Who we are and what we do
Information about Imperial College, our legal framework, structure, location, strategies. partners and actvities for students can be found in the sections below.
Who we are and what we do - accordion
Imperial College is an independent corporation whose legal status derives from a Royal Charter granted under Letters Patent in 1907. In 2007 a Supplemental Charter and Statutes was granted by HM Queen Elizabeth II. This Supplemental Charter, which came into force on the date of the College's Centenary, 8th July 2007, established the College as a University with the name and style of "The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine"
How the Institution is organised
Policies and procedures
Information on the College’s mission statement, its quality assurance policies and procedures, and its learning and teaching strategy
Information on the College’s mission statement, its quality assurance policies and procedures, and its learning and teaching strategy can be found by following the links below:
Leading the world | About | Imperial College London
Location and Contact Details
Organisations which Imperial College has responsibility for, those we work with in partnership and companies we wholly or partially owned
The Imperial for businesses pages of the College website provide details of Imperial College companies and services.
The Imperial College Union website provides details of the activities of the Student Union and other clubs, associations and non-academic activities that are organised for or by the students.