School of Politics & International Relations Rep

About the role

The School of Politics and International Relations Representative collects feedback from students in the school and represents students’ interests. They’ll be able to work on lots of different aspects of the student experience, including feedback, assessments, teaching, employability and student support. They’ll also be responsible for chairing the School Forum for Course Representatives, and will work with the Vice President Humanities and Social Sciences to address issues that are affecting HSS students.

Role description

The Candidates

Louis Gouget

Be confident and proud of what you are and what you stand for. Be proud of being part of QMUL, be proud of being yourself, be proud of electing me. If you make the right choice, you are in safe hands. You can bank on me!

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Syed Zargham Gilani

I aim to build a platform for all political science and International Relations undergrad and postgraduate students where they can share the current political issues surrounding their regions. Additionally, they can share all education and professional opportunities for their colleagues to apply on. This initiative would aim to build a

Erin Scarsbrook

I share the same concerns about how the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting our degree and university experience. Many students are disillusioned and I want to change that - I won a dissertation deadline extension and I want to motivate other SPIR students to represent their interests and win better provisions.

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Irina Svishcheva

Hello everyone! My name is Irina and I am running for the position of a School of Politics & International Relations Rep. I have a Russian/Ukrainian background, and the recent international events have influenced me to be brave, and to help people express their true beliefs and exercise their rights.

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