'NUS Congress on Graduate unemployment. Report of University College, London', ts. report by B Pearce, NUS Secretary, Union Society, 5 ff.
NUS Report on Graduate Unemployment, 1937
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- Dates of Creation1937
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- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Administrative / Biographical History
The National Union of Students (NUS) is the main confederation of students' unions that exist inside the United Kingdom. The NUS was formed in 1922 at a meeting held at the University of London. At this meeting, the Inter-Varsity Association and the International Students Bureau (which organised student travel and had been lobbying for a national body) agreed to merge. Founding members included the unions of University of Birmingham, Imperial College London (who first left in 1923 and have subsequently rejoined and left three times, the last time being in June 2008), King's College London (who supplied the first President (Sir Ivison Macadam)) and the University of Bristol.
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Deposited c1993 by UCL History Department via Negley Harte.