Autumn Elections Results 21/22

View the winners of our 2021-22 Autumn Elections. Thank you to all the candidates who nominated themselves and took part in the Elections.

The following candidates have been elected in the Autumn Elections.

NUS Delegates

Saynab Sharif

Sofie Homb

Inayah Oosman

Khalid Al-Tamimy

Tahmid Khan

Muneer Hussain

Disabled and Specific Learning Difference Rep (Barts and the London)

Emily Woodroofe

Postgraduate Taught Rep (Science and Engineering)

Amit Kotkar

Postgraduate Taught Rep (Humanities and Social Sciences)

Sofie Homb

Societies Officer (Malta)

Sonia Leon and Rami Khalaf (joint ticket)

Sports Officer (Malta)

Jack Lancashire

Welfare Officer (Malta)

Min Xin (Charlotte) Ho

Secretary (Malta)

Jordan Truong

Entertainments Officer (Malta)

David Ravicher

The results of the Course Rep elections will be announced on Friday 15th October.

Interested in becoming a rep?

We still have a small number of vacancies, including Postgraduate Taught Rep (Barts and the London), Postgraduate Research Rep (Barts and the London), School of Geography Rep and Trans Rep. By-elections for these roles will open on 20th October at 12pm (noon). For further information, please refer to from Monday.


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