Nominations for the 2018 Sabbatical Officer elections have closed, and Shock Radio is bringing you an EXCLUSIVE list of the candidates you can vote for.
Current Science and Technology officer Kobby Ofori is running for President, and all other sabbatical officers are re-running for their current positions.
Shock Radio will be interviewing candidates from each school (Arts and Media, Science and Technology, Business and Law, Health and Social Care) and the Presidential candidates throughout next week.
The list of candidates are as follows:
Yana Roberts - International Business with Law
Tommy King - Comedy Writing and Performance
Thomas James - English and Drama
Rose Angelova - BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance
Samuel O - Economics and Business
Kobby Ofori -Real Estate & Property Management
Badr Alshamat -MSc Construction Management
Arts and Media Candidates:
Tom Taylor -Multimedia Journalism
Navid Yasrebi- Popular Music Recording
Steph Basnett- Film Production
Dylan Cranfield-Film Production
Jason Crowden- Theatre and Performance Practices
Jon-Connor Lyons - Arts and Media Sabb
Business and Law Candidates:
Hussein Mohamed -Information system management
Nnamdi Eustace -PhD in Management
Nicholas Marongwe- Business Management
Famous Dekeri- Management
Goodwill Nqabutho Ndlovu- BSc International Business
Matthew Morse-Law LLB Hons
Health and Social Care Candidates:
Michelle Dami-Johnson - BSc (Hons) Integrated Practice in Learning Disabilities Nursing+Social Work
Gloria Olowookere -Diagnostic Radiography
Emily Voss-Bevan- Sociology & Criminology Graduate
Science and Technology Candidates:
Natalia Gandini castilho- BIM and Digital Built Environment
Sufiyan Syed- MSc Construction Management
Ariku Agho-Jones- Petroleum and gas engineering.
Christopher Ajasigwe- Information System Management
Jerome Anokwu -MSc Petroleum and Gas Engineering
Evangeline (Evie) Adams - Wildlife and Practical Conservation
Henry Awak - MSc project management in construction
Abbas Khan - Aeronautical Engineering
Saifah Ali biomedical sciences
Kariem Reda - MSc Business in Global Management
Lamin Dabo- Human Biology and Infectious Diseases
Jack P P Lyon - Aircraft Engineering with Pilot Studies BEng
A number of events will be held throughout the election season, including a special Presidential election debate being held at MediaCityUK on 29th February and a Question Time debate on 1st March.
Voting opens at 9am on Monday 5th March and close at 5pm on Thursday 8th March.
Shock Radio will be broadcasting the results live at University House from 5pm on Friday 9th March.