NUS conference

NUS National Conference happens once a year and is an opportunity for all the delegates from NUS affiliated Students’ Unions (known as constitute members) to come together and review the work over the last year, decide on priorities for the following year and elect new leadership.

The topics discussed and voted on are split into five zones:

  • Further Education policy
  • Higher Education policy
  • Society and Citizenship policy
  • Welfare policy
  • Union Development policy

Durham can take six delegates to National Conference with one place reserved for your President who acts as lead delegate.

We run elections to decide who the remaining five delegates will be to represent the Durham voice.

At conference you will...

  • Discuss motions sent to conference from around the UK and vote on whether they will become NUS policy.
  • Elect NUS’s full-time Officer team.
  • Network opportunity with delegates from all over the UK.

If you're interested in becoming an NUS Delegate, visit our dedicated section here.