Articles from NUS Scotland

NUS appoints new Chief and Deputy Returning Officers ahead of 2020/22 officer elections

NUS (National Union of Students) has appointed Civica Election Services (CES) as the new Chief Returning Officer (CRO) for its upcoming election’s season, which will see the appointment of seven full-time officers and 24 voluntary roles. The CRO will act as an independent source of appeal with power to make final rulings on any matters arising through NUS’ elections.

NUS Scotland responds to Draft Scottish Budget 2020-21

Responding to the publication of the Scottish Government’s draft budget plans for the year ahead, NUS Scotland president Liam McCabe said:

NUS delivers biggest democratic reform in half a century

A revolutionary approach to democracy, to “re-energise” the student movement, has been unveiled as part of reform plans for NUS (National Union of Students).

Unheard: The voices of part-time adult learners reveals the sharp decline in part-time learning

Why we must listen to the voices of part-time students A new paper published today (6 Feb) from the Higher Education Policy Institute, Unheard: the voices of part-time adult learners (HEPI Report 124) by Dr John Butcher of the Open University, considers the sharp decline in part-time learning through the voices of students.

Breakthrough for apprentices as NUS membership is formally recognised

In an historic moment for apprentices across the UK, NUS’ has confirmed today (22 January 2020) the acceptance of The National Society of Apprentices (NSoA) into its membership.  


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