Join the Leadership Race

Could you be the next leader of the Union? Do you have loads of great ideas on how to improve life at Brookes?

Anyone can stand in the elections - you could be part way through your course or just about to graduate. Students then vote for who they want to represent them.

Nominations open Mon 29 Jan and close on Fri 09 Feb

You’ll then have two weeks to campaign (tell people what your plans are and encourage other students to vote for you.)

Voting will run Monday- Thursday in Week 5. The votes will be counted on Friday and the winners announced.

Know someone you think would do a fantastic job? Recommend them, and we'll contact them and let them know. 

 

Positions available

There are 4 roles available:

 

President

Summary of role: The spokesperson for 17,000+ students.

View the full job description

We asked our current President to write an overview of the role

 

Vice President: Academic Experience

Summary of role: Improving the academic life of students, including overseeing the course and department reps.

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Find out our VP: Academic Experience has to say about the role. 

 

Vice President: Societies Development

Summary of role: supporting societies and ensuring they thrive

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Take a look at what our VP: Societies Development thinks of the role 

 

Vice President: Welfare:

Summary of role: championing the rights and welfare of students, including coordinating the Safety Bus volunteers.

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Find out what  our VP: Welfare has to say about the role. 

 

Represent the Union at NUS conference

Nominate yourself as an NUS delegate and represent the Union at National Conference. NUS National Conference is to be held in Glasgow  from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29 March.

All of our members are invited to take part in National Conference, which is free to attend for registered delegates. If elected the Union will pay for your travel and accommodation.

National Conference is the sovereign policy-making body of NUS and brings together nearly a thousand delegates from students' unions across the country to discuss, debate and vote on motions and elect the political leadership of the organisation for the year ahead.


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