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Secretary General: William Farrugia
William is enrolled at the University of Malta and is reading for a Bachelor of Laws degree.
William has been a very active student throughout his sixth form years and more recently within University. He believes that the thriving community of University organisations offers students an extra level of education, one which cannot be gained through any amount of academic achievements, lectures or studies, and is just as vital as one's formal education. This vibrant community offers endless opportunities and equips all those involved with skills and attributes which will surely serve as invaluable assets.
William was very active, both with SDM - Studenti Demokristjani Maltin, within which he served two terms as an executive board member, as well as being active with various other student organisations. Outside University, William has a passion for sports, an avid runner, he participates in mainly long-distance running events, and has successfully competed in the Malta Half Marathon. He constantly speaks out about the benefits of leading a healthy lifestyle, and also holds environmental issues close to his heart. One of his passions is vehicles and motorsports, which he follows closely and participates in whenever possible.
As the KSU Secretary General, William will build on the excellent work done by previous executive, to continue working on KSU's relationship with the University Administration so as to continue providing students with the best level of service possible. He is enthusiastic that this year's team has the motivation and energy along with a diverse set of skills to produce a positive impact on every single student. William contends that being close to the students they represent is essential to KSU's work, and encourages anyone who might have any issue, question or suggestion to approach him, either while at University or through social media, his mobile number, email etc. He strives to create a council which is as accessible as possible to everyone!