REPRESENTATIVE DIRECTOR 
PROGRAMME

The Representative Director (RD)  Programme is our society’s very own leadership development programme that provides you with the opportunity to work closely and shadow some of the Board Of Directors. It is a programme whereby members get the opportunity to plan events as well as to gain insight on the inner working of the society.

 

It is an excellent platform for you to meet new people as well as to further enhance your leadership and organisational skills. It is definitely something for you to add to your CV!!!

Applications usually open in the month of October every year! Look out on Facebook for the application link & deadline!

APPLICATION PROCESS

Online Application  

The Application Form will be posted in our Facebook Group & usually open in October every year!

Interview 

Shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview. 

Results

Results will be sent to applicants via email. 

2019/20 RD PROGRAMME EVENTS

MALAYSIAN TRIVIA NIGHT

by Team 1

Our first RD event that kickstarted the 19/20 academic year was a Malaysia themed Trivia Night where teams of families and friends came together to solve the quizzes and bond over traditional kuihs and homemade bubble tea! 

MSOC DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT

by Team 2

Our second RD event was MSoc's first ever Dodgeball Tournament! Friends and MSoc Families were able to have a go in dodgeball through the friendly matches and showed great teamwork and sportsmanship!

SUPPORTING THE HOMELESS – A FOOD FIESTA

by Team 3

Participants were able to bond over scrumptious food and fun games! All profits and the items from the donation drive during the event were donated to Webber Street. We are grateful to be able to participate in the act of spreading love and warmth to the homeless people on the streets of London.

A NOT SO SILENT NIGHT

by Team 4

A Not So Silent Night marks the end of our events in 2019. The participants were able to get together to share good food, exchange gifts and play some light-hearted games!

2018/19 RD PROGRAMME EVENTS

FAM BAM RUSH  SCAVENGER HUNT

by Team 1

Our first RD event for the new academic year kickstarted with an exhilarating treasure hunt around UCL! Freshers put their directional skills to the test as they navigated their families around the campus to beat the clock in a series of challenges!

WINTER
GAMES

by Team 2

MSoc families came together to compete in a friendly inter-family 'sukaneka'! With original games and Maggi Goreng on the line, members gave it their best shot to win our Winter Games!

HANDS OF
HOPE

by Team 3

Participants were involved in the preparation and distribution of food to the homeless people on the streets of London to spread love and warmth. We look forward to finding more opportunities to give back to our community!

JINGLE
MINGLE

by Team 4

Our last event for 2018, we held a Christmas-themed party where members came dressed in their best Christmas jumpers to celebrate the festive cheer! We wrapped up the year with some light-hearted games and reflections on the blessings received throughout this eventful year.

2017/18 RD PROGRAMME EVENTS

FAM BAM
DAY 

by Team 1

In the spirit of MSoc being a home away from home,  a group of our Representative Directors threw a huge Fam Bam Day Celebration! With many creative activities such as designing personalised gifts for one another and playing charades with a twist, participants had the time of their lives bonding with their MSoc fam members!

TWISTED 
FAIRYTALE

by Team 2

A puzzling and sudden death, a group of suspects with intertwined fates, and a bewildering mystery left to be unfolded. Right out of the world of Disney, Twisted Fairytale was brought to life by MSoc's first ever mystery night! Participants set out in teams to interview and challenge the different suspects - Snow White, the Queen of Hearts, Aladdin,  Genie, Belle, Gaston and even Jack Sparrow, all in the spirit of uncovering the true murderer.

MINI MALAYSIAN 
CULTURAL CARNIVAL

by Team 3

Displaying Malaysia's beautiful multicultural background, a group of Representative Directors taught our Msoc members how to fold ketupats, make their very own glutinous rice balls, and even draw intricate Henna patterns on each other's hands! It was truly a day to remember.

A CHRISTMAS 
TO REMEMBER

by Team 4

Melodic singing voices rang loud and clear through the Christmas party karaoke session, as different songs brought our MSoc members together! Elsewhere in the joyful Christmas party organised by our Representative Directors, people were busy decorating their own gingerbreads and posing for photos at the Christmas photobooth. Truly, Christmas is best celebrated amongst your family and friends!

2016/17 RD PROGRAMME EVENTS

THE MALAYSIAN RACE

by Team 1

A plethora of fun and competitive games were lined up for MSoc's official Malaysian Race, as participants were pitted against each other to get to the finishing line first! Brought to life by our very own Representative directors, members were in for the time of their lives as they raced to pop balloons, ace the Malaysian Quiz and build newspaper structures from scratch!

MUGGLE 
SMUGGLE

by Team 2

Trapped in a room with  mystifying riddles, fun challenges and complicated puzzles, teams had to work together to escape the room as fast as possible! Organised by our very own Representative Directors, this fun-filled event really tested the participants and their limits!

COFFEE, TEA OR 
DISNEY?

by Team 3

Held in conjunction with Walt Disney's birthday and UNICEF's anniversary, the Coffee, Tea or Disney event brought Disney fans on a trip down memory lane as they watched a classic Disney movie and donated funds and handmade gifts to UNICEF. It was truly a memorable and rewarding event!

MERRY CHRISTMAS LAH

by Team 4

A plethora of fun and competitive games were lined up for MSoc's official Malaysian Race, as participants were pitted against each other to get to the finishing line first! Brought to life by our very own Representative directors, members were in for the time of their lives as they raced to pop balloons, ace the Malaysian Quiz and build newspaper structures from scratch!

Testimonials

‘The RD programme provided me the opportunity to form formidable friendships as we worked together to bring our very own zany idea to life. Every step of the way was memorable as we planned out our "Twisted Fairytale" event, from pitching the idea as a group and coming up with scripts for the actors, right till the event day.Our 2nd project pushed me out of my comfort zone into corporate relations as I was tasked with finding asian restaurants to be apart of our Asean food festival. This was a unique experience on its own as it really developed my communications skills.

 

I gained many valuable skills through the RD programme in just a couple of months but the friendships forged was certainly the highlight and I'd definitely recommend freshers to be make the RD programme a part of their university experience.’

 

- Arijey Sura, 2017/18 RD Graduate-