Event Description

Fri 24th January

Nominate yourself for a leadership role...
13th January 9am - 30th January 4pm

Sat 25th January

Nominate yourself for a leadership role...
13th January 9am - 30th January 4pm

Sun 26th January

Nominate yourself for a leadership role...
13th January 9am - 30th January 4pm

Mon 27th January

Nominate yourself for a leadership role...
13th January 9am - 30th January 4pm

Tue 28th January

Nominate yourself for a leadership role...
13th January 9am - 30th January 4pm

Wed 29th January

Nominate yourself for a leadership role...
13th January 9am - 30th January 4pm
Thinking of becoming an Officer?
9:30am - 11:30am
DH1, Devonshire House and G48, South Cloisters
The final drop-in sessions where students who are thinking about running in the election for next year's full-time and part-time Officers can get information and assistance to help them decide to become an officer.

Thu 30th January

Nominate yourself for a leadership role...
13th January 9am - 30th January 4pm

Fri 31st January

Candidate Briefing
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Forum Exploration Lab 2
The candidate briefing for all candidates for full-time Officer posts in the 2020 elections. This meeting is compulsory for all candidates for AU President, Guild President, VP Activities, VP Education, VP Welfare and Diversity and VP Postgraduate.

Mon 3rd February

Candidate Briefing [Drop in]
9:30am - 12:30pm
DH1, Devonshire House
Drop-in session for candidate briefing for part-time officer and rep candidates. Please drop by any time to go over the information you need to know at your own pace.
The Trustee Manifesto
4pm - 5pm
Forum Seminar Room 02
A Manifesto planning seminar for the Trustee role - it is strongly advised that Student Trustee and Officer Trustee candidates attend this session.

Tue 4th February

Guild Strategy Seminar
3pm - 4pm
DH2 Conference Room
A session from Joff Cooke (Chief Executive Officer of the Students' Guild) to introduce the Guild strategy for the future, to help ensure that your manifesto promises are achievable!

Wed 5th February

Election Candidate Photography
9am - 7pm
Project & Meeting Room, Top Floor, Devonshire House
All day drop-by session for candidate photography. All candidates are welcome to have a current quality photo taken for their manifesto.
Education Strategy Seminar
11:30am - 12:30pm
Forum Seminar Room 05
An introduction to the Education Strategy from the University. This session will help candidates work out where institutional priorities are, and develop manifesto points which address those.

Thu 6th February

The Representative Manifesto
10:30am - 11:30am
Forum Seminar Room 09
A seminar on the manifesto commitments made by a representative of students. This seminar is strongly advised for all candidates except Student Trustees as all Officer and Rep posts are representative roles.
The Activist Manifesto
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Building:One Syndicate Room B
This seminar will cover the manifesto points relating to being and supporting student activism. It is strongly advised to all full-time Officers and to part-time Officers whose roles involves the support of additional students or campaigns.

Fri 7th February

The Minister's Manifesto
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Forum Seminar Room 03
This seminar will focus on the manifesto points around the role and how you frame doing the job you are trying to be elected for. This is strongly advised for all Officer candidates.

Mon 10th February

Election Campaigns - Public Speaking
9:30am - 10:30am
Forum Seminar Room 09
Candidate training for public speaking in campaigns - speaking in debates or speeches plus talking to people face-to-face. Recommended for all candidates.
Election Campaigns - Digital Campaigns
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Forum Seminar Room 02
Candidate training for digital campaigns - making the most of social media and interacting with prospective voters online. Recommended for all candidates.

Tue 11th February

Election Campaigns - Digital Campaigns
9:30am - 10:30am
Building:One Marchant Syndicate Room A
Candidate training for digital campaigns - making the most of social media and interacting with prospective voters online. Recommended for all candidates.
Election Campaigns - Public Speaking
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Peter Chalk 2.4
Candidate training for public speaking in campaigns - speaking in debates or speeches plus talking to people face-to-face. Recommended for all candidates.

Wed 12th February

Election Campaigns - EDI in elections
2:30pm - 4pm
Forum Exploration Lab 2
Candidate training in Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity. Includes the opportunity to talk directly to equality panels across a range of characteristics and help you to understand the importance of a campaign focussed on diverse engagement.

Thu 13th February

Election Campaigns - Public Speaking
9:30am - 10:30am
Forum Seminar Room 04
Candidate training for public speaking in campaigns - speaking in debates or speeches plus talking to people face-to-face. Recommended for all candidates.
Election Campaigns - Digital Campaigns
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Forum Seminar Room 06
Candidate training for digital campaigns - making the most of social media and interacting with prospective voters online. Recommended for all candidates.

Tue 18th February

Vote now for next year's student leaders!
18th February 9am - 20th February 4pm
Don't lose the opportunity to have your say on who should lead the Guild next year - your student leaders are elected by you and that gives you a chance to get the best team possible!

University of Exeter Students' Guild is a Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee. Registered Charity Number: 1136468 Company Number: 07217324; registered in England and Wales Registered office: Devonshire House, Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4PZ