We will strengthen and diversify our revenues

Delivering our mission requires investment in our staff, students and facilities.

Financial sustainability is essential to ensuring that we are able to maintain and develop a world-class research and education environment and have the flexibility to invest in the opportunities of our choice.

In action

Actions in detail

  • We will dedicate over one-third of the space at our White City Campus to diversifying our income.
  • We will continue to seek philanthropic investment to strengthen our strategic priorities, and continue to grow our cash income. 
  • We will manage the College Endowment to generate a steady return and continue to grow the number of endowed scholarships, professorships and chairs.

Case studies

School of Public Health

Our world-leading School of Public Health is pushing the frontiers of technological innovation, big data and scientific knowledge to address some of our most intractable health challenges, from the containment of deadly infectious disease, to the prevention of childhood malnutrition and obesity and the treatment of dementia and other age-related conditions.

J-IDEA, the Abdul Latif Jameel Institute for Disease and Emergency Analytics

The Abdul Latif Jameel Institute for Disease and Emergency Analytics (J-IDEA) was co-founded with Community Jameel to help combat threats from diseases by rapidly responding to emergencies such as epidemics, extreme climate events, and natural and humanitarian disasters. J-IDEA’s mission is to bring together global health researchers in the School of Public Health and draw on Imperial’s expertise in data analytics, epidemiology and economics, to improve the understanding of diseases and health emergencies in the most vulnerable populations across the globe. The institute will tackle crises, such as Ebola, MERS and Coronavirus, alongside longer-term global priorities such as non-communicable diseases and the impact of climate change on health.

The Mohn Centre for Children’s Health and Wellbeing

The Mohn Centre will be a new state-of-the art hub for health and wellbeing research, education and community engagement, and is founded on the premise that all children deserve the best chances in life. By preventing chronic disease and infection in the early years of life, Imperial can ensure that future generations have every opportunity to thrive and succeed. The Centre will pioneer a combined approach to mental and physical health, with a focus on early intervention to prevent young people from developing chronic disease that can persist throughout their lives. As well as having a global impact, the Centre will convene local organisations such as the NHS, the local authority, schools, voluntary organisations and mental health and wellbeing services with the College’s expertise.