Autumn Elections 2023
No elections are currently running
A huge thanks to everyone who ran and voted to choose the students who will represent you at the National Union of Students Conference in April 2024.
The winners of this years November NUS Delegate Elections are:
Abdur Rahman Tanim
If you have any questions about the election don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Deputy Returning Officer Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can find the full count sheet here.
If you’re wondering why not every position was available in this election, it’s because the positions were filled in last year’s March Election where students voted for the current Sabbatical Officer team and Union Council Members. You can see the full list of your currently Elected student representatives for the this Academic Year here:
President: Devonte James
Vice President of Education: Md Nayeem Sadman
Vice President of Welfare and Equalities: Fatema Rabbi
Vice President of Activities and Employability: Charlotte Adams
Chair of Union Council and Student Governor: Abdirahim Ibrahim
Disabled Students Officer: Abdul Kadir Nahid
Women's Officer: Mst Muslima Khatun Fahmida
LGBT+ Officer: Jamie Jenner
International Students Officer: Abdur Rahman Tanim
Postgraduate Students Officer: Shahbaz Khan
Mature and Part-Time Students Officer: Abayomi Olawunmi
Every spring, we run elections and you get to vote for your full-time sabbatical officers who work to make changes that improve your education and overall university experience.
The President is the SU’s lead representative and Chair of the Trustee Board. Their job is to represent students, ensure the smooth running of the Trustee Board and get the best out of the other elected student leaders.
Vice President of Education
The VP Education is the lead representative for academic issues. Their job is to support course reps to make sure students’ voices are heard on matters relating to education. They are also the Deputy President.
Vice President of Welfare and Equality
The VP Welfare & Equality is the lead representative for non-academic issues relating to welfare and equality. They work closely with liberation officers and student groups to ensure students’ voices are heard.
Vice President of Student Activities and Employability
The VP Activities & Employability is responsible for ensuring students’ voices are heard relating to the recreational and developmental aspects of the student experience.
These elected student leaders volunteer part-time alongside their studies to represent students’ views in their specific remits. These are separated into Liberation roles, Student Experience roles and Student Forum chairs.
Full job descriptions can be found in Regulation C of the Constitution.
Liberation Part-Time Officers
Represents women and encourages the participation of women in the Union. Only students who self-identify as women are eligible to stand for election.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans (LGBT) Students’ Officer
Represents LGBTQ+ students and encourages the participation of LGBTQ+ students in the Union. Only students who self-identify as LGBTQ+ are eligible to stand for election.
Disabled Students Officer
Represents disabled students and encourages the participation of disabled students in the Union. Only students who self-identify as disabled are eligible to stand for election.
Black and Asian Minority Ethnic Students’ Officer
Represents BAME students and encourages the participation of BAME students in the Union. Only students who self-identify as BAME are eligible to stand for election.
Student experience part-time officers
Mature and Part-time Students Officer
Represents mature students and encourages the participation of mature & part-time students in the Union. Only students who are mature & part-time students are eligible to stand for election.
International Students’ Officer
Represents international students and encourages the participation of international students in the Union. Only international students are eligible to stand for election.
Postgraduate Students’ Officer
Represents postgraduate students and encourages the participation of postgraduate students in the Union. Only postgraduate students are eligible to stand for election.
Student Forum Chairs part-time officers
These are voluntary roles elected to chair specific voluntary student groups. Details of student forums can be found in Regulation G of the Constitution.
Chair of Union Council
The Chair of Union Council volunteers alongside their studies to ensure the smooth running of the Union Council in accordance with the Constitution. Union Council is a group which meets to discuss and represent the views of students. Details of Union Council can be found in Regulation E of the Constitution. The Chair of Union Council does not have the power to vote at the Union Council.
Currently, this role also sits on the University’s Board of Governors; this is not part of the role in line with the Constitution but candidates should be aware that this is likely to be part of the role once again next academic year.
As an affiliated member of the National Union of Students (NUS), an organisation with over seven million members, London South Bank is entitled to send voting delegates to the National Conference.
At the conference you will have the chance to join in the debate on the key issues facing students across the United Kingdom, as well as to vote for the student representatives who lead NUS. This is also a great opportunity to meet fellow students passionate about making a difference in the Higher Education sector, providing delegates with a key networking opportunity.
3 x Student Trustee - open for all students to stand in, representing all students on the Students' Union's Trustee Board for up to two yearsStudents are elected to sit on the students’ union Trustee Board. They lead and influence the direction of the Student Union.As a student trustee you will have roughly about seven meetings or activities a year.
You can hold this position for as long as you are a student here at LSBU, to a maximum of two years. All you have to be is a current student at LSBU during the elections. So it doesn’t matter what year you are in, you can run to become a student trustee.
The trustee positions are key decision makers in the students’ union. They form part of the trustee board, which scrutinises how the organisation is run and makes key strategic decisions on the future of the students’ union. Not only that, they ensure that the students’ union follows the correct financial procedures.
You will have the opportunity to have your say on who will represent you. Voting is really simple. You can vote online (on this website). You can vote in preference order, so if your favourite candidate doesn't get enough votes, then your vote moves to your second choice.
Make sure to vote so that you can make a great impact on your university experience. Read the candidate's manifesto in order to ensure you made the right choice.
Our elections are for London South Bank students only.
We use the Single Transferable Vote (STV) system.
If you have any complaints or queries about the elections, you can contact the South Bank SU team at email@example.com