How much does your union president earn?
All presidents are equal, except some are more equal than others
And some of these positions are handsomely rewarded with hefty salaries: the LSE president, for example, trousers £26,582 a year as the highest paid union boss in the country.
The well-heeled honchos at Newcastle, UCL and Queen Mary all pocket over £25,000 each for their vital sabbatical roles.
Arriving last on the union gravy train are the impoverished presidents at Northumbria and York earn just over £14,000 — while Bath comes last scraping a pittance of £13,952.
The national average of presidential salaries is just over £18,500. See where your uni stands below.