Faculty of Engineering (Undergraduate) Ordinary Member of Council

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The Union Council is essential to having your voice heard. As the body responsible for making policy and providing scrutiny and accountability it is vital that members stand up for the students they represent. Last year I stood up for you, attending almost every session of Council, and speaking and voting to make sure that your voice was heard by the Union. Far too often we see student unions around the country... read more
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Hi, You want to see changes in the faculty of engineering. I want too. We know there are many issues that could be solved such as : -Increasing tuition fees -Transport oyster cards not free for all -Lack of an 'alumni' spirit -Lack of connections between departments -An old-fashioned way of teaching -Lack of bursaries available -Environmental issues We can make those changes. We are... read more
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Hey! I'm Tom, a third year Computing student in the Faculty of Engineering. You may also know me as the Vice President of DoCSoc (Department of Computing Society) and Honorary Secretary for CGCU this year. The short version: I've been highly involved in my Department, constituent union, and the Union since I first came to Imperial, and as such I am well qualified to fight on behalf of our faculty to... read more
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Hi, my name's Paul and I'm standing to be an Ordinary Member of Council for the (undergrad) Faculty of Engineering because I'd like to get more involved with Council, understand how it works more, and see how I can help to make Imperial a better place to study. The past two years I've been DoCSoc Webmaster and VP, and this year I'm the CGCU Spanner Bearer - so I guess I get around. I... read more
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Hi there! It’s your fellow engineer, computing student, and CGCU VP (Finance and Societies) here. As some of you may already know, Union Council is ICU’s highest body, with important functions in policy-making, scrutiny, and accountability. It is considered as the democratic voice of the student body in the highest level in the union, representing the views of all Imperial’s students. My primary role as an... read more
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This is Jianou Jiang. I believe Imperial is much better than Oxbridge. If you agree please vote me. I would be so happy.
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Hello everyone! My name is Marietta and I'm a 2nd year Biomedical Engineering student. I didn't move to the UK from another country just to study Engineering, which is one of the main reasons why I'm doing this. You know when you read about politicians and the Government and you think "I would’ve done that differently"? Well, I actually want to put myself in that position. Being from Spain... read more
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I’m a third year Computing student and I’d love for you to elect me to represent engineering students on Union Council. I would bring a wealth of experience in serving Imperial students through volunteer positions. I'm the current President of the Department of Computing Society, DoCSoc, and last year, served as the Secretary of the OSC, which oversees all 57 international and cultural societies at Imperial,... read more
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Hi, I'm Alessandro, currently DoCSoc Events Officer and CGCU Events Officer. I will bring my experience in these roles since last year for an even more democratic and active Union which is able to cater for all students' needs. (P.s: No Bud Shite, bring back Stella) (P.s2: I'm Paul Balaji's running mate)
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"I can't wait to get out of here" I have heard this phrase too many times since I got back from my exchange year at Berkeley, California. It seems like student satisfaction here has become a serious issue, people are leaving Imperial with no attachment or affinity to the university. After my experience at Berkeley, I think that the disconnect between students and the school's spirit is... read more
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Hello everyone, I’m a fourth year Biomedical Engineering student, and I’d like to represent you on Union Council. As City and Guilds College Union President last year, I enjoyed representing a majority of you to both the Union and the Faculty through many avenues. This, as well as being a hall senior for 2 years, has allowed me to experience representation while also exposing me to the many issues that... read more