Hello! My name is Jane Ojiako and I am your VP Education.
I look forward to working hand in hand with the University to achieve my manifesto objectives.
I have just graduated in Business and Human Resource Management from UWE Bristol.
Click here to see what I’m working to achieve this year and my progress so far.
Your VP Education, Ayrden, travelled to Auschwitz, along with VP Societies and Communication, VP Community and Welfare and other sabbatical Officers from across the country to hear first-hand from a Holocaust Survivor.
It was brought to the attention of our VP Education, Ayrden Pocock, that third year students were being made to pay council tax from the date of their last exam at UWE, which for some was as early as April. With many students still having to perform academic activities following their last exam, Ayrden took this issue to the University.
My second year as Vice President Education has been just as fun and exciting as the first. We started the year bonding as a new team and panning out our ideas for the year.
This year, I have continued to raise awareness of the extra costs that students incur whilst studying at UWE Bristol. After undertaking a piece of research to identify various costs of concern to students, and compiling this into a report, I have lobbied the University to think about what they should do to ensure that they address this significant issue.
The annual Student Experience Awards were held at M Shed on Thursday 19 April in celebration of all the hard work and dedication of student reps and staff across UWE Bristol. Here are the winners...
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Improve coursework and examination feedback.
Status: Updated 1/7/2019
Lobby to provide one week for reading in January before exams starts.
Ensure that there are more E-books to enhance student research and improve the accessibility of core reading books in UWE library (online).
Work towards providing library sleeping pods (Research indicates that short naps reduces stress level, improve concentration and memory).
Work towards the provision of free sanitary products in all female and gender neutral toilets around campus.
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