Imperial College Union is governed by a small set of important documents, setting out fundamental principles such as our charitable nature, membership, leadership structure, and key partnerships.
Constitution & Bye-laws
The Constitution & Bye-laws of Imperial College Union are the governing documents of the entire organisation.
- Bye-Law A - Structure of the Union
- Bye-Law B - Trustees
- Bye-Law C - Meeting
- Bye-Law D - Policy
- Bye-Law E - Referenda
- Bye-Law F - Officers of the Union
- Bye-law G - Complaints
- Bye-law H - Discipline
- Bye-Law I - Motions of Censure and No Confidence
- Bye-Law J - Major Elections
- Bye-Law K - Minor Elections
- Bye-Law L - Constituent Unions
Our close partnership with Imperial College London is supported through the following agreements:
The Education Act 1994 requires each university and students' union to have a Code of Practice setting out the relationship between the two organisations. We also have a Partnership Agreement and Space Agreement to underpin our collaboration as we improve our members' experience at Imperial, as well as an ongoing funding agreement regarding the annual block grant made by Imperial College London to Imperial College Union.