Aberystwyth University Centre


About us:

Aberystwyth University Centre is situated on the Welsh coast in the seaside town of Aberystwyth. It is our first ever student society and was founded in 2021. Our aims include to run campaigns, research issues, lobby bodies such as the Student Union or the local council, work with other societies where we have common ground, organise events with guest speakers and run socials.

Our campaigns:

No more mould in student housing

No student should live in student or private accommodation with mould. It can become a serious health hazard and disrupt students. It’s why we will campaign for the university to introduce new measures for accommodation with mould and we will lobby the Senedd to improve rules on privately rented housing.

Keeping students safe

We will push for better university complaints procedures to deal with sexual assault cases and other complaints within the university properly. To do this we will be working with multiple political and campaigning societies to create a solution so that all complaints are dealt with properly.

Better mental health support

To achieve this we have two goals. The first is to campaign for better procedures to show what mental health support is available to students from the university. This will make it easier for students to access the services they need. The other goal is to push for counselling services for students whenever they need it.

Our team:

Jasneet Samrai

Jasneet is the President of the Aberystwyth University Centre society and is the Deputy Director for Centre. They have also worked as a campaign organiser, at Oxfam and helping to elect 3 MEP’s.

Alex Tamblyn

Alexander is Vice-President of the Aberystwyth University Centre society. He is also a Law graduate now studying for a Masters at Aberystwyth University in Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Tayla Dodd

Tayla is the Wellbeing Officer of the Aberystwyth University Centre society.

William Burrows

William is the Treasurer of the Aberystwyth University Centre society. He lives in Accrington and is currently studies Economics at Aberystwyth University.


Stopping spiking and supporting survivors:

Coalition against sexual assault:


A better complaints system

Freshers fair:

Our publications:

A computer with the words "Computer says no: The issues with vaccine passports and NHS IT systems (Briefing paper). Jasneet Samrai, September 7th, 2021. Centre Think Tank ISSN 2634-4696".

Computer says no: The issues with vaccine passports and NHS IT systems (Briefing paper):

This paper looks at how issues with NHS IT systems logging vaccines has caused issues as the government rolls out vaccine passports. As a result we recommend scrapping vaccine passports and fixing NHS IT systems.


Andrew Dixon

Andrew supports Centre Aberystwyth in its work and makes what we do possible. He is the founder of ARC InterCapital and previously worked at Goldman Sachs. Since then he has created campaigns including Fairer Share and the Woodhaven trust.

Key documents:

Constitution, Code of conduct, Risk assessments and Covid risk assessments:

Read all of our documents here.



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