The National Union of Students (NUS) is a voluntary membership organisation which makes a difference to the lives of students and its member students' unions.
They are a confederation of 600 students' unions, amounting to more than 95 percent of all higher and further education unions in the UK. Through their member students' unions, they represent the interests of more than seven million students.
NUS champions students to shape the future of education and create a better world. They promote, defend and extend student rights.
They fight discrimination, isolation and injustice. Through practical information and national action, they make sure students can thrive.
They support and strengthen students and their unions. They are informed – developing research that influences national policy.
They are active – taking on all the issues that affect students’ lives now and in future.They know students, representing 7 million student voices.
Every year, they bring together a conference of student representatives to decide which campaigns and policy work NUS should take forward. The conference also elects student members to lead this work for the coming year.
Lead Delegate - Union President
There are 3 more Delegate positions to be elected at the next General Meeting, Thursday 11th November
NUS Scotland Conference 2021-22
Tuesday 26th- Wednesday 27th April 2022
NUS National Conference 2021-22
Monday 28th- Wednesday 30th March 2022
NUS Liberation Conference 2021-22
Wednesday 30th March-Thursday 31st March
Find out more about NUS meetings here: NUS Events.
The delegates for the Liberation Conference are not the elected delegates, but rather the Union President and Equalities Officers.