NTSU’s Student Elections are a chance for you to have a say in how your Union works. We hold them annually to elect our officer team for the next academic year. These officers run the Students’ Union and represent NTU students on issues related to their academic experience.


By nominating yourself, you’ll have the opportunity to influence change at the Students’ Union, the University and beyond and by voting, you’ll be choosing who represents you and your views for the next academic year.


These pages have all the information you’ll need to get involved in this year’s elections but if you have any questions, you can email us at elections@su.ntu.ac.uk.

Elections Timeline

Nominations Open

Monday 19th February @ midday

Nominations Close

Friday 2nd March @ midday

Candidate Briefing

Friday 2nd March @ 6pm on City Campus

Candidate Briefing

Monday 5th March

10am on Brackenhurst Campus

2pm on Clifton Campus

6pm on City Campus

Candidate Filming

Tues 6th and Weds 7th March @ 9-5

Campaigning Begins

Friday 16th March @ 5pm

Brack Q&As

Friday 16th March @ 6pm

Voting Opens

Monday 19th March @ 9am

City Q&As

Monday 19th March @ 6pm

Clifton Q&As

Tuesday 20th March @ 6pm

Voting Closes

Friday 23rd March @ 5pm


Friday 23rd March @ 8pm

Sport and Society Results

Monday W/C 26th March


Why nominate yourself? 

  • Be a voice for your fellow students 

As an Officer, you’ll represent the views of other students at NTU and help to ensure their voices are heard.  

  • Make positive changes to your Students’ Union 

NTSU Officers have the ability to change so many aspects of the student experience at NTU. From welfare on campus to your prospects after you graduate, the Students’ Union looks after it all under the direction of the Officer team which makes it an extremely rewarding role.  

  • Build your professional network 

You’ll get to work with senior decision-makers at the University and build a network of professional relationships that’ll make you more employable.  

  • Develop skills that really sets you apart. 

If you’re elected into an Officer role, our expert staff will equip you with the tools you need to get the job done, from running a committee to negotiating with university executives. The skills you learn as a trustee of a charitable organisation will put you one step ahead when it comes to the job hunt too.  


Click below to see the roles you can nominate yourself for.