There are a few things you'll need to do - firstly, you'll need to think about which role you'd be best suited for. Are you looking to work alongside your studies, or would you like to work in the Students' Union full-time? Are you interested in working on projects to do with mental health, education, sports, or something else? Read through the Officer Roles if you're still unsure.
Then you'll need to create a manifesto to show potential voters why you'd be the best candidate to vote for. This can be text-based, or a visual manifesto (made on Publisher, Photoshop, GIMP, Canva, or a similar programme) - or you can submit both. Click here to watch a video to find out how.
After the nomination period has closed, you must attend a training session. These sessions will be on Monday 2 March and Wednesday 4 March. You'll also need to get your photo taken by the Students' Union's Marketing team. If you don't get a photo taken, your nomination will be removed from the election.