Articles from NUS Scotland

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Scotland’s students encouraged to vote in record numbers

Scotland’s education sector has united to encourage students to ‘register, make a plan, and vote’ in record numbers in the upcoming general election.

Scottish Labour Minimum Student Income announcement

NUS Scotland respond to Scottish Labour Minimum Student Income announcement

NUS Scotland manifesto launch: When students lead society wins

‘When Students Lead’: NUS Scotland general election campaign and manifesto launch NUS Scotland have launched their general election manifesto calling on all candidates to back Scotland’s students in demanding change.Student leaders across the country (Wednesday 6 November) are calling for students to make sure their voice is heard in the upcoming election, by registering and using their vote come polling day on 12 December.

Disadvantaged by debt: poorest students continue to bear the brunt

A new report from the Student Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS) continues to show Scotland’s poorest students are bearing the brunt of debt whilst at college or university.

The Equality and Human Rights Commission report on racial harassment in UK universities

UCU responds to damning report on racial harassment in UK universities Universities must do more to stamp out racial harassment, the University and College Union (UCU) said today (Wednesday).

NUS Scotland secure bursary support for student strikers

First Minister assures students ‘should not lose their bursary’

Audit Scotland report on university finances

NUS Scotland has called for proper public investment in universities, in response to a report published (Thursday 19 September) today by Audit Scotland.

NUS calls for more FE funding in Scottish Budget

The Scottish government must do more to protect colleges in its upcoming budget, student union NUS Scotland has warned.

NUS Scotland have called for a ‘clear plan’ to introduce the Real Living Wage for all students following the publication of the Programme for Government from the Scottish Government

NUS Scotland respond to Programme for Government  The Programme for Government, which aims to set out the legislative agenda for the year ahead, pledged to remove the age cap of 26 for recipients of the care experienced bursary whilst also recommitting to making improvements for student cost of living support and mental health support.   


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