Foysal Mobarock
President Surrey


01252 89 2693 |


Hello! I am Foysal Mobarock. (He/Him)

I am an international student from Bangladesh, and I am your elected President Surrey for the coming academic year.

I am an enthusiastic student myself, as I’m currently pursuing a Global Masters in Business and Management, until September 2022.

Whilst in the role of President Surrey, I intend to achieve a range of changes to optimise the student experience at UCA. I would like to expand the current UCA job shop, raise awareness of the support available through UCA and UCASU, encourage students to start and join clubs & societies, and improve facilities. I would like to work with regional and global students while also ensuring diversity. 

My responsibility as President Surrey is to represent the UCA student community and to ensure that all students' voices are heard. As a community, we should strive to ensure the betterment of each other’s lives. You will find me on the Farnham and Epsom campuses every week. In my role, I will work closely with President Kent to ensure that all campuses are fairly represented. 

Your Students' Union is shaped by students, and we are independent of UCA to provide support and make sure that students have the best possible experience during their studies. We need your involvement to be able to best represent you, our UCASU members. I am always here for you, whether you want to speak about academic needs, have a complaint about your course, or whatever else (I’m always free for a normal chat too). You can reach me by email, Facebook or by going to the UCASU office in Epsom or Farnham. 

I mean it when I say that you can stop me anywhere on campus for a chat, and I'm looking forward to a wonderful year reflecting your voice!

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The basic job description for President:

The President will:
• Be the figurehead of Surrey campuses
• Develop campaigns in students’ interests
• Sit on relevant committees, including the Board of Governors
• Liaise with the University on the development of the student experience, complaints, equal opportunities and disciplinary procedures.