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Voting in Parliamentary Elections 2019

There are polling stations in Ramphal for students resident on campus (see below).
If you live off campus, find out more about how to vote in person – and how to find your polling station.

Polling Stations on Campus for EU Elections on 23 May

Polling stations for staff and students who live on campus will be open from 7am-10pm, and are as follows for the European elections on Thursday 23 May:

Coventry: R0.14

  • Arthur Vick
  • Benefactors
  • Bluebell
  • Claycroft
  • Jack Martin
  • Rootes
  • Tocil
  • Westwood (Bericote, Compton, Dunsmere, Emscote, Gosford, Hampton, Knightcote, Loxley)
  • Whitefields

Warwickshire: R1.15

  • Cryfield
  • Heronbank
  • Lakeside
  • Redfern
  • Sherbourne

Find out more about the elections at

If you wish to vote by post at your home address you must return your postal vote to your home electoral services team as per the instructions with the postal vote. A postal vote for another constituency cannot be counted on the day in a polling station for a different location.


EU Elections - register to vote by 7 May

The EU Parliament elections are fast approaching on 23 May. You must be registered by 7 May in order to take part.

It takes two minutes to register and you must do this if you are voting in a new place for the first time.

To Register

Simply go to All you need is five minutes and your national insurance number.

If you’re not sure if you’re already registered you’ll need to check with your local electoral registration office. To find out the contact details of your local registration office, you just fill in your postcode here:

If you're living away from home, make sure you are registered at your university address. You are allowed to register at both your home and university/college addresses, so you can register even if you’ve voted at home before.

If you're an EU Citizen living in the UK, and want to vote in the UK

As well as registering to vote, you need to download and fill in one extra form. Head to to get everything you need. Make sure to leave enough time to post your form to your local Electoral Registration Office by 7 May.