Hello, my name is Ubong Ante and I am your VP Community and Welfare.
The role of VP Community and Welfare is to ensure a smooth transition for both home and international students, across different academic years.
I’ve just graduated from UWE Bristol in Mechanical Engineering. During my time at university, I gained valuable knowledge and experience from various positions held, including being a company representative during an internship. This has put me in the right position to represent your welfare needs during your time at UWE Bristol.
Click here to see what I’m working to achieve this year and my progress so far.
Your Presidents' Team has been working hard to represent the student community to all levels of UWE Bristol. Check out this update from each of them with their progress in October.
This year we took to our screens for five days of virtual training with the NUS Lead and Change conference.
Sign petitions, educate yourselves, write to your MP, donate, and help to make sure that the conversation doesn’t stop. In this article, we have some resources that you can utilise.
We are at the point where we can no longer say that The Students’ Union is against racism, it is not enough and we know that.
After weeks of hard work and meetings, President, Precious Onyenekwu Tatah and the rest of The Students’ Union’s Presidents Team is delighted to share an update on their campaign to support students who may be struggling to meet the financial demands of accommodation payments, due to the impact of COVID-19.
0117 328 7570
Lobby the university to build over 1000 more accommodation rooms on Frenchay Campus.
Status: Updated 01/09/20
Lobby the university to build to look into building more rooms on other (non Frenchay) campus sites.
Lobby the university to build more chill out areas across all campuses.
Lobby the university to Improve the wellbeing provisions on Glenside and City campuses
Lobby the university to offer more drop in sessions with trained counsellors.
Lobby UWE Catering for more diverse and cheaper food options across all campuses.
Look into viabiliy of organising food fairs on other campus sites.
Work with programme leaders to organise social activities, employability and career events, and creating opportunities for skills development
Back to top