Vice President Science and Engineering

About the role

The Vice President Science & Engineering represents students and campaigns on matters relating directly to students’ education within their faculty such as teaching quality, library provision and feedback. They are responsible for implementing many of the Students’ Union's education policies and work closely with Course Reps and School Representatives to improve students' educational experience. They chair the Science & Engineering Board and attend a wide range of university meetings.

Role description

The Candidates


Iftikhar Khan

This year has not been easy on anyone, especially us university students. The experience has been somewhat challenging thus far. Blended learning, increased coursework and hundreds of emails are but few of the obstacles we have had to deal with. Its time we got an education service worth our fees.

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Shamiha Ahmed

Delivering effective online teaching [Offer more office hours and one to one meetings if requested] Organise more Commercial Service [Tailoring the events and survives according to students’ interest]

Bilge Kacmaz

(Let's Rise Again!)

I am Bilge and I am standing for VP Science and Engineering. I co-founded engineering society which won several competitions and advanced inclusivity of women-in-engineering! I intend to do the same for (S & E) in establishing a platform where all of us could work together for common glory!

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Laiba Hafeez

Hi, my name is Laiba Hafeez and I am a final year Chemistry student. During my time here at QMUL, I have seen first-hand the importance of student voice. If elected, I will ensure that students are able to have their say and get the respect they deserve.

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Aphrodite Murray-Liddington

Hi everyone, I’m Aphrodite! As the current VP S&E I would love to further establish my role and continue amplifying your voices during such exceptional circumstances. Amongst many things, I endeavour to reinstate lab practical’s/research dissertations as well as safeguard and enhance the ‘no-detriment policy’ by discounting students’ worst modules.

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