Your votes have been counted, and we can now announce the results of the Vice President Health, Social Care & Education by-election!
This week, Middlesex University students have been voting to decide which of our candidates would become MDXSU’s first Vice President Health, Social Care & Education, joining our recently elected 2021-22 Student Officer team in July.
The Student Groups Executive Committee election also took place during this time, with Student Group leaders voting for who they would like to see make key decisions about Student Group funding and join our Union Council for the next academic year.
Read on for the results!
2 students put themselves forward to represent students within the new Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education, and a total of 582 students voted in this election. The runner up was Vivian Unaka, but the winner is...
Jaudat’s manifesto includes pledges to increase inclusivity and collaboration through events, develop consistent academic skills programmes, and increase paid work experience opportunities relevant to students’ career aspirations.
9 candidates ran to become a member of the Student Group Executive Committee across 5 roles, and a by-election will take place in the Autumn for unfilled roles on the committee. The winners of this election were...
Moses Owen Browne, Jr.
Congratulations to all winners of the Student Groups Executive Committee Elections!
Remaining vacant roles on the Student Groups Executive Committee will be open for student group leaders to apply for in our autumn by-elections. Click here to view the full Student Groups Executive Committee for 2021/22, as well as vacant roles and more information about the role of the SGEC.
Thank you to everyone who voted and helped to shape the direction of their Students' Union. Congratulations to our candidates for all you have achieved over the past week.
Despite campaigning being limited to online only, you have all worked incredibly hard to reach voters and inspire them with your ideas to improve life at Middlesex for your fellow students. Whether you have been elected or not, you should be immensely proud of your hard work.