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For teaching, I will:
- Introduce free short courses for UCL students/grads, with certificates to help employability
- Ensure evidence-led educational practice is embedded into all UCL learning
- Reduce unnecessary lecturer workload, freeing up time for them to invest in UCL's most important asset - us!
- Promote competitive salaries for lecturers, ensuring students learn from the global best and brightest
I will also use data-driven methods to investigate causes of educational inequalities, enabling real change for disadvantaged groups.
Qualified with Education Expertise:
- Gaining Postgrad Diploma in Education from IoE (no. 1 rated education institution in world)
- Led 4 teaching inquiries
- UK Qualified Teacher
- 3 Yrs Teaching Experience (UK & Asia)
- Raised $800k for major charities as State Campaign Manager
- Raised $750k working for disability charity as part of 2-person team
- Helped deliver £125k funding stream for community events
- Manager level experience in fundraising / marketing / sales / events / customer service
- Currently driving change at an AI tech start-up
There’s a window of opportunity here to elect a rep with enough experience and commitment to enact organisational change. With a decade’s worth of experience raising funds, delivering cross-organisational projects, managing teams, and implementing change, I believe that’s me!
Beyond experience, I show the values, tenacity and drive to push projects forward. Heck - I travelled from Korea to Europe by public transport just to show it was possible!
While I hold stakeholders to account, I’ll want to hear your input each step of the way. Together, we can enact change.
- I want to identify student successes and problems within their education across UCL. This starts with more frequent meetings between staff and students as well as a dedicated platform to raise academic issues to make sure student voices are heard
- Reduce the BAME attainment gap and investigate the effectiveness of assessments to guarantee inclusiveness and fairness for every student studying UCL
- Ensure that strike actions do not significantly impact student education and that students receive proper compensation for any disruption that is caused
- I have worked closely with academic lead reps discussing problems with assessments practices, workload, and student wellbeing, and so I know the ins and outs of student struggles
- My Dissertation involves interviewing staff members to investigate problems with teaching at UCL during and after the pandemic. I have valuable insight into teaching practices and, as such, can work towards a collaborative learning approach between students and staff
- Having been a transition mentor and welcome ambassador for UCL, I can communicate on a 1-1 basis and within teams effectively
The pandemic put forth an opportunity to drastically shift UCL’s educational practices. Still, UCL did not deliver high-quality teaching befitting the 8th ranked university in the World QS Standings. During this time, students also had little say in their study concerns, thus severely impacting their learning and mental wellbeing. If I get elected as the educational officer, I want to address these issues. I believe I can represent students at higher positions to fight for better educational practices, ensuring students receive world-class learning.
I hooe to strive for fair and equal education for all students in ucl and to balance out the opportunities given to each student as imbalances is very common due to either personalities or backgrounds that they’re from. Especially during covid time this disparity is more hidden than we thought it might be hence i am eager to bring changes to ucl.
I have been chairladyof the student union and societies back in my high school hence I believe I acquire strong communication skills as well as a broad horizon to understand the difficulties in different roles.I also am able to plan activities and policies so as to maintain the goodwill of a society which I thought might be useful when I’m planning for policies that might help to improve education in the future.I am passionate and interested to try.
I am a very observant person so I might spot problems that is not obvious or significant which is very crucial in helping with education in University as we have a diverse community.’low-key spies’ are really interesting to have so that a comprehensive view of the general education situation can be determined. I am also well adapted to any new positions and are passionate to try out new things. Most importantly is I do really care about fair education as I’ve once suffered from an equal opportunities hence I am eager to strive for our students.
Though UCL are ranked as one of the top universities globally, I believe defects exist within the academic side of the institution. The significance of diversity must continue to be embraced across all respective disciplines; formulating inclusive content would remain the forefront of many of my projects. I hope to increase the role of students in shaping their own university experience, empowered to voice concerns via different platforms.I seek to enact upon the interests of UCL's students and formulate a system to ensure that everyone's academic experience remains enjoyable.
I am an active participant in the History Department's BAME 'Awarding Gap' Project, a scheme designed to address and combat the lack of representation of undergraduate Black, Asian and minority ethnic students within the History discipline.Focus group discussions are often centred around generating strategies to make UCL's History course more accessible and inclusive.Public speaking has been central to my role as a member of the leadership committee at sixth form.Being an ambassador for the Belsen 75 Legacy Project had provided me with the opportunity to motivate change.
UCL represents an emblem of today's world, beaming with different cultures, races and ethnicities; an institution that welcomes all, irrespective of their social circumstances.My Turkish and Russian roots have not blighted my opportunities in academic progression, rather I have thrived within UCL's diversified institution. If elected, I will undoubtedly comply with the student voices and actively generate strategies to ensure everyone receives access to an exceptional standard of education.For me, the role is not considered a formal obligation, rather a reward to induce real change.
Hi, I’m Hamza, a 3rd year History, Politics and Economics student hoping to become your next Education Officer. I hope to:
- Lobby for tuition fee compensation due to recent disruptions to our learning.
- Ensure in-person teaching hours are sufficient for all students.
- Maintain a strong Extenuating Circumstances policy for the next academic year.
- Make detailed feedback mandatory for all assessments.
- Extend the transition mentor system to include 2nd year students.
- Ensure that next year’s attendance policy will not overburden students.
- Work to close the BAME awarding gap.
During my 3 years at UCL, I have gained a lot of experience working as a committee member for two UCL societies. My roles allowed me to work within the UCL community and be involved in university-wide projects such as Charity Week. My experiences have made me appreciate the importance of a strong student voice that will fight for the world-class education we deserve.
From my previous committee experiences, I believe I am the right candidate for this position. I hope you vote for me to represent you and your educational concerns during the next academic year!