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The Candidates

Find out about all the candidates, read their manifestos and their plans by clicking on the buttons below. If you would like to read a plain text version for any of the candidates manifestos, this is available just beneath their image manifesto. Voting opens Monday 24th February at 10am, closes Thursday 27th February at 4pm.

Full Time Paid Positions

The 6 full-time Executive Officers will lead the Students’ Union, run campaigns and projects to improve students’ lives, lobby and work with University Senior Management and are paid £26,000 for their year in office. Elected students take a year out of their studies or complete the role directly after completing their degree.


President

Vice President Welfare

Vice President Communities

Vice President Humanities & Social Sciences

Vice President Science & Engineering

Vice President Barts & The London

Part-Time Voluntary Positions

Part-time voluntary positions are taken on by current students alongside their studies. Positions with (ME) are open for Mile End or Lincoln’s Inn Fields based students to vote for. Positions with (BL) are based at any of the Barts and The London campuses and open to Medicine & Dentistry students to vote for. Cross-campus positions are open to all students.



Students' Union Development & Operations Positions

These positions are responsible for things like Societies, Sports Clubs and Volunteering. Also included in this section are cross-campus roles such as Commercial Services Officer, Student Council Chair and the Student Trustees.


Student Trustees (x4)

Student Council Chair

Commercial Services Officer

Sustainability Officer

Vice President Barts

Vice President London

Dental Society President

Societies Officer (ME)

Societies Officer (BL)

Volunteering Officer (ME)

Volunteering Officer (BL)

Sports Officer (ME)

Sports Officer (BL)

RAG Officer (ME)*

RAG Officer (BL)*

Alumni Officer*

Engagement Officer*

Secretary*

Entertainments Officer (x2)*

External Affairs Officer*

*Additional non-representative positions - these positions are non-representative roles that do not sit on Student Council



Liberation positions**

We understand that forms of structural oppression marginalise certain groups of students. That’s why we elect 9 self-defining liberation representatives to lead on issues affecting these students. These positions include Black & Minority Ethnic, Disabled & Specific Learning Difficulties, LGBT+, Trans and Women’s Representatives. To vote for these positions you must self-identify within the liberation group, to do this, click on the button below. This information won’t be publicly visible and it won’t be stored on your record. To find out more on how you can self-identify, watch the video here.

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Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic Representative (ME)

Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic Representative (BL)

Disabled and SLD Representative (ME)

Disabled and SLD Representative (BL)

LGBT+ Representative (ME)

LGBT+ Representative (BL)

Trans Representative

Womens Representative (ME)

Women's Representative (BL)

Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) Board positions

Every school has one elected representative position that you can vote for. There are also faculty-based International, Postgraduate and Welfare representative positions. These positions form part of Faculty Boards that meet to discuss the needs and interests of students and work to make changes and improvements to the student experience in their faculty. Alongside their individual responsibility areas the following School and Faculty Representative positions also sit on the Humanities & Social Sciences Board. The Board will discuss and advance the interests and needs of students studying in the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences.


Business & Management Representative

Economics & Finance Representative

English & Drama Representative

Law Representative

Geography Representative

History Representative

Politics & International Relations Representative

Language, Linguistics and Film Representative

Postgraduate Taught Representative

Postgraduate Research Representative

Welfare Officer

International Representative

Science and Engineering Board positions

Every school has one elected representative position that you can vote for. There are also faculty-based International, Postgraduate and Welfare representative positions. These positions form part of Faculty Boards that meet to discuss the needs and interests of students and work to make changes and improvements to the student experience in their faculty. Alongside their individual responsibility areas the following School and Faculty Representative positions also sit on the Science & Engineering Board. The Board will discuss and advance the interests and needs of students studying in the Faculty of Science & Engineering.


Biological & Chemical Science Representative

Engineering & Material Science Representative

Mathematical Science Representative

Physics & Astronomy Representative

Electronic Engineering & Computer Science Representative

Postgraduate Taught Representative

Postgraduate Research Representative

Welfare Officer

International Representative

Barts and The London School positions

Every school has one elected representative position that you can vote for. There are also faculty-based International, Postgraduate and Welfare representative positions. These positions form part of Faculty Boards that meet to discuss the needs and interests of students and work to make changes and improvements to the student experience in their faculty.


Clinical (Medicine) Representative

Pre-clinical (Medicine) Representative

Dental Representative

Gozo Representative

Allied Courses Representative

Postgraduate Taught Representative

Postgraduate Research Representative

Welfare Officer

International Representative

* Additional non-representative positions - these positions are non-representative roles that do not sit on Student Council

** To stand, or vote for these positions you must self-identify within the liberation group.

All positions officially take office from 1 August 2020