The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) is the national representative body for the 374,000 students in third level education on the Island of Ireland. We are a membership organisation – our members are our affiliated Students’ Unions around Ireland, North and South of the border.
What does USI do?
Lobby local and national politicians
Campaigning through roadshows, petitions, public meetings and media
Mobilising tens of thousands of students through voter registration, information campaigns, and protests
Representing students at home and abroad, in all aspects of their academic and college life
What does USI believe in?
Access to education is a fundamental right of all people in Ireland
Students have a right to a decent standard of living including adequate financial support, decent housing and decent prospects of employment in Ireland
Students have an active part to play in promoting and defending all democratic and human rights.
For more information about USI, please check their website www.usi.ie