Welcome to University of East London Students' Union

At University of East London Students’ Union, it is our job to help you get the most out of university.

We provide fun activities and events that help you to meet students and make new friends. You can also join our student groups such as Gospel, Creative Design, Musical Theatre or Dance Society, to name but a few. Our academic groups are subject-based, which means you can join students to discuss topics within, for example, business, architecture or nursing. Find out about all our student groups and register to join here.

We exist to give voice to the collective opinion of students, through our student officers, school and course representatives, and community groups. On every level, we make sure that the University is listening to students’ thoughts on their education and the issues that are important to them. Find out how we support students here.

We are here to support you when you need us. We can provide you with impartial advice to help you with any issues relating to your studies. Find out more about our advice service here.


Your Student Leaders


  • Irfana Kottikulam-Aboobacker Activities and opportunities officer
  • Lavanya Rajendran Wellbeing and community officer
  • Rebeca Fernandez Gonzalez School representative (architecture, computing and engineering)

  • Petre StanSchool representative (business and law)
  • Ruth Hayden-Wason School representative (education and communities)
  • Esosa Edosomwan School representative (health, sport and bioscience)

  • Vacant School representative (psychology)
  • Cristian Miclaus School representative (arts and creative industries)

What's Going On


What's on at your Students' Union

Tue 7th December

Tuesday night film
7th December 7pm - 9pm
West Building foyer, Docklands

Wed 8th December

Museum trip
8th December 1pm - 4pm
Off Campus
Islamophobia: Dealing with discrimination
8th December 5pm - 7pm
EB.G.06 - East Building, Docklands
At the roots of our crisis: Tackling an epidemic of hate. Find out what Islamophobia truly is, how it was dealt with 1400 years ago and what that means today. All are welcome!
Comedy night
8th December 7pm - 9:30pm
West Building theatre, Docklands

Thu 9th December

Board games night
9th December 7pm - 9pm
East building, Docklands