These are the types of student positions available in this year's Spring Elections 2019:

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Student Officers

Student Officers lead KCLSU and sit on the KCLSU Board of Trustees, the highest level of decision-making within the Union. The Student Officer roles are full-time, paid positions; applicants who are not currently in their final year will take a sabbatical year.

Quick Facts

  • Engage with King’s students
  • Build student communities
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  • Empower student-led campaigning

Be Aware

Please note that you cannot stand for multiple student officer positions in one election. You can stand for a student officer position and an association officer position, but in the event that you win both, you will have to withdraw from one.

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Network Officers

KCLSU networks are where we come together to build active and supportive student-led communities, that organise to represent themselves and work together to meet their community’s needs.

Network officers work with their committees to represent students on a voluntary, part-time basis and collaborate with the college, as well as taking student views to a national level with NUS.

Quick Facts

  • Build communities
  • Challenge discrimination
  • Promote liberation at King’s
  • Be a member of the KCLSU Welfare and Inclusion Committee
  • Attend relevant college committees
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National Conference Delegates

NUS (National Union of Students) is a confederation of student unions in the UK. Being affiliated with NUS means that as a union, we can create policy and campaign on a national level.

National Conference is the biggest event in the NUS year - every year, around 1000 delegates will attend the event in Brighton. NUS Conferences are the lead decision making bodies of the organisation where delegates representing students from across NUS membership review the work over the last year, decide on priorities and policy for the following year and elect the leadership.

NUS National Conference Delegates represent King’s students at the NUS National Conference and help shape the national conversation.

There are 8 NUS National Conference Delegate positions available. 4 of these are reserved for candidates who self-define as women, so please be sure to fill in the 'Profile' section when nominating yourself.

Quick Facts

  • Join the national conversation
  • Discuss, defend and vote on motions to help decide NUS Policy
  • Vote for NUS student leadership positions, including full-time NUS Officers
  • Hear from the NUS Officers about national initiatives and campaigns
  • Update King’s communities following the conference
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Academic Representation

Academic Reps empower peers to act collectively to improve the student experience at a faculty, department or programme level. Position holders work collaboratively with reps across the university to bring about change.

Academic Associations electing representatives include:

  • Bioscience Students' Association (BSA)
  • IoPPN Student Forum
  • Denmark Hill Postgraduate Research Association
  • Law Forum
  • Dental Council
  • Medical Students' Association (MSA)