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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Treating ‘students as partners’ is the latest craze in higher education. NUS Wales President Stephanie Lloyd argues why Welsh universities need to stop talking and start doing just this if they want to offer good value.
Trin ‘myfyrwyr fel partneriaid’ yw’r duedd ddiweddaraf mewn addysg uwch. Mae Llywydd UCM Cymru Stephanie Lloyd yn dadlau fod angen i brifysgolion yng Nghymru roi’r gorau i siarad a dechrau gweithreu os ydynt eisiau cynnig y fargen orau i’w dysgwyr.
The Open Your Mind project has launched a report containing the findings of a survey of 1,419 students in Northern Ireland, which showed that since becoming a student 68% of those surveyed had been concerned about their mental health.
Anna Chowcat, Postgradaute Officer at Warwick Students' Union, talks about her experiences of lobbying local MPs and the vice-chancellor for the Postgraduate Champions campaing, aimed at fostering wide support for a fairer model of postgraduate funding.
Cyflwynodd y Gweinidog Addysg, Leighton Andrews, ei ddatganiad polisi ar gyfer addysg uwch yng Nghymru. Mae UCM Cymru yn falch iawn ei fod wedi rhoddi ystyriaeth i’n syniadau blaengar ar gyfer myfyrwyr dros 16 oed.
Simone Gaulman tells us about her experiences as an African American student in the UK
Welcome to your weekly round-up of who we have been meeting and what we have been saying on your behalf to promote, defend and extend the rights of students.
Welcome to your weekly round-up of who we have been meeting and what we have been saying on your behalf to promote, defend and extend the rights of students
Government cuts and proposed changes to the law are making it more difficult for disabled learners to access mainstream education. We take an in-depth look at the changes.
Delegates choose incumbent to serve a second term
By ensuring the good ethics of their supply chain through initiatives like Caring Dairy, Ben & Jerry’s strike a close parallel between their own practices and those of NUS. Through our support of the Happy Cows campaign, also championed by the company, NUS and two activist students were invited to the Netherlands to see first-hand how Ben & Jerry’s are world leaders of making their own supply chain ethical, by visiting a Caring Dairy farm.
NUS training can help you fulfil your potential within the student movement – and beyond. One of our previous attendees reflects on how the training has proven to be a great benefit.