As new research from NUS reveals one in four students have experienced unwelcome sexual advances, Toni Pearce announces a new scheme to tackle 'lad culture' on campus.
NUS President, Toni Pearce today called on UK universities to join NUS in its work on tackling lad culture on UK campuses. The call comes as new research reveals that one in four students (26 per cent) have suffered unwelcome sexual advances, defined as inappropriate touching and groping.
NUS is congratulating students across the country for their incredible campaigning work, following a ministerial announcement this morning that the proposed reforms to the disabled students’ allowance will now not be happening this year.
We’ve partnered with the ‘I Prefer 30’ campaign to run an Eco-quiz to raise awareness of things you can do to reduce your impact on the environment – including washing your clothes at 30oc!
Endsleigh, the number one student gadget insurance provider, has launched a new product designed to cater for the evolving needs of students as they transition from student to graduate to young professional.
NUS International Students' Officer Shreya Paudel explains international students are perceived to be beneficial to the UK in the eyes of the general public, according to new research.
The two-day event aimed at student aspiring to careers in media and journalism brought together some of the industry's most prominent speakers such as Emily Maitlis, Evan Davis and Owen Jones.
NUS vice president Joe Vinson explains why the Government's planned reforms to GCSE’s (the most significant set of reforms in the history of these qualifications) could be detrimental to students, and offers advice to GCSE students on their next steps.
With the highest number of students ever accepted into higher education today, the AS level reforms in 2015 will be harmful to students' studying in the future.
NUS Vice President (Further Education) Joe Vinson explains how the current AS level and A level structure helped him and others through post-16 study.
Today marks exactly 100 years since the start of The Great War, leaving behind both positive and negative influences that are still felt today.
The government’s higher education funding system has been seen to further unravel this week. The cross-party Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) Select Committee has published a damning report – raising real questions about the sustainability of student loans, and advising that an “urgent review of the sustainability of the system” is needed before government can go ahead and expand the system further.
A student who has turned her life around after spending time in prison has won the “Endsleigh Student of the Year” award at the National Union of Students Awards.
Mandela Day on 18 July 2014 celebrates the extraordinary life and impact of Nelson Mandela, calling for everyone to change the world for the better.
As part of our ongoing feature, Women Leading the Way, NUS.org.uk spoke to Camila Batmanghelidjh, Founder of Kids Company, to discuss its new campaign 'See The Child' and her experiences as a woman leader.
Brazil is well known for its footballing accomplishments, but its student movement is also succeeding in bringing about positive change for Brazilian students.
On 21 and 22 August, the National Union of Students (NUS) and Amnesty International will host a special two-day summit for student journalists.
In the 20 years of its existence, Fairtrade has certified thousands products - even footballs, flowers and beauty creams. NUS.org.uk spoke to the Schools team at the Fairtrade Foundation to find out how thousands of students in the UK have strengthened the Fairtrade movement.
Do you know a young person, a project or an organisation that has excelled in empowering young people? Nominate them for a Youth on Board Award!
This week, World Oceans Day is being celebrated worldwide to raise awareness of the importance of ocean protection. Sustainable fishing includes our responsibility to buy sustainable fish, and there are some great tips on what to look out for.