Yesterday, Lord Ahmad, Communities Minister Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon met with a group of Jewish student representatives from Nottingham J-Soc to discuss their concerns and interests both on and off campus.
Last few days to nominate for the UJS 2015 Student Awards
UJS is proud of its ongoing support for Save A Child’s Heart. This incredible Israeli-based international humanitarian organisation is dedicated to saving lives by improving the quality of cardiac care for children from developing countries and creating centres of medical competence in these countries.
The JUEFA Cup was played on a bright Manchester Sunday, with around 140 students lined up from all over the UK. The four pitches soon rang out with the sound of competition as shins clashed and goals were racked up. Some great skills were on show and most importantly, the UJS men’s team won a game for the first time in JUEFA’s seven year history!
UJS are proud to be partners with Tzedek, the UK Jewish community’s response to extreme poverty. Applications are open for Go Global, Tzedek’s 8 week summer volunteering programme in Ghana or India which is ideal for Jewish students looking to travel abroad this summer, whilst also gaining a fascinating insight into the world of development.
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