The government plans to raise tuition fees yet again as part of huge changes to how our universities are run.
The planned changes will increase student debt, make our universities less fair and do not put the needs of students first.
This Monday (21st November) MPs will have the opportunity to argue against the changes and vote against the rise in fees.
The government plans will rank universities and allow some to raise fees higher than others.
This will affect both who applies for university and the prospects of students once they graduate from different universities.
NUS is calling for changes that will offer greater protection for students and graduates: and to make our university system fairer.