NSUUK EMERGENCY RELIEF AID (NERA), NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT!

Benue State Nigeria Flood Victims Support UK. September, 2017. Nigerian Students’ Union UK (NSUUK) in partnership with Society for life and Human Development Initiative Benue State will be mobilising various items to support victims of the recent damaging floods in Makurdi Benue State Nigeria. For partnership, support and to arrange pick up of items you wish to donate please contact us on 07435302412, 07539776585, 07448263390 or email admin@nsuuk.org

Theme – “Positioning yourself for Socio-economic and political relevance in Nigeria”

Accelerating the Engagement and Empowerment of Nigerian Youth for a Sustainable Future.         Plenary Session on: The effects of Brexit on Nigeria Youth and the opportunities it presents

Date:    Saturday, 18th March 2017.  Time:    9.30am – 3.30pm

Venue:  Great Hall, Sherfield building, Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus London, SW7 2AZ.

 

 

We are proud to announce that Nigerian Students’ Union United Kingdom through its partners (Commonwealth Africa Initiative), has secured exclusive free limited tickets for students to attend this year’s Summit.                         Register at www.casyouthforum.eventbrite.com and email your name and institution to admin@nsuuk.org

Leaders Conference,

Nigeria Diaspora Youth as Change Catalysts

Date: Friday 28th October 2016

Time: 5pm – 9pm

Venue: EB220 Theatre,

Goldsmiths University of London

8 Lewisham Way, London SE14 6NW

GLOBAL AFRICAN STUDENTS EDUCATION SUMMIT
Theme: Celebrating Rich Natratives of African Education – Our Stories.
Saturday 22.10.16
Time: 9:45am – 2:30pm
Venue: Logan Hall, Institute of Edication, University College London, 20
Bedfordway, WC1H 0AL
  1. Legendary Leadership Lessons 3, Saturday 12th March 2016, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Conference Objective
The purpose of this conference is to inspire, motivate and empower young people who are or who wish to be in positions of leadership. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn key leadership skills such as integrity, honesty, determination, courage, commitment, passion, confidence, goal-setting and positivity. Speakers will share lessons from their own experience in a bid to motivate and inspire conference delegates.

 

‘SMADE EASTER FEST’,

with AFROBEATS HEAVY WEIGHTS,

Wande Coal, Patoranking, Kiss Daniel,

and more…

Hosted by Super Talented Eddie Caddie and Music by

Award winning DJ SPINALL and DJ Neptizzle.

Date – Monday March 28th 2016

Time – 6pm – 11pm

Venue: Troxy, 490 Commercial road London. E1 0HX

Leicester Nigerian society presents Careers Networking event.

An afternoon of networking and an insight into career opportunities.

Date: Wed 10th Feb 2016
Time – 3pm – 6pm
Venue – Bennet Link Lower ground floor lecture theatre. University of Leicester.
Dress code – Smart/ Professional

Entry is free and refereshments will be provided.

24th November 2015 was an historic day at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), as the first ever Nigerian Society was birthed.

The University which is ranked the 2nd best for social sciences in the world and 5th best University worldwide witnessed the emergence of a society which was long overdue.

Congratulations to Gen. Muhammadu Buhari and Prof. Yemi Osibajo, Nigeria’s newly elected President and Vice-President. Congrats to all Nigerians and Nigeria on this highly significant moment in our turbulent history.
There is indeed, Hope for Nigeria and the results from this election proves that democracy is deepening in Nigeria. We must commend the out-going President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan for conceding defeat and allowing for peace to reign. God Bless Nigeria

The disappearance of an International student, who was
last seen on the 31st January 2014, around Coventry, Foleshill Area at about 7am, has been a cause for concern.
Ozi Akerele, who is Nigerian had only just arrived the UK two weeks prior to him going missing. Please kindly share this post, in support of his search

London based gift specialists, Just B’cos Hampers have launched their christmas Mega Sale.

Justbcos offers a stress free experience to their clients.

So Give a gift:
Justbcos…it’s Christmas
Justbcos…I love you
Justbcos…its a New year
Justbcos…its you!

For more enquires:

Justbcos@live.com
Facebook: Justbcosgifts

Mobile: 07985213578 / 07984179097

The Queen Mary Nigerian Students’ Association seeks to champion, celebrate and promote the richness and diversity of Nigeria’s varied and eclectic cultural history.

