Hello, I'm Jamie. I've been at Imperial since my undergrad, so I have wide-ranging experience about how Imperial works from various perspectives.
Last year I was elected to union council. While on council I looked at improving representation in the union and working on some changes to improve the way council runs. I also scrutinised the papers that came through council and helped to improve them.
I... read more
We all have worked hard to secure an admission at Imperial College London. I believe that it is thus important to make this place flawless by pointing out and raising all our issues and improvements. Vote for me if you can relate to the following issues:
Do you feel the lack for a closer accommodation at a decent price?
Do you believe that there should be more free shuttles and not just the one... read more
G'Day ladies and gentleman, my name is Brett Parkinson and I'm a Chemical Engineering PhD Student from Australia. I'm an experienced Union Council Representative having been elected an undergraduate engineering student representative for two consecutive years at the University of Queensland Student Union in Sunny Australia. During this time, I was also the President of the Chemical Engineering Student... read more
With 2 years of previous experience as a student representative, I am standing for a position of a student rep during my postgraduate year in order to help students with academic course and career options awareness. I am welcoming all the challenges and will always take time to direct your issues to relevant people inside and outside of our department.
Being in charge of our postgraduate Chemical Engineering... read more
Hi everyone I am Xin from China. I am doing the Environmental Engineering with Business Management master course now. If I am elected to be the Ordinary Member of Council, I will devote my time and speak for engineering postgraduate students in issues including tuition fees, bursaries and widening participation or any aspects that needs to be improved. As international students form a great percentage of the... read more