Applications and Voting for the 2019 Arts Students' Union Elections are now closed. Thank you to all the students that got applied, campaigned and voted - you're on the way to making the best student experience at UAL.

Find out the Results of the 2019-20 Elections. You can meet all the candidates that applied here

We'll be back in October 2019 for the next round of Elections so keep an eye out for more information!

 

full time officers

activities officer | campaigns officer | education officer | welfare officer

paid roles, with the most influence at arts students' union. take a year away from your academic studies to work with us or use this as your first job opportunity if you're in your third year.

you set the priorities and focuses for arts su over the coming year, in order to design, change or influence what ual should be for it's students.

*click on the role names to find out more

part time officers

college officers | liberation officers | section officers

12 voluntary positions, that work alongside your existing academic time.

receive a dedicated budget to run events, campaigns and initiatives.

shape and advance your college, or represent particular student demographics such as:

camberwell | chelsea | csm | lcc | lcf | wimbledon

black students' | disabled students | international students' | lgbtq | women's | trans (new for 2019!)

*click on the role names to find out more

student council

college representatives | clubs and societies representatives

influence the decisions that can make lasting and significant change for the benefit the chosen students you represent.

decisions made at the student council influence the union's policies as well as it's public stance on local and national issues.

*click on the role names to find out more

nus delegate

nus national conference is for students' unions across the country and attended by 1,500 students. this is a great opportunity to shape the future of student politics and get involved! it is an opportunity to hold the national student executive to account, vote in elections for the new executive team and get involved with national student campaigning. 

the people you elect to be your NUS delegates will have three main roles during the conference; they will vote in national elections, vote on policy and vote on reports.

the successful NUS delegates will go to Glasgow, Scotland 8th - 11th April. They will make sure  that NUS is working to improve the lives of students nationally and locally at ual. running for a delegate means you can ensure that happens! Arts SU will fund travel and accommodation for delegates.


Need more information or have a burning question to ask? Why not speak to our Elections experts at democracy@su.arts.ac.uk