Fri 31 Oct 2014
Nana Gyasi from NUS Scotland Black Students' Committee writes about her experience of studying in Scotland and some of the barriers that she faced as a black woman.
This year, NUS Scotland’s collective priority is Imagine Tomorrow, which is all about re-imagining the type of education system we want to have in Scotland.
Read NUS Scotland's response to the Smith Commission's consultation on the devolution of further powers to the Scottish Parliament
Thu 30 Oct 2014
Housing should be a right. Having a roof over your head isn’t a luxury or some optional extra that students can do without – it is essential, and it’s time for us to start treating it that way.
Thu 23 Oct 2014
Kirsty Haigh on why we should campaign for institutional divestment from fossil fuels and arms
Thu 09 Oct 2014
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 increases in student support NUS Scotland had been calling for.
Wed 08 Oct 2014
NUS Scotland has welcomed commitments from Scottish Labour on improving childcare
Tue 07 Oct 2014
Changes to QAA across the UK after HEFCE announcement to consult with HE sector on the possibility of quality arrangements being reviewed by other organisations.
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My name is Gordon Maloney and, as President, I head up the 12 other executive officers who lead the organisation.
I lead the work of the Priority Network together with Priority Campaign Convenors Jules Fitzgerald and Alan McDonald.
Our previous work
Over the past three years, NUS Scotland, the Priority Campaign and thousands of students across Scotland have all achieved some huge wins:
Our work for 2014-15
Over the next year, we’re looking to build on these further, with our work focusing on:
For more information about the work of the Priority Network, get in touch, follow me on Twitter @gordonmaloney.