Powers and Function
Powers and Functions of the Court
The powers and functions of the Court are determined by Ordinance and are:
Imperial College London’s Court brings together alumni and neighbourhood organisations as key stakeholders, to help the College further the implementation of the College Strategy. The powers and functions of the Court are:
a. To receive an annual report on the working of the College from the President;
b. To discuss the College Strategy and its implementation and other matters relating to the College;
c. To approve amendments to the Charter on the recommendation of the Council, prior to submission to the Privy Council;
d. To make representations for the appointment of a Visitor, as provided for in the Charter.