NUSUK has a long and proud history of and commitment to internationalism. Indeed, NUS was founded so that students could represented at meetings of the Confederation Internationale des Etudiants (CIE), which was established in the aftermath of the First World War to facilitate contact between “students and thinkers” to work for peace and understanding in the future. You can read a summary of NUSUK’s international relations work here.
You can also find out more about the role ex-service students played in creating international links here.
NUSUK is a signatory of the Bergen Declaration on Global Student Co-operation. You can read the agreement here.