Leadership Elections '24 written in sans serif text with curved edges. The background colours are teal and violet.

LE24: Voting is now open! Here's why you should have your say.

Imperial College Union
Monday 11 March 2024 08:52

1. Elected students have the power to make a difference to your time at Imperial.  

Every student who is looking for your vote could, in some way, shape your university experience. Society and club committees can shape how you have fun and engage in your favourite activities, student reps champion your voice across the College, and the Officer Trustees are heard at the highest levels of university management - as well as directing how your Union is governed. 


2. The Union is changing, and it needs strong student leadership.  

Imperial College Union is growing in capacity all the time, and so is the student body it represents. This is your opportunity to decide who takes the reigns and ensure that your Union is prioritising your interests. The Officer Trustees direct every aspect of our Union life - from how our Advice Service is run to the pints in the bar, so it’s important the right people take it forward. 


3. Our leaders must be elected by you.  

One of Imperial College Union’s core values is democracy, and it is fundamental that our leaders are chosen by our members, for our members. All candidates have written their manifestos with you in mind, so it’s up to you to choose who should take the roles. 


4. It’s really, really easy…  

It only takes a couple of minutes! There’s nothing like exercising your democratic right on the way to grab a coffee, in between labs, or on the way to FiveSixEight! 

However, if you feel like taking a bit more time out of your day to cast your vote you can visit our voting stalls to talk to the team and get some freebies whilst you're at it.

Come by and show us that you have voted to spin and win some free prizes including Imperial merch, plants, sweet treats and more!

Monday March 11:
➡️ Reynold's Concourse, Charing Cross, 11am - 4pm

Tuesday March 12:
➡️ Queen's Lawn, South Kensington, 11am - 4pm

Wednesday March 13:
White City, 11am - 4pm
➡️ Beit Quad, South Kensington, 2pm - 5pm

Thursday March 14:
➡️ Beit Quad, South Kensington, 10am - 2pm

Voting opens at 9am today, Monday March 11, and closes at 2pm on Thursday March 14. Find out more about your candidates and decide who gets your vote. Click here to vote!

And to everyone standing - good luck! It takes a lot of guts to campaign, and we are proud of you.