One of Ukraine’s most highly regarded institutions has decamped to a new home 100km away to escape fighting in the war-torn region close to Russian border
The UK goes to the polls on Thursday 5 May, in the largest set of elections outside of a general election for years.
Many students' unions advocate 'safe spaces' at their university or college to ensure students are kept safe from harm. While it is important students feel comfortable, there is a point at which the press gets 'gagged'.
We’re delighted to confirm that our annual Student Media Summit will be hosted on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 August 2016 at the Human Rights Action Centre in London, and to announce the first wave of journalists who’ll be appearing at this year’s event.
Policy implementing water charges could be introduced for the first time in Northern Ireland as a way to boost infrastructure and avoid public service cuts, according to a party manifesto.
With exams around the corner for many of us, it’s also the beginning of weeks jam-packed with stress and a generous sprinkle of endless anxiety.
Now in its second year, the Reclaim the Night march attracted over 2000 colourfully-dressed students on 25 February. They were highlighting sexual violence, street harassment, rape culture and victim blaming.
On 20 April, Shelly Asquith was re-elected as vice president (welfare) at the annual NUS National Conference in Brighton. As the applause fades, the spotlight now shines on some key motions that were passed which will set the agenda for the year ahead.
I only attended the first of a passionate and empowering three days at NUS National Conference in Brighton last week, but I can resolutely say that one day may be all you need to realise the very scale of our own importance.
This week former NUS President Stanley Jenkins sadly died. At the age of 95, Major Stanley was the oldest surviving National President, serving in office between 1949 and 1951.
Are you aged 18-29, a Commonwealth citizen, and temporarily based in the UK? This could be the programme for you!
Today, successful digital enterprises in every industry require a digital strategy that recognises the value of data, and digital institutions now need to embrace big data too. Martin Hamilton, futurist at Jisc, explains more in this podcast.
The University of Stirling has recently upgraded its internet connectivity, taking an additional connection to the Janet network and becoming a Janet 'point of presence'. This has increased the university’s capabilities and resilience, supporting its business strategy and improving teaching, learning and research.
Kathy McCabe, university librarian and director of information services, tells us about what they’ve done and how they’re benefitting.
Student leaders from across the UK will congregate at the Brighton Centre this week for our annual National Conference, which is also the largest democratic gathering of students in the world! You can follow all of the action via our live stream below from midday on Tuesday 19 April.
NUS National Conference 2016 is set to take place at the Brighton Centre from 19 – 21 April.
NUS welcomes a House of Lords report on inequality and social mobility in English education.
NUS believes that the government has failed to listen to healthcare students and their representatives.
World Autism Awareness Week runs from 2 – 8 April this year. With one in every 100 people on the autism spectrum, and even the word ‘autism’ meaning different things to different people, it’s an issue educators must concern themselves with.
George Osborne delivered his final budget this month with the comment he wanted to ‘put the next generation first’.