Become a Student Councillor

Become a Student Councillor

Student Council is the main representative forum of the Union and is made up of:

  • 5 Full-Time Student Officers
  • 12 Part-Time Student Officers
  • 18 School Reps, and
  • 80 elected students from across the University

These councillors represent Queen's students' views, decide what the Union should be working on, what position we take on local and global issues and also make sure that the Officers are working hard to make the changes students want happen.

Becoming a Student Councillor is a really rewarding leadership role. You’ll make a huge impact at Queen's and improve the experience for all of your friends and fellow students.

These are just some of the things that happened last year:

What Council has done 2016/17

Plus, you'll meet loads of new people, get lots of training, learn new skills and even be rewarded with a Queen’s Degree Plus Accreditation.

The Council will meet six times in 2017-18. If you are interested in finding out more about being a Student Councillor, you can read more about how Council works.

Nominate yourself by 5pm, Wed 4 Oct - complete the online nomination process on QOL.

Please read our Essential Information and our Student Councillor Role Description. If you run for election, you must follow the Full Election Rules.

If you would like to find out more about being a Student Councillor, contact the Student Voice Team who can advise you in confidence.

Voting will take place on Tues 10 Oct.