National Union of Students (NUS)
National Union of Students (NUS)

National Union of Students (NUS)

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National Union of Students (NUS)

Represents students in the UK, campaigns for their rights and provides services and support.
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The National Union of Students (NUS) is a confederation of student unions in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1922 and represents over 7 million students across the country. The NUS is a democratic organisation that aims to promote and defend the rights of students, as well as to improve their educational experience.The NUS is run by a team of elected officers, who are responsible for setting the organisation's policies and priorities. These officers are elected by the NUS's member unions, which are themselves run by elected student representatives. This democratic structure ensures that the NUS is accountable to its members and reflects their views and concerns.One of the key roles of the NUS is to lobby the government and other decision-makers on behalf of students. The organisation campaigns on a wide range of issues, including tuition fees, student funding, housing, and mental health. The NUS also works to promote diversity and inclusion in higher education, and to tackle discrimination and harassment on campus.In addition to its lobbying work, the NUS provides a range of services and support to its member unions and their students. This includes training and development opportunities for student leaders, as well as advice and guidance on issues such as finance, governance, and campaigning. The NUS also runs a number of national events and campaigns, such as Black History Month and the Student Mental Health Agreement.The NUS has faced criticism in recent years, particularly over its handling of allegations of anti-Semitism within the organisation. Some have also questioned the relevance of the NUS in an era of declining student participation in traditional student politics. However, the NUS remains an important voice for students in the UK, and continues to play a vital role in shaping the future of higher education in the country.

275 Gray's Inn Road, London, WC1X 8QC, United Kingdom
National Union of Students (NUS)

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