NUS: More than just a discount card
The National Union of Students (or NUS as it is known best) is the national association of students’ unions. Founded in 1922, NUS exists to give a national voice to students and today it represents about seven million students across the UK.
Just like here at the Guild, NUS is a democratic organisation, putting the power back into the students’ hands to elect representatives and leaders to make decisions on their behalf and represent them at a national level.
Want to help shape the NUS vision and create meaningful change for the student population? There are a few different ways you get involved.
- Represent Liverpool Guild of Students and attend an NUS conference:
Elected at two points in the academic year, our NUS delegates can represent the views of students at the University of Liverpool at the annual National conference and Liberation Conference.
Whether you want to see something changed locally or nationally you can submit your ideas and motions to our ‘Change It’ platform.