1. Submit your nomination online
For Club and Society Elections please go here.
First of all, make sure you're allowed to run. The easiest way to do this is to make sure you are logged in and see if the nomination form above will let you complete a nomination. If it doesn't, and you're not sure why you can drop us an email.
You'll need to find some people who will support your nomination. These can be any students, they'll just need to agree to you using their name. Once you've told us who your proposers are, you'll be able to upload your manifesto and a photograph of yourself.
At this point, your nomination will show as pending, until it's approved by Elections and Referenda Committee after the close of nominations.
Any problems please contact our Student Voice Team prior to the deadline.
2. WRITE YOUR MANIFESTO
You submit your a 500-word manifesto on the nomination form. You can also upload a photo of yourself.
Think about why you want to run, a manifesto is the main document where you'll be able to explain to everyone why they should vote for you.
We’ll display all candidates’ manifestos on the website with your nomination (brunelstudents.com/elections), so they’ll be available for students to view! You’ll also need to keep it snappy as manifestos can’t be longer than one page. You can upload your manifesto here in a PDF format.
You can find out more about what to write in your manifesto here.
Any problems please contact our Student Voice Manager prior to this deadline.
3. PLAN YOUR CAMPAIGN
There's just a few more things you need to do relating to your campaign.
We've dedicated a whole section on our website, here, to the support you'll get and the things you'll need to do to plan your campaign.
4. ATTEND THE CANDIDATE BRIEFING
There will be Candidate Briefing that is mandatory for you to attend. These will give you an idea of what the rules and processes are for the elections.
This will take place on: Tuesday 14th February 2019, 6pm - Location: LECT 061
We also have a range of opportunities for you to get support and information, full details of events can be found on the Full Timetable