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Priorities 2014-15

NUS Wales focuses its energy and resources on a few main campaigns and projects every year, as set by our members at NUS Wales Conference. Here are our priority areas for 2014/15:

Imagine Education

Diamond Review

Elections and citizenship

 

 

Areas of work within further education:

Independent complaints

Review into EMA/ALG

Learner voice and governance

 

Our other work encompasses areas such as: 

Apprentices, transport, prisoner education, housing, mental health, the Welsh language and the liberation campaigns.

 


I’m Beth Button, NUS Wales President for 2014-15. I represent the interests of more than 320,000 students through the membership of 23 college and university students’ unions. This section is designed to help these members find out the latest news and events that concern them.

Imagine Education

Education for people after the age of 16 in Wales needs help. We think students in our nation get a better deal than those across the border in England. But we want them to get an even better deal. That’s why we’re leading this long-term piece of work to Imagine Education.

Find our more here

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