The Open Your Mind Project is now in it's final year. You can browse the report from last year by clicking the link below.
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As part of our Change Today work we’re asking you to get involved in three of our Change Today areas in the run up to the holidays– Safer Money, Better Housing and Fairer Work.
On Thursday, 28th of November NUS Wales held a drinks reception to celebrate the 40th anniversary of NUS Wales as a devolved part of NUS. The event was attended by Assembly Members, the education sector and wider civic society in Wales.
'You're really bright you just need to concentrate more Amy' that's what I heard most parents evenings, you see I knew the answers and I could talk for England it's just when it came to writing it down I struggled. These conversations happened until year 9 in which my English teacher decided to humiliate me
NUS Scotland are working with a team of student volunteers to support local student-led campaigns in Scotland.
When I was first asked about writing a blog and coming out as disabled, I wasn’t sure if I should, because I had never classed myself as disabled and I felt like I would be judged and no one would care what I had to say or would even be interested in my story, but then I made the decision to give it a go, and to see what happens.
NUS today responded to recent incidents concerning student protests in both Sussex and London.
Assuring the quality, standards and overall effectiveness of students’ unions
Share our survey on attitudes towards sustainable development with your students, and win £500
We're proud to announce this year's list of participants in SLTAs
We've asked students what they thought of the impending reforms to examinations - and they're concerned.
Award-winning journalist Paris Lees talks to Spotlight about feminism and how the internet has helped change its public perception.