Your Education Officer helps you to get the most out of your degree and academic interests, making sure your views are represented in the classroom.
A little bit about me
I am a Psychology graduate that enrolled in a Foundation year course at UWL back in 2016. Becoming a course rep during my first year was truly empowering! The SU provided me with plenty of opportunities to develop; more importantly, they gave me the chance to represent and help many students in need. This inspired me to run for sabbatical officer, so that I can work alongside every single one of you to make sure you get the most from your experience at UWL.
My work will focus on teaching quality, employability and making sure students get the support they need; I also want to cut waste across campuses making UWL more environmentally friendly!
What I’m hoping to achieve this year
As your VP of Education, my main priority is making sure all students know that their voice is valued and has the power to create change regardless from who they are or the barrier they may be facing. As an international and mature student, it has been difficult at times and I could not have made it without the outstanding support I have received. This year I want to help disadvantage students to get equal access to opportunity and reduce barriers associated with asking for support. If there is anything that worries you do not hesitate to get in contact with me, or my amazing colleagues, Ancha (President) and Stella (VP Activities).
What I love about UWLSU
The atmosphere, support and staff at UWLSU is amazing! We really want the best for all students. Contact us if you want to get involve and shape your higher education journey.