We Stood Up For State Council
Now It's the SRC's Turn.
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To me, University is an incredible place, a place where ideas are born, a place for personal growth and most importantly, a place for exchange and interaction. The concentration of people from a diverse range of fields, of varying experience level, age and background creates a unique environment in which to interact. For reasons such as these, I consider it a privilege to be a postgraduate student and to be able to call the University my workplace.
Although there are numerous positives associated with postgraduate study, there are also many challenges. Few, or no, class contact hours mean the postgraduate journey can be isolating and lonely. This can be intensified for international students who face additional obstacles such as language and cultural barriers and being apart from loved ones. My vision for the postgraduate council is a group of individuals who recognise these challenges and work towards creating a university environment where all postgrads have the support available to enable them to lead balanced and happy university and personal lives.
I believe that I possess several qualities that would enable me to succeed in the role of Vice President of the Postgraduate Council. I’m a fair and honest person who is both a good listener and leader. I can be creative and when this is combined with my ambition is usually means I’ll find a way to make the idea a reality.
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