We are currently holding our Spring Elections 2019 to elect Sabbatical Officers and many of our Student Officer roles.

Sabbatical Officers are elected to be full-time, paid members of the Union team. They lead areas of the Union’s work and represent all students at the highest levels both at the University and in the Union.

Student Officers are elected to carry out voluntary roles at the Union alongside their studies. This can range from leading a student media group, to being an officer for a specific group of students depending on their faculty, campus and more.

Click here to find out why you should vote in our Spring Elections

View the breakdown of results here

The Candidates

All the candidates for the 2019 Sabbatical and Student Officer roles can be found here. You can also download our Sabbatical Officer Candidate Guide here.

Candidates Spotlight

From Monday 04 – Friday 08 March, our candidates will be on the Redbrick campaigning for your votes! This is also chance for you to speak to them directly and ask them your questions. The schedule for this is:

  • VP Activities
    Mon 04 March, 12:00 - 13:00
  • VP Education & Democracy
    Tue 05 March, 12:00 - 13:00
  • VP Welfare & Community
    Wed 06 March, 12:00 - 13:00
  • VP Sport
    Thu 07 March, 12:00 - 13:00
  • Union President
    Fri 08 March, 12:00 - 13:00

How does voting work?

Key Dates

The key dates you need to know for the Spring Elections are:

  • Mon 07 January at 09:00
    Nominations Open
  • Wed 13 February at 13:00
    Nominations Close
  • Fri 15 February at 11:00
    Candidates Briefing (The Cube)
  • Mon 18 February at 09:00
    Online Campaigning Starts
  • Wed 27 February at 09:00
    Physical Campaigning Starts
  • Wed 06 March at 09:00
    Voting Opens
  • Fri 08 March at 16:00
    Voting Closes
  • Fri 08 March from 18:00
    Results Announced