NUS is proud to launch an exclusive partnership with the new online activism platform, GlobalCitizen.org, offering a chance for you to win tickets to see your favourite artists.
We are proud to launch the 2014 ‘Success in the Student Market’ report.
COIN, the UK’s leading climate communications charity, and LSE's Grantham Institute are looking for 18-25 year olds to take part in cutting edge research on their thoughts about climate change. COIN is offering £20 worth of music vouchers (or a £20 cash donation to your group or society) for your participation.
Toni Pearce has been re-elected as national president of NUS at National Conference 2014.
National President Toni Pearce has welcomed delegates to Liverpool for NUS National Conference 2014 by calling for a generation of students to take action on the challenges they face.
NUS National Conference 2014 took place in Liverpool and you can read about all the action here.
NUS has teamed up with Channel 4’s Unreported World and Amnesty International to host a free special one-day programme for student journalists.
We're coming together to talk positively about immigration at Open Generation, and we're doing all we can to help Yashika go to university in the UK.
Officers are leading students in saving energy across Wales, in our biggest switch-off event ever.
Few people are more aware of the energy we waste on campsues as the staff who look after our buildings.
As hundreds of students across Wales are saving energy across campuses in our biggest ever switch-off event, we spoke to deputy head of house services at Aberystwyth University John Williams about the positive impact he thinks Blackout is having.
NUS has published new research ‘Homes fit for study’ which revealed that over three quarters of students have a problem with the condition of their home.
NUS Wales Live Greener is excited to be bringing the University of Southampton’s Blackout model across the entire country this Friday night – marking the biggest ever switch off event of its kind.
This budget day, NUS and students’ unions across the country are urging the government to stop the sell off of the student loan book.
It's National Women's Conference from 18 to 19 March 2014!
NUS has paid tribute to Tony Benn, former cabinet minister, who sadly passed away today aged 88.
NUS pays tribute to Bow Crow, general secretary of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT), who sadly passed away today aged 52.
On Friday 4 April, Amnesty International, the National Union of Students and Channel 4’s Unreported World will team up to host a free special one-day programme targeted at student journalists.
It’s an exciting time to be an apprentice, and for apprenticeships in general. We are seeing a real debate about what apprenticeships should look like, where you can do one, in which subjects and to which level. Apprenticeships are finally beginning to be taken seriously.
The secretary of state for Business, Innovation and Skills describes five-year plan for integration of Further Education and Higher Education, as NUS announces Students and Work commission.
70% of you are concerned about climate change affecting your life directly, and 60% of you think we're already experiencing the effects of climate change.