SUBU VP Student Opportunities Candidates

Credit: Nerve Photography, Aaron Johnson

Role of SU Student Opportunities:

Student Opportunities leads the development of societies, clubs and volunteering for all BU students, within local community and at a national level, representing them through this as well as student development and employability. The role will hold the university to account on all matters of student opportunities.


  • Harry Tuck

My name is Harry Tuck, I am currently enrolled in the Business and Management course here at BU. My purpose is to unite BU through sport, clubs, and societies. Creating a sustainable campus with active communities where you live your dream and share your passion.  I have four main priorities for change;

  1. Gaining an increase in awareness for clubs and societies.
  2. More paid student job opportunities on campus.
  3. Ensuring sustainability practices are at the heart of all clubs and societies.
  4. Job fairs that meet the needs of students.


  • Hannah D’Urban

Hi! I'm Hannah DJ (D'Urban Jackson). If elected, I will implement:

  1. SUBU events in the gateway building.
  2. Safer clubbing with girls only at TOFS and seek drink cover opportunities.
  3. Better communication on events and services provided at SUBU.

These things combined will positively impact your university experience by creating a safer, integrated communication environment to include you in the social aspects of Bournemouth University.


  • Fiifi Asafu-Adjaye

My name is Fiifi Adjaye, I am a 2nd year Sports Management student and I’m your upcoming Vice President of Student Opportunities. My proposal:

  1. To work with the clubs and societies to increase the overall satisfaction of students at BU. 
  2. To support employability opportunities through working with the skills development program.  
  3. To produce a healthy relationship with SportBU to improve accessibility for all BU students.

Credit: Nerve Photography, Aaron Johnson. 

How do you intend on supporting employability opportunities a BU?

 “My idea is that students come with the idea of what skills they believe they lack… Then shared with the development program. So that when they go on to their placement or post-graduate work in the workplace they have that confidence to show what they are capable of.”

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  • Charity Omoduemuke

Hello, my name is Akporoghene Charity Omoduemuke. I’m a level 5 business and management student. I decided to run for this post because I believe that students need to develop skills and enhance their experiences outside their course of study; I believe this is valuable to them and further enhance their employability when applying for jobs both in their placement year and after graduating from university. 

To achieve this goal:

Organizing free employability workshops at BU - I will make sure that these events are displayed on Brightspace and the BU website and all available social media handles.

Credit: Nerve Photography, Aaron Johnson. 

How would you promote employability workshops further?

“I’m going to make sure that students are aware of these opportunities in the year. So, I’m going to talk to students constantly about what peaks their interest.”

“Your vote is your VOICE, your vote is important for the excellent future of SUBU and Bournemouth University.

“My name is Charity. Give me the opportunity to serve. ”


*Some candidates were not available to attend an interview at time of request, so Nerve Now were unable to ask each candidate personalised questions. *


To hear more from the VP Student Opportunities candidates, check out Nerve Radio’s podcast. 


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