The votes are in the count is complete.

10,219 (21%) students voted, making the 2022 Leadership Race the biggest ever at UCL both by total voter number and percentage turnout.

You elected leaders for Clubs, Societies and the whole Students’ Union and they’re waiting to get started on making life better for everyone at UCL.

For the second year running, we've held the biggest election at any UK University - increasing total voters from 9,473 in 2021.

More voters, means stronger student representation at UCL, stronger clubs and stronger societies. Congratulations to everyone elected to a leadership role. See the results below...

The Results

Sabbatical Officer Results

Activities & Engagement Officer

Mary McHarg

Activities & Engagement Officer results

Education Officer

Hamza Ahmed

Education Officer results

Equity & Inclusion Officer

Seyi Osibamowo

Equity & Inclusion Officer results

Postgraduate Officer

Suhaila Adan

Postgraduate Officer results

Union Affairs Officer

Deniz Akinci

Union Affairs Officer results

Welfare & Community Officer

Muhammad Umair Mehmood

Welfare & Community Officer results


Student Officer Results

Accommodation & Housing Officer

Nick Miao

Black & Minority Ethnic Students' Officer

Callie Yoo

Disabled Students' Officer

Frances Lewin and Camella Ramjet

International Students' Officer

Kartik Singh Rathore and Udaya Goel

Sports Officer

Chiamaka Agu

Sustainability Officer

Vaania Kapoor Achuthan

Trans Officer

Harper Taylor-Hanson and Amelia Sampson

Women's Officer

Manon Simmons and Sasha Green


Your questions answered

What happens if I have problems voting?

If you are unable to vote but believe you should be able to, please contact [email protected]

When does the Leadership Race happen?

See the full timetable here.

Who can vote?

All students who are members of the Union are eligible to vote.

However, some elections have additional requirements - for example the requirement to self-define as a Woman to vote for the Women's Officer, or the requirement to have been a member of the Football Club for 28 days to vote for the Football Club president.

There is a 'Check eligibility' button next to each role that will tell you if you do or do not meet the eligibility requirements.

If you have opted out of the Union membership, you can opt back in here.

How do elections take place?

Candidates can campaign online and in-person, and you'll be able to vote via a secure part of our website.

A candidate has done something inappropriate as part of their campaign, what should I do?

If you believe a candidate has acted inappropriately in their campaign, please submit a complaint. 

What are the rules for candidates?

In order for our elections to be fair, transparent and legally compliant, there are a number of rules and regulations that must be followed. We have condensed them to be as clear and easy to understand as possible. You can read the rules here.

How do I make a complaint?

You can submit a complaint of rule violations here. All complaints are investigated by the Deputy Returning Officer.