ENSA is asking all Edinburgh Napier University students to cast their votes in the Student Elections over the week commencing 14 March. You will be voting for which students you want to act as your representatives in the next academic year (2022/23).
The winning candidates will work for your Students’ Association for 1 year (starting in the summer) and will make decisions and policies that can have an impact on the student experience at Edinburgh Napier University. They’ll be acting as the student voice to the University, so if you want to make sure the right people are speaking on your behalf to try and win improvements, use your vote and have your say!
When you vote in the Student Elections you will be entered into our prize draw. We have 3 x £50 cash prizes up for grabs (paid via bank transfer). Winners of the prize draw will be announced in the week commencing 21 March.
HOW TO VOTE
Voting only takes a couple of minutes and is done online, either at a computer or on a mobile device. All matriculated Edinburgh Napier students on a UK-based programme are entitled to vote.
ENSA uses the ATV voting system for its elections, allowing you to rank the candidates in order of preference - find out how it works here.
- Monday 14 March - Thurs 17 March: 8am - 6pm
- Friday 18 March: 8am - 3pm
Experiencing any problems with the voting page?
As a first step, please check you are trying to vote within the polling times stated above. If polls are open and you experience an error, in the first instance, please try refreshing the page. Make sure your device is set to UK time. If you are using a mobile device and it still doesn't work, it may be worth trying on a desktop computer.
If you are still unable to vote, please contact ISServiceDesk@napier.ac.uk and copy in email@example.com. Tell them what problem you are having, your matric number, what device you are using (e.g iPad, Android, Uni PC) and what web browser (e.g. Chrome, Firefox). A screen grab would also be helpful if possible.
The students who have put themselves forward for a role are listed below - click on them to read their manifesto so you can make a decision on who you think will do the best job on your behalf.
If you think the candidates are unsuitable you will be able to vote for "Re-Open Nominations". This is used to indicate that you would prefer the nominations process for the post to be re-opened to allow new candidates to put themselves forward.
Running for President for Societies and Community:
2 candidates are running for this post, alongside the re-open nominations option on the ballet. Find out more about the role of the President for Societies and Community.
Running for Co-President for Education and Employability:
Only one candidate is running for this post, however they still need votes to beat the "Re-Open Nominations" option on the ballot. Find out more about the role of the Co-President for Education and Employability.
Running for Co-President for Sport and Wellbeing:
Two candidates are running for this post, alongside the re-open nominations option on the ballet. Find out more about the role of the Co-President for Sport and Wellbeing.