Which President should you be?

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It's the Student Elections at RGU:Union this month, and it is an opportunity for students to put themselves forward to be the next leadership team for the RGU Students' Union. Nominations are open until Thursday 2nd March at exactly 2pm, so for anyone running, it's important to make your choice of roles quickly. Perhaps you are not sure about what role you would be best suited too, or maybe you have always wondered if you might be able to take a role at the Union. Not to worry, take this simple quiz and find out about what President or Vice President at RGU:Union you should be!

If you are interested in running, be sure to pick up a nomination pack from the RGU:Union offices, and get your manifesto and nominations in before 2pm on Thursday 2nd March! 

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