The Results!

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We are looking for the next leaders of the Students’ Union to represent the voices of 20,000 students at the University of Greenwich. Empowering these voices starts with someone standing up to make a difference, this person could be you!
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

WHAT AM I VOTING FOR?

 

In this election, the Greenwich student population will elect:
- 4 GSU Officers (Paid and full-time)
- NUS Delegate (Voluntary).

You can run for one of the GSU Officer roles no matter what year of study you are in. Please note, the role does have a lot more time commitments when campaigning during the election. If elected, you will need to be able to start your job as GSU Officer on June 15th 2021.

If elected as an NUS Conference Delegate, you get to represent the views of Greenwich Students at the National Conference in 2021.


GSU Officers
 

GSU Officers are four elected students who represent the concerns and views of individuals, groups or the whole student body on issues such as welfare, academic, social and financial.

This is a full-time paid position of £24,725, where if elected, you take a year out of your studies (or afterwards if you run in your final year) from June 2021 to June 2022 to fulfil the role. One of the four officers will be elected as GSU President (the candidate with the most votes).

Job Description


NUS Delegate 
 

This role represents Greenwich students at the annual NUS Conference.

At this conference, you will get to decide the policy for the National Union of Students for the next academic year. You will also be able to attend workshops and plenaries related to the national student movement.

This conference is set to take place online from the 6th-8th of April 2021. You will need to be available for all the days as well as a two-hour briefing beforehand.

Job Description

 

 

 
 

 

4 STEPS TO VOTE

 

 

STEP 1

Read the Candidate Manifestos to decide who you want to vote for. 
 
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STEP 2

Login to the Greenwich Students' Union website. Voting opens on Monday 1st March, 9am.

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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 transferable voting. 

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STEP 4

Vote now and let your friends know that they can also vote in the GSU Elections!

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KEY DATES

 

 
 

18

JANUARY
 
Nominations Open

5

february
 
Nominations Close

1

march
 
Voting Opens

4

march
 
Voting Close

 

 
 

 

 

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