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Elections

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.

About the elections

Your Student representatives shape the Students' Union's work, influence LSE decision making committees and impact your student experience for one whole year. We run elections twice a year; during Michaelmas Term in October and during Lent Term in March.

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.

Voting is now closed in the Michaelmas Term elections. Thank you for taking part! You can find out the results further down this page.


Michaelmas Term Elections 2020-21

The Results

Find out the winners of this year's Michaelmas Term elections!

The Results

Available Roles

The available roles are part-time and flexible, so you can study or have other commitments whilst you're in post. They are a mixture of positions across committees, boards and officer roles

Sabbatical Officer (Paid)

Postgraduate Students' Officer

Part-Time Officer

Graduate Teaching Assisting Rep Disabled Students' Officer Postgraduate Research Students' Officer Mature and Part Time Students' Officer

All Other Positions

Academic Board x2 Member of LSE Council Member of Democracy Committee x2 NUS Delegates x3 Society Network Chairs x4 Athletics Union Executive Athletics Union Engagement Officer General Course President


Important Information

Don’t forget to have a read of our rules and guidelines before you nominate yourself. If you have any queries, you can always get in touch at su.democracy@lse.ac.uk.

Rules DocumentFrequently Asked Questions

Complaints Log

Covid Safety Information

Key dates

  • 15 October: Nominations Close
  • 21 October: Campaigning Begins
  • 21 and 22 October: Candidate Question Time
  • 26-29 October: Voting
  • 29 October: The results

Support from us

  • We'll give you support on how to run a digital campaign
  • We'll provide you with free printing
  • We'll be able to contribute some money towards your budget
  • We'll promote your manifesto to all students

Past Results

2020-21 Results 2019-20 Results 2018-19 Results