RGU:Union Election - March 2019

The polls have closed.

President (Communication & Democracy)

The President (Communication and Democracy) is the primary spokesperson for the Union. They are responsible for ensuring the Union is acting in the best interests of its membership. They are the primary link between the Executive Committee and the student membership.

This is a full time paid role for one year, working as part of the Union team (39hrs / week). You must be a fully matriculated student willing to take a year out of your studies to carry out this role full time, or a student graduating in Summer 2021.

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President (Education & Welfare)

The President (Education and Welfare) is primarily responsible for safeguarding the academic interests and personal welfare of students. They are responsible for ensuring that the Union is acting in a way which promotes the academic interests and welfare of students to the University.

This is a full time paid role for one year, working as part of the Union team (39hrs / week). You must be a fully matriculated student willing to take a year out of your studies to carry out this role full time, or a student graduating in Summer 2021.

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President (Sport & Physical Activity)

The President (Sport and Physical Activity) is responsible for encouraging student participation in sporting and physical activity. They are responsible for overseeing and developing the sports teams and encouraging the growth and development of new teams.

This is a full time paid role for one year, working as part of the Union team (39hrs / week). You must be a fully matriculated student willing to take a year out of your studies to carry out this role full time, or a student graduating in Summer 2021.

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Vice President (Sport)

The Vice President (Sport) is the lead representative for sports clubs and competitions and is responsible for supporting and developing clubs and ensuring they are engaged in the activities of the Union.

This is a part-time voluntary role, with a commitment of around 3hrs per week. You must be a fully matriculated student during the 2021/22 academic year. If you leave university during your term in office, you will be required to vacate the role and a replacement will be sought.

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Vice President (International)

The Vice President (International) is the primary representative voice for all international students at RGU and ensures that students from around the world have the best experience.

This is a part-time voluntary role, with a commitment of around 3hrs per week. You must be a fully matriculated student during the 2021/22 academic year. If you leave university during your term in office, you will be required to vacate the role and a replacement will be sought.

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Vice President (Education)

The Vice President (Education) is responsible for representing student feedback in partnership with the university to make sure students have a high quality learning experience.

This is a part-time voluntary role, with a commitment of around 3hrs per week. You must be a fully matriculated student during the 2021/22 academic year. If you leave university during your term in office, you will be required to vacate the role and a replacement will be sought.

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Vice President (Welfare)

The Vice President (Welfare) is responsible for ensuring that students at RGU have support available to them and are aware of the campaigns and services they can access at the Union and University.

This is a part-time voluntary role, with a commitment of around 3hrs per week. You must be a fully matriculated student during the 2021/22 academic year. If you leave university during your term in office, you will be required to vacate the role and a replacement will be sought.

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Vice President (Societies)

The Vice President (Societies) is the lead representative for societies and student groups and is responsible for supporting and developing societies and ensuring they are engaged in the activities of the Union.

This is a part-time voluntary role, with a commitment of around 3hrs per week. You must be a fully matriculated student during the 2021/22 academic year. If you leave university during your term in office, you will be required to vacate the role and a replacement will be sought.

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Undergraduate Governor

The Board of Governors is the governing body of the University and is comprised of a maximum of 18 Governors, which includes the Principal, members of staff and 2 student members. It is in overall control of both the strategic direction and management of the University and is supported in this role by a number of committees. The role of Undergraduate Student Governor is to bring the full range of their knowledge and expertise.

This is a part-time voluntary role for one year, meeting with the Board around 4 times a year. You must be a fully matriculated student until 31st July 2021.

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Postgraduate Governor

The Board of Governors is the governing body of the University and is comprised of a maximum of 18 Governors, which includes the Principal, members of staff and 2 student members. It is in overall control of both the strategic direction and management of the University and is supported in this role by a number of committees. The role of Postgraduate Student Governor is to bring the full range of their knowledge and expertise.

This is a part-time voluntary role for one year, meeting with the Board around 4 times a year. You must be a fully matriculated student until 31st July 2021.

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