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Following the publication of National Society of Apprentices survey findings which show that one in six apprentices surveyed do not get paid for offsite training, NUS-USI President Olivia Potter-Hughes said it is essential that all apprentices are paid for this training. Olivia said that she was deeply concerned with apprentice pay and conditions, and said […]

Posted Monday, September 18th, 2017

NUS-USI and the PSNI have worked together to create and publish a student survival guide for Northern Ireland. The guide will be distributed at freshers fairs and will be online for students to access. The guide contains a range of useful information for students to help them address money worries and other concerns they might […]

Posted Thursday, September 14th, 2017

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By Richard Moorehead, NUS-USI Disabled Students’ Officer The Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is what has been decided to replace the Disabled Living Allowance Scheme (DLA), but what exactly does this mean for you? Although PIP is stated by gov.uk as ‘not based on your condition, but on how your condition affects you’, you would think […]

Posted Monday, September 4th, 2017