Leaders Election 2024
Are you a leader in the making? Let us reveal the leader in you!
Here you can join our LMSU Leaders mailing list! You will get regular (although not too regular) emails with information, suggestions, ideas, thoughts, inspiration which can help you develop your leaderships skills. Let us reveal the leader in you!
To sign up:
1. login to this page (top right corner - using your usual uni username) and password
2. then tick the box next to 'expression of interest mailing list'
3. then click the 'update' button to confirm you wish to sign up
Recommend a fellow student as a potential student Leader!
Do you know someone at London Met who you think could be the next President or another position in the Students' Union officer team? Perhaps someone on your course, a student rep, someone from your society who you know would make a good leader? Then, click this link to
2024 Leaders Election timetable:
Applications open: Monday 22nd January 09:00am
Applications close: Friday 9th February 5:00pm
Voting open: Monday 4th March 09:00am
Voting closes: Friday 8th March 12:00pm
Results declaration: Friday 8th March 6:00pm in the Rocket Bar.
2023 Election Results:
Download our elections breakdown here
Numbers who voted: 2,450
Number of London Met Students: 16,600
Watch our candidates in action at the Question-time Events:
Full-time Officers Question-time:
Part-time Officers and Student Council question-time:
What are the Leaders Elections?
The Students' Union is a democratic organisation, and each year we elect a number of students to lead the organisation. Becoming a Student Leader is a fantastic opportunity that is open to all students. You don't need any previous experience, but you do need to be hardworking, willing to learn, and passionate about working with and serving London Met University and London Met Students' Union (LMSU)!
The President and VP (Vice-President) roles are full-time and paid. Those elected will take up the role on 1st July 2023 for 12 months. You might do the role after you graduate or take a 'year out' or a 'sabbatical' from your course. The other positions, which are not paid, you do alongside your studies in academic year 2023-24.
If you have any questions, then feel free to email the LMSU Elections Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.