- Academic Advice and Support
Yes you can, you are able to take a year (or two) out from your studies here at Bangor and become a Sabbatical Officer.
International students are welcomed, information on how to go about this process can be seen on the Home Office website
we encourage every individual to stand for Sabbatical Officer, Senator and Student Trustee, the larger the variety, the better the representation of the student body; so no, you aren’t too old!
Everything you need to know about the Election are in the Election Guide document on the website. We explain what a manifesto is and if you’re still not sure we’re happy to help anyone with anything to do with the Election (as long as it’s within the guidelines)
No. Many candidates have used other programs such as Word to design their manifestos so do not worry. Take a look at the designs online!
No experience is required for this role, we provide full training to those who get elected, all we ask is that you’re creative, full of ideas and enthusiastic!
The roles available are for everyone, and we try to have a flexible working hours when we can, come and talk to someone at the Union if you need more information on flexible working hours.
YES. Come in and chat to us about how we can help with any support or placement communication.
The University understands how important the elections are and if there is someone with a genuine need for an extension, the university can give an extension. The best thing to do in these circumstances is to talk with your lecturer and/or personal tutor. If you would like more information, please come into the SU and we can help.
Yes, there is always a point. Elections are there to be contested and there is no way of knowing who will win the position unless you try! Take a look at other Students’ Unions for more info on elections and returning officers or come in and speak to us.