Hey! My name is Joshua Edje and I am your VP Sports and Health.
I’ve just graduated from UWE Bristol with an Aerospace degree. I love football and sports in general, and see playing football as a therapeutic activity. I want the opportunity to use my love for sports to provide the best sporting experience for UWE Bristol students.
Click here to see what I’m working to achieve this year and my progress so far.
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.
We know that the recent COVID-19 developments have had a big impact on the UWE Bristol student community, and as a Presidents Team we are working hard to ensure that we are supporting you and voicing your concerns.
Earlier this year, we invited all UWE Bristol students to take part in our annual Sustainability Survey and share their awareness, perceptions and recommendations, on how we can make UWE greener. An amazing 927 students took the time to complete the survey and we have been digesting your responses, in order to take on-board your suggestions and make a positive change. Here is a summary of what students said about sustainability at UWE.
On Tuesday 20 November myself and UWE RAG clubbed together to host the first ever ‘Sports Does Strictly’ event within The Students' Union, all in aid of United through Sport.
This last year as VP Sports & Health has absolutely flown by! It’s been an extremely busy, often challenging but brilliant year. I’ve experienced so much, learnt new skills and developed my confidence hugely...
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Organise more fun social events both on and off campus.
Status: Updated 20/02/2020
Involve teams in charity based events that recognise and support mental health.
Work towards the provision of a shuttle bus for league players.
Work towards more time given on the astro-pitch at the Centre for Sport for players based on unanimous requests.
Make VARSITY more fun, interesting and appealing to new students hence raising the overall awareness of the competition.
Use the digital screens around campuses to promote and develop awareness of all sporting events by showing the achievements of our teams.
Create a platform that raises awareness of student sport achievements within their courses.
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