Some things are impossible to do in 3 minutes...


Registering to vote isn't one of them.

Registration form

Students may be able to register at home and at their term-time address. So wherever you are on election day, you can have your say.

Registering is easy

All you need to do is follow the steps to fill in the registration form online, print it off and return it to the Electoral Registration Officer at your term-time local council.

If you’d rather print a blank form to fill in later, you can do that too.  Click this link to download a blank registration form.


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Can I vote twice, at home and at uni?

You can’t vote twice in:

  • a UK Parliamentary, Scottish Parliamentary, National Assembly for Wales or European Parliamentary election.

But you can vote in local government elections at home and at your term-time address, as long as they are not in the same local government area.

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Electoral information

European Parliamentary Elections 2014

The 2014 European Parliamentary elections will take place on 22 May 2014.

Don't miss out - ensure you're registered to vote by completing the voter registration form on this website.

Local Council Elections 2014

The 2014 local council elections will take place on 22 May 2014.

Your Electoral Registration Office

To view your Electoral Registration Office details, enter your postcode above