MEET THE STUDENTS WHO WANT TO REPRESENT YOU NATIONALLY AND ON A FACULTY LEVEL THIS ACADEMIC YEAR. READ THEIR MANIFESTOS AND VOTE FOR THEM FROM THE 21ST OCTOBER 2019.
 

Meet the candidates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STATISTICS

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT AM I VOTING FOR?

 

In this election, the Greenwich student population will elect:
-5 National Union of Students Delegates (Voluntary and part-time role)
-3 Education & Health Faculty Officers (Voluntary and part-time role)

You can run for one of the NUS Delegates roles no matter what year of study you are in. If elected, you will need to be able to attend the National Union of Students National Conference in April.

The Faculty Officer role is voluntary and undergone alongside your studies, so you need be a current student.


NUS Delegates

 

NUS Delegates are five elected students who will represent the views of Greenwich Students you at the National Union of Students Conference. Delegates shape and vote on national student matters affecting 7 million students across the UK.

This is a voluntary position, where if elected you will represent Greenwich Students’ Union at the NUS Conference in Liverpool from the Tuesday 31st March-Thursday 2nd April. Please note you must be free to attend the entire conference. Travel and expenses will be provided on the condition that all delegates have attended the necessary training before the conference.

Job Description


Education & Health Faculty Officers
 

The three students elected as our Education & Health Faculty Officers will make up the team of four officers that represent the entire faculty.

They will work on empowering the voices of students within the faculty, support programme reps and gather issues “on the ground” plus sit on various Faculty levels meetings to bring about positive change for students.

 

Job Description

 

 

 
 

 

4 STEPS TO vote

 

 

STEP 1

Read the candidate manifestos to decide who you want to vote for.
 

Meet the candidates

 

STEP 2

Login to the Greenwich Students' Union website or visit one of our voting stalls in campus.
Make sure your bring your Student ID. Voting opens on the 4th March,10pm

 

STEP 3

You can vote in preference order, so if your favourite candidate doesn't get enough votes, then your vote moves to your second choice. This is single trasferable voting.

 

STEP 4

You are all done! Let your friends know that they can also vote in the GSU Elections!

 

 

 
 

 

KEY DATES

 

 
 

23

SEPTEMBER
 
Nominations Open

11

OCTOBER
 
Nominations Close

21

OCTOBER
 
Voting Opens

23

OCTOBER
 
Voting Close

 

 
 

 

 

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