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what makes you think that, if you don’t mind me asking?
Probably because they've spent most of the last 10 years vacillating with their graduate entry course - first it was an accelerated 4 year course, then it was just a standard 5 year course but only for graduates, then I think it wasn't available...they don't seem to really know what to do with it.
Of course that user may have some additional insider knowledge if they're currently at Imperial (or work there!)
So there is news that imperial college are pairing with cumbria to start a new graduate entry scheme that’s due to take its first 50 students for 2025. So I would imagine UCAS entry for this should be available from next year - 2024.