Student News

York Tories accused of a culture of sexism by old committee member

A female former committee member said to Nouse that: “there is a sense that women are just for decoration”

STAR and Amnesty International take lead on student response to burgeoning refugee crisis

On 5 and 6 NOVEMBER, Amnesty International UK organised its annual Student Conference at the Human Rights Centre, in Shoreditch,…

Nouse of the World: India post-Brexit target for business

In the post-Brexit world  Britain is desperately seeking to secure new trade deals with global giants such as India. However,…

University of York undecided over fee increases

The majority of universities would be allowed to charge £9,250

1.5 thousand interested in Anti-Brexit march led by York student

The event will take place on Saturday and feature appearances from local Labour MP Rachael Maskell and former Lib Dem candidate James Blanchard

Jo Johnson: “EU students about to start courses will have student loans honoured”

The comments follow Britain’s decision to leave the EU and come at a time of uncertainty for many foreign nationals in the UK

York Jewish Society states that NUS “does not guard our welfare” and urges disaffiliation

The society attacked the National Union of Students as undemocratic and failing Jewish students, also citing problems with controversial NUS president Malia Bouattia

Failures in mental health support service as “unprecedented” demand increases

As over 1000 students seek support prior to this March, one tells Nouse that Open Door service “made me worse”

New EU students face an extra two year wait to obtain financial support

New changes will make it harder for EU students to obtain financial help

New study into worst uni gender pay gaps

The University of York 5th worst Russell Group University for gender pay inequality

Students’ campaign to remain in the EU gathers momentum

Event to be held by students in London over Britain and EU

Oxford runs ‘access event’ for top school

Radley College at Oxford University has been criticised for hosting an ‘access event’