About the role

Who will you choose to become the next President?

The President role is an important, fast-paced and varied job. The President chairs the Board of Trustees, works closely with senior management on Students' Union matters, meets with and lobbies senior stakeholders in the university and makes decisions that have the potential to make a difference to every single Queen Mary student.

The President also has lots of freedom to work on the issues they are passionate about – for example social and extracurricular activities for students, sustainability, fees, study spaces, housing and national education policy.

Role description

The Candidates

Osman Shams

I’m studying Computer Science with Management (ITMB) currently in my Year 2. I want to Nominate Myself for President in the Student Elections 2021 as I Believe that I can Support The Students of the University in address their Queries and Concerns while making QMUL’s Societies better than before.

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Karim Abdelhamid

I wish to help queen Mary University and the students in this troubling times, especially with coping with anxiety and stress. I believe the educational system has let a lot of us down and forgot about us university students.

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Adi Sawalha

We were constantly sidelined and disregarded throughout the past year. It's time you get a leader that can bring your issues to the forefront and fight for you. As a student trustee, I'm exposed to active student concerns, including the impact of covid and am best placed to represent you.

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Raheem Nabi

(Let's Rise Again!)

My name is Raheem Nabi. As president of the QM Squash Club, I have transformed the club into a force for student engagement and mental health. I can take this to the next level, focusing on re-engaging students in such tumultuous times when their voices are more important than ever.

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Fan Xin (Fancy)

Hello, my name is Fan Xin (Fancy). I’m a leader in the tuition fees reduction petition campaign last year. my statement: 1. Reduce tuition fees. 2. Completing all proposals in the annual meeting. 3. Pay more attention to mental health during pandemic. 4. Providing more online activities. 5. Post-epidemic reconstruction.

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