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Diversity & Inclusion

The Union of Students in Ireland have partnered up with Mediaplanet UK & Ireland for their Diversity & Inclusion publication which launched today. USI Vice President for Equality & Citizenship, Aisling Cusack was featured in this publication, speaking...

USI protests absence of Gaeltacht Grants at Third Level

Where have the Teachers gone? Protest/Photocall Date: Thursday, 13th December Location: Outside Leinster House Time: 1pm On Thursday, 13th December the Union of Students in Ireland amongst their member organisations and Conradh na Gaeilge will protest the absence of...

National Student Accommodation Survey 2018

The Union of Students in Ireland have launched the National Accommodation Survey 2018, this survey takes 7 minutes and will provide useful data to make a positive impact in the current student accommodation crisis in Ireland. Take the survey now: LINK TO SURVEY

USI Welcome Gender Neutral Vaccination (Open Letter to Minister Simon Harris)

The Union of Students in Ireland welcomes the announcement of gender neutral vaccination program as part of the National HPV Vaccination Alliance. This is an important change for all students at second level. Read letter to Minister Harris from the National HPV...

USI Welcome Gender Neutral Vaccination (Open Letter to Minister Simon Harris)

The Union of Students in Ireland welcomes the announcement of gender neutral vaccination program as part of the National HPV Vaccination Alliance. This is an important change for all students at second level. Read letter to Minister Harris from the National HPV...

USI launches National Voter Registration Day

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The Union of Students in Ireland, with the support of SpunOut.ie, NYCI (National Youth Council of Ireland) launch National Voter Registration Day 2018 today, Wednesday 14th November.

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USI officially launch ReCharge Campaign

The Union of Students in Ireland, alongside Minister Jim Daly, Minister with special responsibility for mental health and the HSE have officially launched the National Student Mental Health Campaign; ReCharge, and the +Connections App as of 12pm today, Monday 12th...

Opportunity to write a blog on Mental Health for USI

This will be featured on their mental health new app and webpage We are looking for students to write about mental health and their experiences of it. We hope to create a safe and supportive space for students to discuss mental health and how it relates to...

USI supports DCU Students’ Union #SaveOurShepherd Campaign.

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The Union of Students in Ireland passionately support the campaign to revoke DCU student Shepherd Machaya’s deportation order for Sunday 21st October. DCU Students’ Union is leading this social justice campaign, calling upon Minister Charlie Flanagan to revoke the order immediately.

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USI supports DITSU campaign to prevent Library closures.

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USI supports DITSU campaign to prevent Library closures: Students will not suffer the brunt of poor management

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5 top-tips for college open days.

What courses are available? Only attend open days of colleges that host courses you are interested in.Think about what you want to do, is Third Level Education for you? Are you more interested in apprenticeships etc.? Eligible for the available courses? Find out what...

USI welcomes the announcement today that Deputy Joe McHugh will be taking over the position of Minister for Education and Skills.

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USI welcome the announcement today that Deputy Joe McHugh will be taking over the position of Minister for Education and Skills.

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Union of Students in Ireland expresses frustration as students ignored in Budget 2019 “We’ll see this Government at the ballot box.”

Union of Students in Ireland expresses frustration as students ignored in Budget 2019 “We’ll see this Government at the ballot box.” The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has today expressed its anger and frustration as Budget 2019 again fails to deliver on the need...

“Grossly inadequate” USI reacts to proposed allocation for third level – Budget 2019

The rainy day is now: This morning, Tuesday 8th October, students rallied outside Leinster House at 8am before the release of Budget 2019 calling for serious government commitment to third level educationSimilar ‘rainy day’ actions occurred across campuses, eg....

“Grossly inadequate” USI reacts to proposed allocation for third level – Budget 2019

The rainy day is now: This morning, Tuesday 8th October, students rallied outside Leinster House at 8am before the release of Budget 2019 calling for serious government commitment to third level educationSimilar ‘rainy day’ actions occurred across campuses, eg....

‘Supporting Wellbeing in Practice’ webinar and report

The Union of Students Ireland with the support of the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education today held an online webinar on 'Supporting Wellbeing in Practice' across the sector. This was very exciting research project,...

Disappointing Budget 2022 confirms USI view that Government has no interest in addressing the hardship many students face

After the start of an academic year which has been dogged with stories about students sleeping on couches, living in hostels and a SU foodbank running out, Budget 2022 has confirmed the Union of Students’ in Ireland’s view that this Government has no interest in...

Mature Students’ Seminar Registration now open

Registration for USI's Mature Students Seminar 2021 is now open. The event takes place on 21 and 22 October 2021. Please fill in the form below to register for this free event, which will take place via Zoom.

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