About the elections
Your student reps shape LSESU's work, influence LSE decision making committees and impact your student experience. Running for a rep position is one of the best ways to have your say on how your Students' Union is run and create change at LSE - it's also a valuable source of professional work experience.
We run elections twice a year; during Michaelmas Term in October and during Lent Term in March.
Results for the Lent Term elections have been announced - you can find the results here.
You can find a more detailed breakdown of the results here.
Lent Term Elections 2021
We are electing a range of positions, from paid full-time Sabbatical Officer roles, to voluntary Part-Time Officer positions. We're also electing a range of committee and board positions, too.
If you're a postgraduate student who wants to run for a Sabbatical Officer position but you're worried about whether it will impact your studies, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Postgraduate students are able to hold Sabbatical Officer positions at the SU, and we can be flexible around your studies.
Sabbatical Officers (Salary £29,836, Full Time)
Each button below will take you to the role description of each Sabbatical Officer. If you'd like a bit more information about what it means to be a Sabbatical Officer and what meetings they attend, you can find that here.
General SecretaryEducation OfficerCommunity and Welfare OfficerActivities and Development Officer
Part-Time Officers (Voluntary)
International Students' OfficerNeurodivergent Students' OfficerDisabled Students' Officer Postgraduate Research Students' Officer Environment and Ethics OfficerWomen's OfficerLGBT+ OfficerBME Students' Officer Anti-Racism OfficerSocial Mobility and Class OfficerAU PresidentRAG (Raising and Giving) President
All Other Positions
Member of Trustee BoardMember of Democracy Committee x5 NUS Delegate (Place reserved for a woman) Society Network Chairs Athletics Union Executive x4 Athletics Union Engagement Officer
Below you can find the Election rules and some helpful Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) which may help if there's anything you're unsure about. If you have any queries, you can always get in touch at email@example.com
Rules DocumentFrequently Asked Questions
Here's a document we made to help you plan your campaign:
Planning your election campaign
- 3 March, 10am: Nominations Open
- 11 March, 5pm: Nominations Close
- 17 March: Campaigning Begins
- 17 and 18 March: Candidate Question Time
- 22-25 March: Voting
- 25 March: The Results
You can find a more in-depth timeline here
Support from us
- We'll give you support on how to run a digital campaign
- We're running workshops on digital campaigning
- We'll be able to contribute some money towards your budget
- We'll promote your manifesto to all students
- We'll host your video on our YouTube and promote it to students
Making a Complaint
In order to make a complaint, it must be submitted to the Returning Officer. If you wish to make a complaint about the conduct of a candidate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. All complaints must be submitted before 4pm, 25 March
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