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NUS and leading womens' campaigners tackle lad culture at national summit.
We are calling on Vice Chancellors and Principals of UK institutions to agree to a fixed rate for international student fees, protecting students from unanticipated and unfair increases in their fees throughout their course.
Check out our interview with the MP as part of our women leading the way series.
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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.
We’re thrilled to announce that our ethical and environment manager Jamie Agombar has won the Guardian University Award for Inspiring Leader.
Eating With My Fingers - and now Eating With My Fingers at NUS - is a long and rambling story about cooking your way through a crisis.
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
Each year up to 175,000 international students in our campuses find their fees increase often without notice, reason or support. Help us stop this and ensure each international student has a fixed fee guarantee.
Write to Matthew Hancock, Minister of State for Skills and Enterprise demanding that government immediately withdraws this proposal so colleges can fully support 18 year old students.
We are calling on the Government to scrap the proposed NHS charges and landlord checks for international students. Write to your MP here.