RWCMD Students' Union

Undeb Myfyrwyr CBCDC

NUS

The National Union of Students is a voluntary membership organisation who represent the interests of more than seven million students. They are the primary voice of students on a national level, giving them the leverage to effectively influence governmental policy.

 

Around 600 students’ unions (over 95% of the country’s higher and further education unions) are affiliated, including our own.

The NUS holds an annual National Conference where NUS policy is decided. Each year we have the opportunity to have one delegate present at conference who has voting rights (this is usually the SU President). Our Union also has the ability to submit motions to the conference to be discussed and voted into policy on a national level.

 

Although the NUS is the central organisation for all affiliated unions in the UK, there are also devolved national sub-bodies including NUS Wales.

 

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