Choose the next University of Glasgow Rector!

At the beginning of 2017 you will have an opportunity to nominate and elect a new University of Glasgow Rector.

It’s your chance to choose someone who will represent you and make your voice heard at the very highest level of the University decision-making.

Who will be your next Rector? The role of University Rector

Registered students of the University elect the Rector to hold office for three years.

The main role of the Rector is to represent you - the University of Glasgow students – and influencing every aspect of University policy, including teaching quality, student finance, campus development and much more.

The Rector chairs the University Court and has a close working relationship with the Students’ Representative Council (SRC).

Nominations (17 February - 3 March 2017)

Who can nominate:

All fully registered University of Glasgow students.

Deadline for nominations: Friday 3 March 2017, 12.00

How to nominate a Rector:

1. Download, print and fill out the Rector nomination form (doc) and the Agreement form (doc)

2. Get the signed consent of the person you wish to nominate along with signatures and registration details of 10 students. They all must be fully registered University of Glasgow students.

3. Submit hard copies of all documents to the Senate Office (on-campus students) or designated office (off-campus students; contact the Senate Office for locations of these offices).

Elections (20 - 21 March 2017)

Who can vote:

All fully registered University of Glasgow students. The voting will take place online via the University computer network.

Results announcement: 21 March 2017

How much do you know about the University Rector?