NUS-USI has launched its Pound in Your Pocket survey, Northern Ireland’s most detailed survey ever on student finance. Students who complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw for 10 x £50 prizes and 1 x £500 prize.
As part of our Disability History Month celebration, we will be featuring a trailblazer from Disability history each week. This week we focus on Stephen Hawking.
Forget the latest games consoles, designer handbag, or parties and drinking; it is family that is at the top of students’ Christmas lists according to research carried out by NUS.
NUS today paid tribute to its honorary president, Nelson Mandela, following the announcement of his death at the age of 95.
NUS is conducting a short and confidential survey with students to find out more about their experiences of housing while they’re at university or college.
December is upon us and that means one thing - it's Christmas! Here's our Top 10 run down of some of the best Xmas tunes to see you through the festive season.
With the festive season quickly approaching, here’s a selection of the best Christmas films that you can put your feet up to this Christmas.
Following democratic ballots of their members in support of industrial action earlier this autumn, four higher education trade unions (UCU, UNISON, Unite and EIS) announced a one-day strike that took place on 3 December. This follows an initial day of strike action on 31 October.
As part of our Disability History Month celebration, we will be featuring a trailblazer from Disability history each week. This week we focus on Frida Kahlo.
For those who feel like dipping their toe into new traditions, or for any international students missing home, here are some easy recipes to bring a touch of Thanksgiving to your student kitchen.
As part of our Disability History Month celebration, we will be featuring a trailblazer from Disability history each week. This week we focus on Ever Lee Hairston, who lobbies for blind rights across the globe.
As part of our Disabled History Month celebration, we will be featuring a trailblazer from Disabled history each week. This week we focus on Ever Lee Hairston, who lobbies for blind rights across the globe.
There’s no need to leave the house to get your fill of films this winter. We’ve trawled the NOW TV collection to bring some suggestions of what to watch this November.
NUS are supporting calls for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to back the Charter to Stop the Payday Loan Rip-off.
Read our interview with Fresh Meat creators Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong.
Students' union officers and staff from across the UK gathered in Manchester on 11 November for the community organising event "We Are The Change".
NUS and UNISON report reveals university poverty pay and calls for fair solutions to living wage deficit
New research published by NUS and UNISON today, The Living Wage in the UK Higher Education Sector, shows the worrying extent of low pay across universities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Talented journalists and broadcasters from print, radio, television and online shared their expertise over two days at the joint NUS and Amnesty event.
Among the highlights was the keynote speech from Deborah Haynes, defence editor at The Times. The 2008 Amnesty Media Award winner told the audience about her experiences reporting from warzones around the world, including places like Afghanistan and Iraq.
October 26 saw the 10th anniversary of the Reclaim the Night march, coordinated by the London Feminist Network. Read our report by Susuana Antubam, ULU's Women's Officer.