I'll Turn Up at the General Election

A General Election has been called for Thursday 4th July. Pledge to Turn Up today and we'll send you all the information you need to be able to vote and make your and other students' voices heard.

I'll Turn Up at the General Election

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Fighting for Students

We’re Fighting For Students in this cost-of-living crisis, calling for: an increase in grants and bursaries; rent controls; and half-price bus and train fares all day.

Fighting for Students

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Stop the cuts!

Scotland's education system is broken - and our colleges and universities are increasingly being asked to do more with less. Let's make our voices heard and say it loud and clear: stop to cuts to colleges and universities!

Stop the cuts!

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Voter ID for Students - Get your FREE CitizenCard

Sign here to get your free CitizenCard and we’ll send you everything you need to know about voting in elections. Use code ‘NUS’ to get your free ID (usually £18) today.

Voter ID for Students - Get your FREE CitizenCard

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We are your national union representing over 500,000 university and college students across Scotland. 

Together, we achieve national change for students.

Latest Updates

John Swinney’s commitment to tackling poverty must be matched with real action

NUS Scotland President Ellie Gomersall: ‘Scotland cannot hope to eliminate poverty and inequality without the contribution of colleges’

NUS Scotland welcomes scrapping of peak rail fares for further 3 months and calls for the change to be permanent

NUS Scotland President Ellie Gomersall: peak fares are anti-student and anti-worker – they must be permanently scrapped  

NUS Scotland calls on new First Minister to support students

NUS Scotland President Ellie Gomersall challenges John Swinney to reverse college cuts and invest in education  

NUS Scotland condemns unfair treatment of apprentices

Bodies representing students and apprentices call for Scottish and UK Governments to stop treating apprentices as an afterthought

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