Info for Voters
Click here to find out who is standing for each position and to read their manifestos.
You can also see all the positions available and read all the role descriptions so you can make your mind up on whether the candiates are up to the job!
When can I vote?
Polls are open from 12pm on the 12th of March and close at 12pm on the 14th of March.
Where do I vote?
All voting is done online and is accessible day and night whilst the polls are open.
Links through to the elections get a top spot on MyEd and the EUSA website.
How do I vote?
Students can vote for as many or as few positions as they want and can go back and change their vote up until the close of polls. You can rank all of the candidates in your order of preference, including “Re-open Nominations"
What is a Transferable Vote?
In any EUSA election you can rank candidates in order of preference. You choose your first choice and then rank as many or as few further candidates as you want. This means that if your first choice isn’t elected then your vote transfers to your second choice and so on.
Therefore, even if someone doesn’t want to put you as their first choice, you still want to persuade them to list you later on in their rankings as their vote could still clinch you a victory.
I'm a Life Member - can I vote?
Life Members are eligible to vote for EUSA Sabbatical, Student Trustee and Trading Committee positions. Life Members can register to vote online up to seven days prior to the opening of Polling
Register to vote as a Life Member
The Returning Officer
The Returning Officer is responsible for administering the elections and ensuring candidates are following the election regulations and is aided by an Assistant Returning Officer.
Find out more about the returning officer.
The results will be announced at a presentation in the evening on the 14th of March, Teviot Debating Hall.