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NUS/UKCISA Internationalisation Awards 2014 - Nominations Now Open

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We are extending nominations to the annual NUS Internationalisation Awards, sponsored by UKCISA until 12:00 Tuesday April 15th

NUS is pleased to announce that nominations are now open for the third NUS Internationalisation Awards, sponsored by UKCISA. Each year dedicated officers and staff go the extra mile in improving the lives of international students studying in the UK. This is a chance to reward best practice within universities and unions and recognise some of the hard work that unions and officers put into supporting international students.

Winners last year include Leeds University Union who won the Internationalised Students’ Union of the Year award. They demonstrated commitment to ‘internationalising’ their union by campaigning on key issues and focusing on student experience and participation. Edinburgh University Students’ Association won the Innovation in Internationalising the Student Experience award by improving all students’ access to internationalisation opportunities such as volunteering and working overseas.

The awards will be announced at the University of Warwick on Tuesday 6 May 2014. We are extending nominations to the annual NUS Internationalisation Awards, sponsored by UKCISA until 12:00 Tuesday April 15th

The categories this year are:

  • International Student Officer of the Year
  • International Student of the Year
  • Internationalised Students’ Union of the Year
  • International Student Adviser of the Year
  • Best Careers Support for International Students
  • Innovation in Internationalising the Student Experience
  • Excellence in International Student Support (HE)
  • Excellence in International Student Support (FE)

A full description of award categories and rules can be found here.

The nomination form can be found here.

How to enter:

Send an email to international@nus.org.uk with the award you are nominating for in the subject line and please ensure that you attach your completed nomination form. The nomination form can be found here.

If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact Holly Towsend.

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