Student By-election 2018

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Are you a student leader? The Union's November By-election gives you another opportunity to really make a difference to how things are run at RGU:Union and across the University, and to be a voice for every student at RGU!

We have a number of part-time voluntary roles available, each with a different focus, but all working towards the same aim - to represent the students of Robert Gordon University.

Read through the below information graphic to find out more about the available positions, and look out for a copy of our By-election Information Pack which will be available to download from Friday 12th October and will contain full role descriptors, nomination form and campaign planning information.

Nominations will open on 25th October, with the deadline being 2pm on 8th November. Voting takes place in this website between 12th November and 2pm on 15th November.
 

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