National Union of Students


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National Union of Students

A voluntary membership confederation of 600 students’ unions, which encompasses over 95% of higher and further education unions in the UK, and represents the interests of over 7 million students.

Mission
Promote, defend and extend the rights of students, develop and champion students’ unions and provide students a national voice. NUS fights barriers to education and empowers students to shape both a quality learning experience and the world around them, supporting influential, democratic and well-resourced unions, and providing research, representation, training and expert advice for students and students’ unions.
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The poll, published by the National Union of Students ahead of their work summit next week, questioned nearly 4,000 students and recent graduates about their views of the job market.
The National Union of Students created the 'Think Positive' project to improve student mental health and tackle the issues of stigma associated with it.
Toni Pearce, president of the National Union of Students said a clampdown was needed, especially for apprentices.
"The North East is a fantastic centre of brewing excellence and we are happy to offer any help and advice." Funded through the National Union of Students Student Green Fund, Stu Brew will be growing its own organic hops at the students' community allotment and the university's Rupert's Wood site in Northumberland.
Funded through the National Union of Students (NUS) Student Green Fund, Stu Brew will be growing its own organic hops at the students' community allotment and the university's Rupert's Wood site in Northumberland.
As the rally began, chants of "NUS, shame on you" could be heard, and National Union of Students (NUS) president Liam Burns appeared on stage in an attempt to quieten parts of the crowd.
The move has reportedly infuriated the National Union of Students (NUS) and other student bodies in the UK, who claimed of "being used as a political football by politicians" in the country.
There were some red flags from the student Labour Party and the National Union of Students officers also turned up to support.
The society, which is supported by the National Union of Students and the RMIT Student Union, stressed it will continue its campaign for Muslim-only prayer rooms, saying it was tired of being given the run around.
But figures from the National Union of Students suggest the figure is actually just under pounds 40,000 for someone studying outside of London.
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