President Elections 2023

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President Elections 2023


Well done to all candidates and thank you to all voters. Results will be announced at 4pm on Friday 3 March 2023 in the Stannary Bar. You can tune in live on Instagram.

Live voter statistics


All voters are entered into a prize draw for:

Winners will be contacted very soon!

X2 Leopallooza Festival tickets 

Instax Camera 

Sony Headphones

Terms and Conditions

By voting you will be automatically entered into a prize draw at 12pm on each day of voting, with the final deadline of 12pm Thursday 2 March 2023.
Prizes will be announced at 12pm each day on the SU Instagram page. 
By voting you are consenting for us to contact you if you are a winner and share your information with prize draw partners. 
Winners will be contacted by their university email address by 10 March 2023.
You will only be eligible to win one prize.
Competition only open to current members of Falmouth & Exeter Students’ Union.
This competition is in no way affiliated with Facebook or Instagram.
The SU will not be held liable if the named prize becomes unavailable or cannot be fulfilled.
Prizes are non-negotiable, non-transferable and non-refundable. No cash alternative is available. Where a prize becomes unavailable for any reason, The SU reserves the right to substitute that prize for a prize of equal or higher value.
The SU reserves the right to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the competition or these terms and conditions, either in whole or in part, with or without notice.


Why should I vote in the elections?

The SU President Elections are held annually, giving students the opportunity to elect their new Presidents. The Presidents lead SU activity and represent students’ views and opinions for the coming academic year.

Information for candidates

Job roles

All these positions offer a range of incredible experiences and opportunities to develop your skills in leadership, stakeholder management, strategic thinking, and public speaking (among many others). These roles are the most effective way to get stuck in with creating change and building a better university experience for all student at Falmouth and Exeter in Cornwall as well as a great first step into building a career after university.

You can nominate yourself for one of the following positions:

  • SU President Falmouth
  • SU President Exeter
  • SU Vice President x 2 

President Falmouth - Role Description


President Exeter - Role Description


Vice President - Role Description

Rules and regulations

All candidates must conduct themselves in a ‘free and fair’ manner that reflects the
values and policies of the Students’ Union and the regulations set out in the relevant University’s guidelines

Learn more here - Election 2023 Rules 


This endorsement process is the perfect chance to get your group involved in the running of your Students’ Union. In order to make sure our elections remain fair and transparent; we ask you follow this simple process when choosing which candidates to endorse.

To learn more click here - Student Group Endorsments

As a Representative SSLC/G you can have a large influence on campus. Endorsing a candidate means that as a student Committee/Group, you believe they would be the best candidate for the role, and your Committee/Group supports what they are standing for (their manifesto).

Find out more about what this means here - SSLC/G Endorsments 

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