NUS is disappointed the government has confirmed the student loan repayment threshold will be frozen at £21,000.
Chancellor George Osborne today made his Autumn Statement and published the Comprehensive Spending Review. But what’s outlined within it and how will it affect students?
NUS is today launching a campaign called #StandByMe to demand out-of-date guidelines are repealed to protect victims of sexual assault on campus.
Are you marching for the climate this weekend? Join us in London, Edinburgh and Cardiff to demand bold action at the UN climate talks in Paris.
The ability to communicate in a common language is the bedrock of a shared and communal society. For many UK residents whose first language is not English, ‘English for Speakers of Other Languages’, or ESOL, is their way to find employment, enter education, and engage with their local communities and public services.
The House of Lords has called for 16 and 17-year-olds to be allowed to vote in the EU referendum, a move strongly backed by NUS.
Students and students’ unions across the UK came together yesterday (Tuesday 17 November) to stand in solidarity with migrants, refugees and fellow international students by taking part in the International Students Campaign's 'Day of Solidarity'. Here are some highlights from the day's actions.
Gloria De Piero MP and NUS’ Robbiie Young team up to send out a rallying call for all students to register to vote by Friday 20 November.
Following the launch of NUS’ lad culture campaign, the National Youth Theatre (NYT) has produced a thought-provoking play called Consensual. NUS women’s officer Susuana Amoah was invited to speak on a one-off panel discussing the play’s key theme, consent.
Two fifths of universities are on course to miss their own carbon targets. Our sector is failing students on the sustainability agenda.
Today students across the country are taking action on COP21 – demanding bold action on the climate. But what is COP21 and how can you become part of a global movement for change?
NUS is today releasing data which shows that 61 per cent of first-year students are not aware of procedures to report sexual harassment incidents at their universities.
The burden of debt being piled onto students’ shoulders is creating a crisis – not just in education, but for the economy. Join us in Westminster on 8 December and demand that politicians #CutTheCosts of student debt.
Last week, NUS was part of the launch of Students Organising for Sustainability – an alliance of nearly fifty student groups, spanning 15 countries and 5 continents.
Students across the country are taking part in a national walk-out day on November 17 to highlight their dissatisfaction with government immigration policies.