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.
We’re thrilled to announce that our ethical and environment manager Jamie Agombar has won the Guardian University Award for Inspiring Leader.
We spoke to Stonewall FC co-founder and MBE awardee Aslie Pitter about LGBT issues in sports. as part of our LGBT History Month celebrations.
As part of our LGBT History Month celebration, we will be featuring a trailblazer from LGBT history each week. This week we focus on Laverne Cox, actress, producer and Trans advocate.
NUS is launching a national strategy and committee on lad culture, president Toni Pearce revealed today, speaking at the 'Confronting Lad Culture' summit at London South Bank University.
NUS is today bringing together Laura Bates (Everyday Sexism) Lucy Holmes (No More Page 3), The Great Initiative, Girlguiding, the Fword and The Good Lad as part of the ‘NUS Lad Culture Summit for students and students’ unions in higher education.
If you’re starting to plan your third year dissertation, have you thought about how you can use your research to promote social good?
NUS is proud to have instigated an Office of Fair Trading (OFT) inquiry into university practices placing academic sanctions - such as preventing students from graduating - on non-academic debt.
Help us to change the youth employment situation – and win cash.
As part of our LGBT History Month celebration, we will be featuring a trailblazer from LGBT history each week. This week we focus on Carol Ann Duffy, the first openly LGBT poet laureate in the UK.
As part of our ongoing feature, Women leading the way, we spoke to Stella Creasy MP to discuss what can be done to encourage more women to seek leadership positions.
It’s Valentine’s Day, and we’re encouraging you to finish off Go Green Week by helping your institution break up with fossil fuels.
As part of our LGBT History Month celebration, we will be featuring a trailblazer from LGBT history each week. This week we focus on Harvey Milk, one of the first openly gay politicians in America.
It’s National Student Money Week and universities, colleges and students’ unions around the UK will be working to help students understand money better.
Every year, 80 percent of you tell us that you want to see your institution actively promoting sustainability, and 60 percent of you want to learn more about it. But what does this mean? And how can we help you to make this happen?
Unlike other important equality and diversity criteria - such as gender, ethnicity or disability - data on LGBT students is not collected or monitored by Higher Education (HE) institutions. Help us by taking our survey to evalute your wellbeing on campus.
Academics and support staff are held a further full day of industrial action on Thursday 6 February 2014, as the dispute over their pay offer remains unresolved.