Voting is now open for the Students’ Union’s Executive Officer elections!
From 8 – 11 March, voting is open to elect your new Student Executive Officers for 2021/22. If the last year has proven anything, it’s that your student voice is stronger than ever and, right now, we need passionate student representatives to bring about real change.
Your Executive Officers are there to listen and represent your interests at University. They’re in the room at senior University meetings, speaking up for what matters to you. From campaigning to welfare, societies to education, your Officers can amplify your voice, make the change you want to see and ensure you have everything you need at University.
You’ll be voting for students to represent you in 8 full-time roles: Activities and Development Officer, Education Officer, General Secretary, International Officer, Liberation and Access Officer, Postgraduate Officer, Welfare and Community Officer and Women’s Officer.
This year, there are over 40 candidates standing in the election. It’s down to you to decide who leads your SU so make sure you check out all your candidates’ manifestos.
Want your Student Executive Officers to represent you? Then be a part of your Students’ Union elections – use your right, your vote and your voice.