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By-Election September 2019 Nomination forms

Nominations are NOW OPEN for the MISU By-Election for unfilled Executive Officerships. Nomination forms must be returned to the nomination box in the MISU offices before the close of nominations on Friday 20th September at 5pm. Click below for the Nomination form!

 

Nomination form for MISU By-Election

 

For a guide on preparing your manifesto, click here!

Childcare position available

Caroline O’Dowd Montessori Preschool in Crecora, Co. Limerick are recruiting for a Childcare Practitioner position funded by the Access and Inclusion Model (AIM)

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Early Year's Job Opportunity

One World Preschool is seeking a preschool assistant to work in its' city centre preschool. More details on job description and application here.

MISU's Year in Numbers 2018/19

Between advocacy and representation, clubs and societies, events, meetings, and much much more, our Year in Numbers gives an insight into the day to day work of MISU.

Watch the full video here!

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There will be a referendum to amend the MISU Constitution on Thursday 21st March 2019. Students will be asked if they agree or disagree with introducing online voting in MISU elections, by-elections and referenda.

The current system for voting is paper ballots and long distance voting, and the proposal is to use online voting going forward, with the provision for paper ballot/long distance voted if needed. By changing Article 11.5 Voting, Articles 11.6 Long Distance Voting and 11.7 Counting will be amended also.

The current MISU Constitution can be found here, the sections which are proposed to change are pages 22 - 24.

The proposed Articles 11.5, 11.6 and 11.7 can be read here. The proposed accompanying schedule to the MISU Constitution, Schedule 7 is also available to read here.

Printouts of the current Constitution, proposed Articles and proposed schedule to the MISU Constitution can be collected from MISU Reception.

Polling stations will be open on the Limerick campus between 8.30am and 6.30pm and on the Thurles campus between 12pm and 2pm. Students votes are vital as in order to have a valid referendum, 15% of the student population must vote.