Elections

 

Be the voice of students.

The Students’ Union Elections are your chance to be the voice of students. Each year, we run elections so students can decide who represents them. There are over 60 positions you could nominate yourself for including full-time paid positions and part-time voluntary positions. If you’re elected, you’ll be the voice of the students you represent, help to improve the Queen Mary experience, set the direction of the Students’ Union, decide on student policy and help to run campaigns and projects to improve students’ lives.

Autumn By-Elections 2020

3 posts are up for election.

Nominations are now closed.

The polls open at 10:00 on Tuesday 27 October 2020 (in 2 days and 7 hours)

Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.
Candidate List
See who's running for each post and read their manifestos.

Course Rep By-Election 2020-21

194 posts are up for election.

The polls have closed.

Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.
Candidate List
See who ran for each post and read their manifestos.
Candidate information

Why run?

This is your chance to be the voice of students, improve the experience of students at Queen Mary, develop new skills and become more employable.

 

Who can run?

Any student studying a course at Queen Mary University of London can run, including postgraduate students, international students and part-time students. If an executive officer’s academic term doesn’t end in July (for example if a postgraduate student’s term ends in September), we’ll work with them and their school to make sure they can represent students while completing their course.

If an Executive Officer is an international student, the University will act as their sponsor so they can be employed in the UK. For more information contact su-elections@qmul.ac.uk.

 

What's in it for me?


Shape Queen Mary and the Students' Union

Have a direct say in how the Students' Union is run as well as play a prominent role in improving students lives.


Transferable skills

You'll be able to develop and gain new skills in the role, all roles will provide great examples of skills for your CV!


Improve your self-confidence

You'd be able to talk to dozens of students and become an expert on students views. You can have a chance at presenting your views and opinions and raising them in what can sometimes be a formal environment which is a great achievement.


Developing networks

You will meet new and interesting people, attend training and conferences where you will meet others like you from other Students' Unions from across the country.

Contact Us

Elections Team