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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 of any of the candidates manifestos, just email us at su-elections@qmul.ac.uk and we will provide you with the alternative version. Voting opens Monday 24th February at 10am, closes Thursday 27th February at 4pm.

Full Time Paid Positions

Looking for a full time role? Executive Officers are full time paid positions who receive £26,000 per a year. Anyone can run to be an Executive Officer, you can either take a year out of your studies or do it the year directly after completing your 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 alongside your studies. To be eligible for these roles, you must be a student in the 2020/2021 academic year. Positions with (ME) you must be a Mile End or Lincoln’s Inn Fields based student and (BL) you will be based at any of the Barts and The London Campuses – Charterhouse Square or Whitechapel. Cross-campus positions are open to all students.



Students' Union Development & Operations Positions

Alongside their individual areas of responsibility areas the following Officers also sit on the Union Development Board. They are responsible for the long-term development of the Students’ Union and making decisions relating to Student Activities.


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**

The Students’ Union understands that forms of structural oppression marginalise certain groups of students, resulting in social and economic inequality, discrimination, harassment and violence. For this reason, we elect 9 self-defining liberation representatives who lead on issues affecting these students. To stand, or 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.

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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

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

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

In addition to the Barts and The London positions listed in the Union Development and Liberation sections the following Barts and The London school positions are also available.


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