sometimes it is not always possible to find an opportunity to speak with an academic due to their teaching hours, but we do try to facilitate this whenever we can.

How do I get to the campus?

View our campus maps for full details of our location and how to plan your journey to City.

What are the contact details for the School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering?

If you have any questions about your chosen programme or the admissions process, feel free to contact the Postgraduate Office by email on smcsepg@city.ac.uk or by telephone on (020) 7040 0248. Our address is:

Postgraduate Courses Office (Room A302)
College Building
School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering
City, University of London
Northampton Square
London, EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

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