Student By-election 2020: Important Dates

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Are you a student leader? Our annual Student By-election contains a number of part-time voluntary roles which allow you to represent students at different levels across the Union and University structures, and allow you to make a real difference to student life at RGU!

Full role descriptors and more information regarding each of these vacancies will become available over the coming days and weeks, but if you have any questions in the meantime please email elections@rguunion.co.uk to find out more.


Part-Time Voluntary Students' Union Vice President Roles

Vice President (Community)
Vice President (International)
Vice President (Welfare)

Part-Time Voluntary Students' Union Trustee Roles

Students' Union Trustee

Part-Time Voluntary University Academic Council Roles

Academic Council - Postgraduate Student Representative
Academic Council - Research Student Representative
Academic Council - Undergraduate Student Representative


Key Dates

Nominations Open:  22nd October
Nominations Close:  5th November @ 2pm
Voting Opens:  9th November
Question Time:  10th November @ 1pm
Voting Closes:  13th November @ 2pm
Results Announcement:  13th November @ 3pm


Nominations

To step forward as a candidate for one of the above roles, please submit a nomination through this website during the nomination period as outlined above (22nd Oct - 5th Nov).

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