Students lead UWTSD Students' Union, and our Spring Election gives you the chance to run for one of our leadership roles, and vote for who you think is right for the job. And after everything 2020 has thrown at us, it's more important than ever that students get heard!
There are loads of roles available, both part-time and full-time (and some are paid too). Nominations are open from Monday 25 January at 10am until Tuesday 23 March 2021 at 11am.
25 January, 10am
23 March, 11am
19 April, 10am
22 April, 3pm
A manifesto is a statement that tells voters who you are and what you want to achieve. It's short and to the point, and lets voters know more about you. Manifestos are limited to 200 words.
Together, the team of Sabbatical Officers leads the Students’ Union on a daily basis, providing direction to the Union’s staff team and making sure that the work of the organisation is relevant to the experience of our students
Your Students' Union has four Sabbatical Officer positions, these are full-time and paid. The roles are for a Group President (one over-arching role covering all campuses), and a Campus President position for Swansea, Lampeter and Carmarthen.
Together, the team of Sabbatical Officers leads the Students’ Union on a daily basis, providing direction to the Union’s staff team and making sure that the work of the organisation is relevant to the experience of our students. Sabbatical Officers are considered to be the primary student representatives by the University and provide student ideas, issues and opinion on a variety of topics by participating in project, partnership and committee work within the University.
Part-time Officers represent a portfolio of students based on interest groups and demographics, these are part-time and voluntary. They work with the Full-time Officers to represent students and attend their Campus Council.
The Union Chairperson role chairs the Students’ Union Annual General Meeting and each meeting of the Union Council
The Union Chairperson role chairs the Students’ Union Annual General Meeting and each meeting of the Union Council. The role exists to make sure that debate at the meetings is fair and balanced, and that everyone has a fair opportunity to speak and share their thoughts and ideas.
You should run to be a student trustee if you are interested in how organisations make decisions, are keen to ensure that the Students’ Union works for the benefit of UWTSD students
For people who want to help ensure that UWTSD Students' Union is being run in the best interests of students at UWTSD.