We’re absolutely thrilled to announce that our Students’ Green Fund project Growhampton has won a prestigious Soil Association Organic Award in the Eating Out category.
Learn more about the Community Organising Innovation Fund available to help support new and innovative community organising projects
Mon 20 Oct 2014
Fri 17 Oct 2014
Susuana Antubam, National Women's Officer explains the importance of 'I will lead the way for Muslim women'...more
An article has been published by The Spectator, titled “Now it’s the tranny-state” (TW: Transphobia, Racism, Islamophobia), which condemns trans activists and the work they do in order to fight the sy...more
Wed 15 Oct 2014
The NUS LGBT campaign condemns the actions of Sainsbury’s for asking a lesbian couple to leave one of its stores for kissing in public....more
Tue 14 Oct 2014
Next year, people across the UK will be faced with a big decision, who they want running our country. It’s essential that students are part of the debate....more
NUS Scotland is holding a campaign summit on Thursday 23 October, for a day of discussion and planning around our priority campaigns....more
Fri 10 Oct 2014
Friday October 10 is World Mental Health Day 2014....more
This is our opportunity to influence the policies of the next UK Government by making our voices heard and calling for a new deal for Wales' next generation....more
Dyma'n cyfle ni i ddylanwadu ar bolisïau Llywodraeth nesaf y DU trwy godi'n lleisiau a galw am gytundeb newydd i genhedlaeth nesaf Cymru....more
Thu 09 Oct 2014
Mostafa Rajaai from SUARTS describes why they challenged unfair attendance monitoring policies and won a system designed by international students....more
The Scottish Government have released their draft budget for 2015/16. The budget announced an expected, and continued, level of funding for university and college teaching, but failed to include the i...more
Wed 08 Oct 2014
Find out more about our innovative new tenant training programme....more
NUS Scotland has welcomed commitments from Scottish Labour on improving childcare...more
In less then one month there is likely to be a vote in Parliament, which will determine whether or not the government implement proposals to raise the tuition fee cap to £6000-£9000 and scrap the Education Maintenance Allowance scheme.
The conversation is designed to support you, as a member of the higher education sector, to develop student engagement practice through the sharing of ideas and discussion of the barriers that you face.
Susuana Antubam, National Women's Officer explains the importance of 'I will lead the way for Muslim women'
NUS has responded to the Government's consultation on the proposals to extend loans in the FE sector.
Have you started working with sports teams to drive sustainable behaviour change?
We're proud to launch our new hub of toolkits and resources, supporting equality and diversity work at your union.
An article has been published by The Spectator, titled “Now it’s the tranny-state” (TW: Transphobia, Racism, Islamophobia), which condemns trans activists and the work they do in order to fight the systematic transphobia that plagues all of society and that is enshrined in many aspects of the law across the world.
We strongly oppose Brett Bailey's 'Exhibit B' exhibition at the Barbican Art Centre.
Friday October 10 is World Mental Health Day 2014.
Mostafa Rajaai from SUARTS describes why they challenged unfair attendance monitoring policies and won a system designed by international students.
NUS has teamed up with UCU to produce an updated charter of good practice guidance on the pay and conditions of postgraduates employed as teachers by their institution.
Find out the effect the Comprehensive Spending Review had on mature students and adult learners.
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