Will you support students at the next General Election?

There will be a General Election in 2024. The Manifesto of our Future represents the aspirations of students across the UK. This is our future. We’re here for it. Are you?

Will you support students at the next General Election?

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Voter ID for Students - Get your FREE CitizenCard with code 'NUS'

An election is coming up, and thousands of young people still don’t have a valid ID to vote. Join the movement fighting back and get £18 off a CitizenCard ID.

Voter ID for Students - Get your FREE CitizenCard with code 'NUS'

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Cost of Living Campaign

The cost-of-living crisis is pushing students and apprentices to the brink. Sign the petition and support NUS' calls to end the cost-of-living crisis for students and apprentices.

Cost of Living Campaign

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Your national students union

NUS represents university and college students across the UK. Together we achieve national change for students.

As one of the world’s largest student movements, we’re fighting to make education free and lifelong. We believe that education should be accessible and enjoyable for all – and our community of students, educators, activists and advocates are determined to make it happen.

Latest Updates

NUS launches General Election Manifesto backed by 10,000 students and apprentices

The Manifesto for our Future highlights the 'cycle of crises’ that students face and what the next government can do to fix them. 

NUS UK celebrates £10 million increase in student hardship funding but condemns real-terms cut in maintenance loans in England

The union accused the government of not tackling the root cause of student poverty, as the government announced a 2.5% maintenance loan increase.  

NUS UK expresses concern about drop off in applications for healthcare and teaching degrees.

New UCAS data shows that applications for nursing, midwifery and teaching degrees have been dropping since 2021. 

NUS UK and the National Society of Apprentices (NSoA) react to increased funding for degree apprenticeships.

The groups welcomed the extra £12 million but warned that apprentices from poorer backgrounds will not feel the benefit unless the minimum wage for apprentices is increased in line with the Real Living Wage.

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