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Get to know Issy

Read my manifesto

My top 3 priorities:

  1. Create a weekly programme of events that caters to all (PGT, PGR, part-time, child-friendly, UCL East & Main Campus)
  2. Ensure that students feel their voices are being heard and that our Sabb officers are more accessible and connected to the student body. E.g., anonymous feedback forms, drop-in sessions with Sabbs etc.
  3. Expand bursary support (not based on family income but on need) and support PGs through the cost-of-living crisis.

My advice to new students?

Get stuck in. There is definitely something at UCL for you and a whole host of things to get involved in. Studies are important of course but the extracurricular and social life is something you should never sacrifice and it will give you memories and friends for life. The biggest regret I find final year students have is that they did not get involved with enough events, societies, clubs etc. during their time (I am one of them!). Whether it’s just one thing or 10, it all counts! Uni is an experience of a lifetime.