Arts SU holds two sets of elections annually, in February-March, and October-November, to allow you to choose your student leaders for the next academic year.
In this election, there are a number of School Rep roles, who will work on a voluntary basis alongside their ongoing studies to represent the student voice at School level.
In addition, there are the NUS Delegate roles, also voluntary, who get the opportunity to attend the national NUS Conference, or the NUS Liberation Conference, representing all UAL students on a national scale.
These representatives speak and act on your behalf in the Union, University and wider community fighting for you on an institutional, local and national level.
Candidates produce publicity that contains the ideas and principles of their campaigns. They produce these to help inform your vote – showcasing how they will represent you and address your needs. You can see their publicity and the candidates standing in this election here.
Voting Opens on Monday 7th November, 10am and closes on Friday 11th November, 2pm, with results announced on our website.
School Representative Roles x 9
Camberwell, Chelsea & Wimbledon: Art (x1)
London College of Communication: Media (x2) | Screen (x2)
London College of Fashion: Fashion Business (x1) | Design & Technology (x2)
Central Saint Martins: Culture & Enterprise, GCD, Spatial Practices (x1)
NUS Delegate Roles x 13
Black, Asian & Minority Ethnicity student (x1)
Black, Asian & Minority Ethnicity Woman student (x1)