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Leadership Elections 2015 What's it all about? Candidates & ResultsStats
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What’s it all about?

In March 2015, BCUSU held Leadership Elections to decide who will run your Students’ Union during the academic year 2015/16.

 

The SU Officer Team is made up of students or recent graduates elected by the student body to lead your Students’ Union: they are the voice of students and represent your views.

 

A record-breaking 4,434 students voted and our candidates received 24,767 votes between them. The successful candidates will start their positions in July 2015, so keep a look out for news of which of their election goals they will put into place, first!

 

To find out how we counted your votes, click here.


Candidates & Results

Each SU Officer has a unique role and a set of key responsibilities they must carry out.

President 2015/16

Tasked with leading your Students' Union, enhancing student's lives at BCU, and other Higher Education issues.

 

 Sufiyaan
Jahangir

58Votes

 Brook
Jones

362Votes

 Aroosa
Khan

415Votes

 Matt
Nichols

1,110Votes

 Kurt
Rampton

135Votes

 Jenny
Watkins

1,342Votes

 

Jenny Watkins is elected

How did it happen?

Round 1:

  • Sufiyaan Jahangir: 57
  • Brook Jones: 343
  • Aroosa Khan: 364
  • Matt Nichols: 923
  • Kurt Rampton: 134
  • Jenny Watkins: 1,166
  • RON: 24

 

Round 2:

  • Sufiyaan Jahangir: 58
  • Brook Jones: 347
  • Aroosa Khan: 364
  • Matt Nichols: 925
  • Kurt Rampton: 135
  • Jenny Watkins: 1,168
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

Round 3:

  • Sufiyaan Jahangir: ELIMINATED
  • Brook Jones: 353
  • Aroosa Khan: 379
  • Matt Nichols: 929
  • Kurt Rampton: 135
  • Jenny Watkins: 1,171
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

Round 4:

  • Sufiyaan Jahangir: ELIMINATED
  • Brook Jones: 362
  • Aroosa Khan: 387
  • Matt Nichols: 947
  • Kurt Rampton: ELIMINATED
  • Jenny Watkins: 1,197
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

Round 5:

  • Sufiyaan Jahangir: ELIMINATED
  • Brook Jones: ELIMINATED
  • Aroosa Khan: 415
  • Matt Nichols: 1,037
  • Kurt Rampton: ELIMINATED
  • Jenny Watkins: 1,258
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

Round 6:

  • Sufiyaan Jahangir: ELIMINATED
  • Brook Jones: ELIMINATED
  • Aroosa Khan: ELIMINATED
  • Matt Nichols: 1,110
  • Kurt Rampton: ELIMINATED
  • Jenny Watkins: 1,342
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

VP Student Development 2015/16

Tasked with increasing involvement in organised activity through your Students' Union, enabling students to fulfil their creative ideas and improving student's employability and life skills.

 

 James
Martin

1,773Votes

 

James Martin is elected

How did it happen?

Round 1:

  • James Martin: 1,773
  • RON: 133

 

VP Student Engagement 2015/16

Tasked with developing a bespoke presence on each campus and improving communication with students by removing barriers and improving engagement.

 

 Amy
Huggett

354Votes

 Amos
Kemp

231Votes

 Charlie
Potter

1,017Votes

 Richard
Reilly

284Votes

 Khalid
Saboor

318Votes

 

Charlie Potter is elected

How did it happen?

Round 1:

  • Amy Huggett: 337
  • Amos Kemp: 230
  • Charlie Potter: 968
  • Richard Reilly: 264
  • Khalid Saboor: 298
  • RON: 18

 

Round 2:

  • Amy Huggett: 337
  • Amos Kemp: 231
  • Charlie Potter: 968
  • Richard Reilly: 264
  • Khalid Saboor: 298
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

Round 3:

  • Amy Huggett: 354
  • Amos Kemp: ELIMINATED
  • Charlie Potter: 1,017
  • Richard Reilly: 284
  • Khalid Saboor: 318
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

VP Student Experience 2015/16

Tasked with enhancing student experience at BCU by creating new and improving accessiblity to services, welfare and rights.

 

 Emily
Brammeier

843Votes

 Natalie
Chan

489Votes

 Tabitha
Earp

451Votes

 Moustapha
Ndiaye

890Votes

 Joe
Shaw

395Votes

 

Moustapha Ndiaye is elected

How did it happen?

Round 1:

  • Emily Brammeier: 561
  • Natalie Chan: 443
  • Tabitha Earp: 402
  • Moustapha Ndiaye: 728
  • Joe Shaw: 393
  • RON: 18

 

Round 2:

  • Emily Brammeier: 561
  • Natalie Chan: 444
  • Tabitha Earp: 402
  • Moustapha Ndiaye: 729
  • Joe Shaw: 395
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

Round 3:

  • Emily Brammeier: 645
  • Natalie Chan: 463
  • Tabitha Earp: 451
  • Moustapha Ndiaye: 771
  • Joe Shaw: ELIMINATED
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

Round 4:

  • Emily Brammeier: 749
  • Natalie Chan: 489
  • Tabitha Earp: ELIMINATED
  • Moustapha Ndiaye: 823
  • Joe Shaw: ELIMINATED
  • RON: ELIMINATED

 

Round 5:

  • Emily Brammeier: 843
  • Natalie Chan: ELIMINATED
  • Tabitha Earp: ELIMINATED
  • Moustapha Ndiaye: 890
  • Joe Shaw: ELIMINATED
  • RON: ELIMINATED
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