For support and contact please use this email qmul.nsa@gmail.com

Newly crowned Miss West Africa UK 2014, Miss Joanna Omolara Fabikun Launched an urgent campaign #stopthespreadofebola on 10/10/2014. Lets all support the great cause.

Date: Saturday 12th July 2014

Time: 12noon – 3:00pm

Venue: Nigeria House, 9 Northumberland Ave London WC2N 5BX.

Contact details for organisers via twitter are @OgbeniDipo, @Nsuuk,

@Genvoicesuk, @lekanoshunkoya

_MG_4052 Bring Our Girls Back_Protest_London_9May2014_Sync PHOTOS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All concerned person are invited to join in this rally to put pressure on the government to step up effort to #BringBackOurGirls#. Over 200 teenage girls were abducted from a boarding secondary school in North-East Nigeria. The terrorist group, Boko Haram have claimed responsibility. BokoHaram and their sponsors must be exposed and flushed out. We shall gather by Trafalgar Square (by Charing Cross station-Bakerloo line) and march to the Nigerian Embassy (5mins walk).
Time is 11am. Date: Friday 9th May, 2014. Nigerian embassy address: 9 Northumberland Avenue. London. WC2N 5BX

NSUUK is the Umbrella body that unites all Nigerian students’ associations and organisations in the United Kingdom with the sole purpose of providing a forum for Nigeria students and youth to come together and contribute their skills and ideas towards the improvement and development of themselves and Nigeria.

 

Generational Voices or GenVoices, is a growing global movement of Nigerians aged 18 to 40 but inclusive of a dynamic group of older mentors and contributors. We were conceived as a means to convert online and offline efforts into practical national change.

 

 

IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON NIGERIAN SOCIETY PRESENTS “TAKING THE GIANT LEAP”

The event is the organisation’s 2nd Annual symposium themed “Overcoming the challenges to Nigeria’s economic prosperity”

Date: 18th October 2013

Time: 2pm

Venue: Great Hall, Imperial College London

 

Great News !! Great News !! Great News !! Great News !!

 

NSUUK has just secured the best possible discount for you to attend an event organised by African Professional Speakers Academy, in London.

 

The event is titled “5 Steps to Becoming a Motivational Speaker & also Make Money from Stage”. – with International Multiple Award Winning Speaker, TV Personality & Best Selling Author (DAYO OLOMU).

NIGERIAN STUDENTS’ UNION UK Official Nigerian 53rd Independence celebration will be held at COKOBAR MUSIC FESTIVAL 2013 on the 6th of Oct. Venue is London Indigo O2 (Nearest Tube station is North… Greenwich).
Make sure you put on your best dancing shoes when coming because FLAVOUR, OLAMIDE & SEAN TIZZLE will be PERFORMING live to make you shake, move and dance like you’ve never done before.

The British Nigeria Law Forum (BNLF) invite you to a seminar
The Future of Legal Education & Practice in Nigeria – What Role for Diaspora Lawyers?
Thursday 12th September 2013, 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm
At Berwin Leighton Paisner, Adelaide House, King William St, London Bridge EC4R 9HA.
Chair of the Panel: OCJ Okocha SAN, MFR, Chairman, Council of Legal Education
Mr Lanre Onadeko incoming DG of the Nigerian Law School
Dr Gbolahan Elias SAN, a law scholar & practising lawyer.
Cost £12 payable in advance

 

NSUUK is proud to partner with Mansion Student to provide you with the Best student living experience. We will provide you with modern, affordable, safe and spacious apartments of your choice. Quote NSU200 when you book before the 30th of April 2013 and you will recieve £200 worth of Amazon Vouchers

The Nigerian Students’ Society University of Hertfordshire presents Cultural Night 2013 and NSS  Hertfordshire University 5th Anniversary Dinner. This event is a celebration of Nigeria’s rich cultural heritage and promises to be exciting and very informative. Its definitely a multi-packed one with dance, drama, fashion, comedy and Music.

Date is Thursday 28th March 2013 and venue is Main Auditorium the FORUM University of Hertfordshire AL10 9AB. Dinner is 5pm – 7pm and the afterparty is 9:30 till late. 100 Early Bird Tickets @ £5.00 only, 200 Standard £8.00 Tickets, Thereafter £10.00 and £12.00 @ the door.

