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Notice of By-Election 2019

Worried you missed your chance to stand in our elections? It’s not too late! The Autumn Elections might be over but a few positions remain unfilled, so we’re holding a by-election!

The Roles:

If you are passionate and interested about providing oversight on key areas of the Union to ensure that our services are working for students and help drive our campaigns and political direction then put yourself forward for Student Council. We are still looking for:



Student Councillor - SASS


Student Councillor - SHS



The following positions will open for nominations as of Tuesday 26th November 9am and close on Thursday 28th November 2019 at 4pm

If you want to take the chance and run for one of the positions then nominate yourself. All details on how to nominate yourself can be found here:


If you are successful as a candidate, then you will benefit in a number of ways. Your actions will help to shape the Union; you will gain employability skills, obtain meeting experience, join a community of students interested in improving things for City students and most of all have FUN.

Nominations period:

(Nomination forms can only be submitted to or at the SU reception, Courtyard Café, Tait Building)

Open – 26th November 2019 at 9am.

Close- 28th November 2019 at 4pm

Candidate Briefing:

(Compulsory attendance for candidates)

1pm-2pm Monday 2nd December 2019

3pm-4pm Monday 2nd December 2019

Voting week:

(Online only)

Open – Tuesday 3rd December 2019

Close – Friday 6th December 2019

Results will be released on Monday 9th December 2019 following the completion of any outstanding appeals and disciplinary actions.

Successful Candidates will take up position following the completion of Induction Training which is scheduled for the beginning of term 2.

The first Student Council meeting after the election will take place on the 29th January 2020 at 5pm Details of the meeting can be found here.







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