Voting closes on Thursday 21st March, 5pm.
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Find a full list of your candidates by clicking on the "Candidate List" button below. This will take you to a new page, where you may be required to log-in (if you haven't already).
Watch the Hustings events which took place on Thursday 14th March, to meet the candidates, hear their manifestos and listen to their responses to the questions on the day.
Hustings Event 1 Part 1 Hustings Event 1 Part 2 Hustings Event 2 Part 1 Hustings Event 2 Part 2
The LSE Students’ Union Elections are one of the most important dates in the calendar. This is an opportunity to either nominate yourself to be the next student representative or vote for the best candidate. Your Student representatives shape the Students’ Union work, influence LSE decision making committees and impact your student experience for one whole year.
Running for a student rep position is one of the best ways to have your say on how your Students' Union is run, create change at LSE as well as being a valuable source of professional work experience.
Full-Time Sabbatical Officers
Sabbatical officers are full time, paid officer roles. These roles set the priority of the union, regularly attend meetings with high profile LSE members. They work to ensure student voice is at the heart of all LSE changes and conversations, ensuring your voice is heard!
Full time officers are required to have one year free to complete the role. You may take a year out or be completing your final year of study.
Activities and Development Officer | Education Officer | Community and Welfare Officer | General Secretary
Reasons to Apply
Make an Impact
Influence LSE and National Policy
Drive change across LSE and the Union
Build new opportunities for students across LSE
Take a leadership role in the Unions core functions such as Union General Meetings and Committees
Organise events and activities for the students you represent
Work closely with students to understand their needs and interests
Campaign, run events, build communities and make an impact to the self-identifying students at LSE.
Gain Professional Experience
Have access to and manage large budgets
Plan and manage multiple projects
Get access to professional training opportunities
Attend relevant conferences and trips, to network with other student organisations