Student elections. Vote. Be heard

Represent students at your school - become a school representative!

Improve the academic experience of students at your school, gain great skills for your CV, and get paid by becoming a school rep! As a school rep, you will work closely with the education officer and course reps to make sure the voices of students are heard and that the student academic experience is the best it can be. You can read the role descriptions here.

Find out more about school reps.

Along with the three student officers, the six school reps are also members of the Student Leadership Committee. This committee is responsible for deciding Students' Union policy on a matters affecting stduents and for working together to improve the University. You can read the committee's responsibilities here.

To find out more about what school representatives do every day, you should attend one of the candidate information sessions (see dates/times below).

How to become a school rep

To become a school rep, you will need to have completed at least one year as a course rep (or will complete one this summer). This is to ensure that you have experience of working with us and that you understand how the course rep system works.

Submit your nomination 

Nominations have now closed.

What happens next?

After the close of nominations, all candidates who have correctly completed a nomination form and meet the criteria will be invited to attend the rules training sessions and statement and campaigning training sessions. You will be required to submit a photograph and your statement (manifesto) by the deadline. If you complete all these steps, you will automatically become a candidate.

Candidates can start campaigning on Tuesday 04 May. (Campaigning before this date will lead to disqualification.) During the campaigning period, you will be required to an online question and answer session where all students will have the chance to hear about why you want to be elected and why you think you would be a good school representative.

Students will then have the chance to vote from 08:00 to 22:00 on Wednesday 05 May and Thursday 06 May.

Key dates

Rules training session

Tue 20 April, 13:00 - 13:30
Wed 21 April, 09:30 - 10:00
Wed 21 April, 15:30 - 16:00

Candidates must attend at least one session.

Links have been provided to nominated candidates.

Statement and campaign training session

Tue 20 April, 16:30 - 17:00
Wed 21 April, 11:00 - 11:30
Wed 21 April, 16:30 - 17:00

Candidates must attend at least one session.

Links have been provided to nominated candidates.

Campaigning starts

Tue 04 May, 00:01

 

Candidate question and answer session

Tue 04 May

[Format and times will be confirmed after number of candidates is known.]

Candidates must attend relevant Q&A.

Voting

08:00-22:00, Wed 05 May and Thu 06 May