Student Elections 2021: Coming soon

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Stand up for RGU students - take part in this year's Student Elections!

The Union's annual Student Elections give you the opportunity to really make a difference to how things are run at the Union and across the University - and to be a voice for every student at RGU!

We have a number of full-time paid and part-time voluntary roles available, each of which has a different focus but all work towards the same aim, to represent the students of Robert Gordon University.

Take a look at the list of opportunities below, and keep an eye on the Union website over the coming days for full details, role descriptors, and helpful campaigning tips.


Full Time Paid Students' Union President Roles
President (Communication & Democracy)
President (Education & Welfare)
President (Sport & Physical Activity)

Part Time Voluntary Students' Union Vice President Roles
Vice President (Community)
Vice President (Education)
Vice President (International)
Vice President (Societies)
Vice President (Sport)
Vice President (Welfare)


It's easy to get involved!

1. Decide which role suits you best
2. Submit your nomination via this website (nominations open soon)
3. Convince students to vote for you!


Important dates

Nominations Open: 4th March
Nominations Close: 18th March @ 2pm
Voting Opens: 22nd March
Voting Closes: 26th March @ 2pm
Results Announcement: 26th March @ 3pm


For more information please email elections@rguunion.co.uk or stop by the Union office on Union Way to speak to our Student Elections team.

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