Collectives & Executives Elections

The results are in, and we're excited to reveal who has been elected as your new Collective convenors and Societies, Sports & Opportunities Executive members.

Collectives are autonomous bodies of self-defining students formed to represent traditionally underrepresented groups. Each Collective is chaired by three convenors, apart from both of our Postgraduate Collectives who have six (one per school). The convenors are responsible for overseeing any campaigns and/or activities ran by the collective, as well as engaging relevant student groups where necessary. The convenors from both of the postgraduate Collectives also act as school reps for their level of study.

Student Executives are committees of student representatives that guide the work of the Union and the Officers throughout the year. Running campaigns, holding the relevant Officers to account on their manifesto pledges and working with their peers to make change across the campus, members of an Executive are in a prime position to have input on a wide range of issues. Each Executive is chaired by a full-time Sabbatical Officer, supported by student representatives from student groups, our academic reps, and Student Collectives.

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Student Collectives

There are eight collectives:

  • BAME Students
  • Commuting Students
  • Disabled Students
  • International Students
  • LGBT+ Students
  • Postgraduate Research Students
  • Postgraduate Taught Students
  • Women Students
Collectives

Student Executives

There are three executives:

  • Education
  • Societies, Sports & Opportunities
  • Wellbeing, Community & Diversity

Executives are a student body that guides the work of the Union and the Officers throughout the year. Running campaigns, holding the relevant Officers to account on their manifesto pledges and working with their peers to make change across the campus, members of an Executive are in a prime position to have input on a wide range of issues.

The membership of the Education Executive and the Wellbeing, Community and Diversity Executive are formed from roles being elected elsewhere (either in the academic rep elections or the Collective elections).

There are up to ten places available in the Societies, Sports and Opportunities Executive.

Student Executives