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NUS Wales works closely with Glyndwr Guild to support students

Fri 27 Jun 2014

NUS Wales is working closely with Glyndwr Students’ Guild as the news unfolds that the university has had their license to recruit non EU international students suspended....more

 
Partnership for Wales Conference 2014

Mon 09 Jun 2014

How can we bring the concept of partnership between students, students’ unions and universities to life?...more

 
It’s About Time: launch of research report into the experiences of part-time students

Tue 03 Jun 2014

Part-time study is essential to skills development and opening up educational opportunities in Wales, according to a new report launched today by NUS Wales and The Open University in Wales...more

 
Statement on Higher Education (Wales) Bill

Thu 22 May 2014

“Higher Education Bill right step to protect public investment and the fundamental role that higher education plays in social justice”...more

 
NUS Wales has a new Black Students’ Officer

Tue 20 May 2014

Saint Owubokiri has been elected as NUS Wales Black Students’ Officer for 2014/15....more

 
Rosie Inman elected as NUS Wales Women's Officer for 2014/15

Fri 02 May 2014

Rosie Inman has been elected as the new NUS Wales Women's Officer. Rosie, who is the current full time Women’s Officer at Swansea University Students’ Union, will take office in July....more

 
Welsh Language Officer re-elected for second term

Thu 01 May 2014

NUS Wales Welsh Language campaign will be led by Jacob Ellis for the next year....more

 
NUS Wales LGBT Conference elects new leader

Wed 30 Apr 2014

Delegates at NUS Wales LGBT Conference have elected Sarah Lynn as NUS Wales LGBT Officer for 2014/15....more

 
 
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I'm Stephanie Lloyd, the 2013-14 President for NUS Wales. I represent the interests of more than 320,000 students through the membership of 26 college and university students' unions. This section is designed to help these members find out the latest news and events that concern them. 

Imagine Education

Education for people after the age of 16 in Wales needs help. We think students in our nation get a better deal than those across the border in England. But we want them to get an even better deal. That’s why we’re leading this long-term piece of work to Imagine Education.

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