What is the NUS?
NUS stands for National Union of Students and it is a membership organisation that works to represent the views of students and Students’ Unions. Many students unions are affiliated to NUS, and some are not. Each Student Union pays to be a member of the NUS and receives a number of benefits for themselves and their students for doing so. NUS has five policy zones covering broad areas of issues affecting students: Further Education, Higher Education, Society and Citizenship, Union Development and Welfare. NUS is led by an elected committee of student representatives, including the President of NUS. A summary of the facts relating to NUS fees and services can be found here.
Voting opens on the 3rd December 2018
There are no referenda running at the present time.