Arts SU Elections are not an aside to your art and design, they are your art and design.

Arts Students' Union is an independant democratic organisation (charity) led by our 17,500 members through our elections and referendums. Every UAL student has the right to participate and vote in our elections to determine who represents them and what direction the organisation takes through the priorities of its leaders elected.

Your leaders are paid in a full-time job to represent your interests to senior UAL staff, lead Arts SU business/charity as trustees and determine the direction of the organisation in its strategic delivery. This is a extremely important responsibility betowed on those elected, therefore excercising your right to choose a student leader that represents you is crucial. 

Every UAL student can run for one of the representative positions, could that be you? 


What roles are up for election in Spring 2021?

Full-Time (Paid) Sabbatical Officers Roles

Activities Officer | Campaigns Officer | Education Officer | Welfare Officer 

Full-time paid roles. Launch your career post-graduation or take a year away from your studies to work with us. You set the priorities and direction for Arts SU during your annual term, in order to change and influence UAL to provide the best possible experience for it’s students. 

Rules & Regulations for the 2021 Elections will be released soon. 


Key Dates (Spring 2021)

Nominations Open: Monday 1st February, 10am - Thursday 25th February, 4pm

Candidate Preparation Week: Monday 1st March - Friday 5th March

Voting Open: Monday 8th March, 10am - Tuesday 16th March, 2pm

Results Night: Tuesday 16th March, 6pm 


Recommend Someone to Run!

Know someone who would be a great fit for one of these roles? Been particularly impressed by a friend, coursemate or student? Nominations not open yet but want to register your interest? It's never too early - click here to recommend them now!

 


Any questions about the roles, application process or elections?

Don’t hesitate to contact democracy@su.arts.ac.uk