 

1st ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS’ SOCIETY PRESIDENTS/ CO-ORDINATORS & DELEGATES IN THE UK .  Date:    Saturday 23rd February 2013    Time:    10.00 am – 6.00pm, Venue:  Physics Lecture Theatre (PLT), Science Concourse. University of Warwick, Main Site. CV4 7AL.  Building opposite the library.  Theme: Building Capacity for a New Generation Nigeria: Connecting Nigerian Student Leaders in the United Kingdom. For more information about this event, visit our events and News page and to Register to attend simply leave you details on our “Register for NSUUK event”  page and a member of our team will contact you shortly. Thanks

 

Dear friends, please this is an appeal to support the Initiative (CERA), Central Association of Nigerians in the UK Emergency relief Aid. It was formed in October 2012 in London United Kingdom, in response to the large scale flooding across numerous Nigerian towns and villages resulting in millions of people being displaced from their homes and their source of livelihood cut off. Please all you need to do is visit www.cerauk.org to know how you can support. Also it doesn’t involve giving any cash, you only need to donate relief materials such as clothes and shoes (old or new), duvets, non electrical toys, torches, mosquito nets etc. Many Thanks

Nsuuk Board of Co-ordinators

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Picture of  the CHAMPIONS…. Players from London Metropolitan University and University of Greenwich who teamed up during at the start of the Tournament and eventually emerged Winners of the 1st Annual Nigerian Students’ Football Challenge 2012…Congratulations !!!

Picture from the 1st Annual Nigerian Students’ Football Challenge, 9th June 2012. One minute Silence being observed in Respect of Victims of the June 3rd Dana Air Plane Crash in Lagos Nigeria.

Picture of Delegates from International Conference of Nigerian Students (ICONS 2012)

International Conference of Nigerian Students (ICONS 2012) was the Real deal. Thanks to all those who made it a great conference; organisers, speakers and presenters, staff and students of Northampton university, volunteers and all those who attended the conference

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS PRESENTS ICONS 2012. THEME – PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ECONOMIC & SOCIETAL RELEVANCE. 21ST – 22ND APRIL 2012. VENUE – UNIVERSITY OF NORTHAMPTON PARK CAMPUS BOUGHTON GREEN ROAD NORTHAMPTON NN2 7A. THIS EVENT PROMISES TO BE EDUCATIVE, INFORMATIVE, ENTERTAINING AND INTERACTIVE. MAKE SURE YOU SHARE THE REGISTERATION LINK WITH ALL YOUR FRIENDS @ http://icons2012.xnfoundation.org/

Nigerian Students at a University Freshers Fayre in the United Kingdom

Picture from the International Conference of Nigerian Students (ICONS 2011)

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Welcome to the Home-page of the Nigerian Students’ Union in the United Kingdom. The Umbrella body for all Nigerian students’ associations and societies in Universities and colleges in the United Kingdom.The mission of NSUUK is to create a strong link and platform between Private sector Nigerian organisations, Government establishments and successful students from the UK, for the transfer of internationally acquired knowledge, experience and manpower towards the development and growth of Nigeria and positive re-branding of Her Image.

The organisation was founded in 2010 by a young dynamic Nigerian student who while studying in the United Kingdom noticed the perspectives and ability of Nigerian Students are ignored in the educational curriculum and society in the UK. He also pointed out that the needs and views of Nigerian Students and youths are easily neglected and simply forgotten and their voices too often under-represented.
In this light, he came up with the idea to have a UNION that exists to help confront and eradicate these barriers and prejudice that are being experienced, through encouraging Nigerian students in getting active and assuming leadership roles so as to increase the pace at which a real difference can be made to all our lives.

The Motto “Leaders of Tomorrow in Action Today” is coined out of the old saying that “children are the future leaders of tomorrow”. The Motto aims to give students and youths in general a sense of motivation and empowerment from a leadership perspective that each and every one is a leader in his/her right and should exercise it by putting his/her goals and ambitions into action in every situation and not wait for the future which most times is uncertain.

Our goal is that by the year 2014, NSUUK through its activities would ensure all Universities with over 10 Nigerian students will have an active Nigerian Students’ Association. By that year NSUUK also hopes to have established pathways towards the set-up of Nigerian students’ Associations in Colleges that have a NUS body and a considerable population of Nigerian Students. We believe this is important because by involving Nigerian students and youths in colleges in positive thoughts and ventures such as running their own Nigerian Students club/society, they would be dissuaded from social vices and feel a sense of responsibility that would prepare them for Higher Education and be better ambassadors of Nigeria.

As you Navigate through this site, We hope you are well informed and motivated by the activities of the Union and urge that you support us with any suggestions and contributions that you might have.