Student Elections 2021

What is a Students’ Union election? 

Students’ Unions are built by students, for students. They are separate entities to the University and whilst linked by their students, they have their own staff and priorities (mainly making your student experience the best it can be!). 

Every Students’ Union across the country has elections (which normally take place in February or March) where it is a chance for the student community to vote for a group of elected representatives to champion the student voice at the University.  

At Salford we have 5 Student Officers and 8 Voluntary Officers who represent, advocate and support the student community. They campaign, put on events and tackle issues that are problematic to our community. Much like politicians, they are voted in on a manifesto and you have the right to hold them to account. 

Without Student Officers, Unions would not exist. You would not have a voice and your time at University would certainly be very different.  

Nominations have now closed for the 2021 Students' Union Elections - view your candidates below


2021 Full Time Officer Candidates

2021 Voluntary Officer Candidates





                     Positions Available              2018 Sabb Elections

                     Rules              FAQ


Student Elections 2021 Timetable

Event Time

9am Monday 18th January - Midday (12pm) Thursday 18th February  

Candidate's Development Session (Compulsory) 3pm-6pm Friday 19th February or 11am-2pm Saturday 20th February
Manifesto Deadline  10am Tuesday 23rd February
Voting 9am Monday 8th March - 4pm Thursday 11th March
Results Friday 12th March (time TBC) 


If you have any questions, please contact

For more information on this election or any of the positions available see our handy guide below: 

Candidate Guide