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Sabbatical Officers
Voting closed 8 months ago.
Position information: 
Number of vacancies: 1

Count and results

Date count run 08 Mar 2019
Election rules ERS97 STV
Candidates running 4
Available position 1
Total ballots 2326
Valid votes 2326
Invalid votes 0


Round Jyothi Gupta Aatikah Malik Alan Tebuev RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Quota
1 366.00 1425.00 428.00 107.00 0.00 262.00 1163.00
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 1163.00. Candidate Aatikah Malik has reached the Quota and is elected.

Winner is Aatikah Malik.


Alan Tebuev

Alan Tebuev
Why are you standing?: 

As an international myself I can relate to the pain points that international students have faced. I have been disappointed by the lack of support and guidance that UCL offers its highest paying students. The lack of support is particularly evident in the careers section especially for those students who are on a visa and will need sponsorship to work in the UK. I believe that the university should provide more focus on its international students as they make up 47.1% of the total number of undergraduates ( 15.7% EU, 31.4% non-EU). If UCL is so proud of being a Global University, surely they should provide more support for its highest-fee paying demographic?

Jyothi Gupta

Jyothi Gupta
Why are you standing?: 

My name is Jyothi Gupta and I am applying for the position Welfare and International officer 2019 at our UCL Student Union. I will take this opportunity to meet and work with some amazing people and create unforgettable memories. Throughout my time involved with the Student Union I will make many positive changes and want to develop further with my work experience and knowledge.

I am at Bartlett Centre of Advanced Spatial Analysis doing my graduate study in Smart cities and Urban Analytics. Prior to this, I worked as Architect, Data scientist and have good work experience in largest organisation Larsen and Toubro from India.

My aim is to increase communication between international students within our university with various activities as listed below;

1. Health – Yoga

2. International Festival

3. Sustainability marathons

4. Social networking

5. Accommodation

6. Discrimination

I have worked best in my life experience and I want to make sure you, with my handwork and sincerity will accomplish set goals so that you get some lifelong memories from UCL to takeaway.

Thank you for reading Jyothi’s Manifesto, please vote and share your ideas and support at

I WIN, You WIN!!!!

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Aatikah Malik

Aatikah Malik
Why are you standing?: 

My name is Aatikah Malik, and my time as a History undergraduate at UCL has comprised of some of the best and worst times. In a tough environment such as UCL where the pressure to excel is so great, I know how it feels to be alienated, marginalised and as if your specific needs are being unfulfilled. It would therefore be my personal pleasure and duty as your Welfare and International Officer to ensure your university environment is a comfortable, safe and loving haven; one in which every student, specifically those from underrepresented groups, would feel welcome.

I propose to do this by addressing the following areas


-Stronger zero tolerance on sexual harassment in both the Union and University campus

-Stronger personal tutoring systems and mental health training

-permanent nap rooms and productive use of new space


-Decolonise the curriculum and ensure BME students sense of belonging and welfare

-ensure more culturally sensitive mental health service

-strengthen the hate crime reporting centre and


-support estranged students and those with English as second language

-remove attendance monitoring scheme


-cut the rent and help students with financial management and housing advice through Lobbying the University

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