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Institute of Cancer Research: Royal Cancer Hospital (the)

Operating as The Institute of Cancer Research

UKPRN: 10003324

This is the unique identifier allocated to a provider by the UK Register of Learning Providers (UKRLP).


Legal address: 123 Old Brompton Road, London, SW7 3RP

This is the address that the provider has officially registered at. It may well teach courses at other addresses.

This provider:

  • is a designated institution

    This provider has been designated by statutory instrument as eligible to be grant-funded by HEFCE.

  • can award University of London degrees

    This provider is part of the University of London and can award University of London degrees.

  • will receive public funding directly from HEFCE during the current academic year

    HEFCE provides grant funding to higher education institutions for the provision of education, the undertaking of research and for related activities. See more about the funding allocations made to this provider.

Higher education students at this provider:

  • can apply for disabled students' allowance

    This provider has automatic designation for student support and eligible postgraduate students studying on courses that meet the requirements set out in the Student Support Regulations can apply for disabled students' allowances. See more about student finance.

  • can apply for postgraduate loans for masters study

    This provider has automatic designation for postgraduate masters degree loans. Eligible students studying on masters courses that meet the requirements set out in the relevant regulations can apply for a postgraduate masters loan. See more about postgraduate masters loans.

This provider is required to:

  • demonstrate financial sustainability

    This provider has a memorandum of assurance and accountability with HEFCE and is reviewed by HEFCE:

    • in relation to its financial sustainability and governance
    • to ensure that there are suitable accountability processes in place
    • to assess the strength of its systems and controls and the accuracy of data submitted for funding purposes.

    The providers' governing body is responsible for ensuring that the provider remains financially sustainable.

  • meet quality assessment requirements

    This provider is reviewed by HEFCE against the quality assessment requirements. To see previous review visit reports please use the link below. The quality of research undertaken by this provider is also periodically assessed by the UK higher education funding bodies. See more about the most recent assessment exercise.

  • provide certain information on its students and performance

    This provider gives information to the Higher Education Statistics Agency and HEFCE including data on courses, students, graduate employment, staff and finances.

  • ensure student complaints can be reviewed independently

    This provider is required to be a member of the independent complaints scheme for higher education students; the Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA). Students who have exhausted the relevant internal complaints procedures and are not satisfied with the outcome may be able to complain to the OIA, provided the complaint is within the OIA's remit.