General Assembly Elections
16 Apr 2018
How to vote in the elections to the body representing University staff, students and stakeholders
The ballot is open for elections to the General Assembly, a 200-strong body that represents staff, students and other principal stakeholders in the University.
The main purpose of the General Assembly is to act as a two-way channel of communication through which the University presents its achievements to its broader constituencies, and receives feedback and advice on matters relating to University business.
Members of the three different staff groups (Academic and research staff, Academic related staff and Other staff), registered on the electoral roll, are eligible to vote in the election and will have received an email last Monday with voting instructions.
Each voter is allocated a unique voter code in the email that they will have received, and this code can only be used once.
To cast your vote or votes, visit:
Once on the website, carefully enter (or cut and paste) your unique voter code. You will be presented with a list of the candidates in random order and may cast your votes accordingly.
Voting is now open and will close at 12 noon, on Monday 23 April 2018.
You will be asked to review your choices before submitting.
If you experience any problems in accessing the site or in casting your votes, contact: