"NISAU is not just an organisation, it is a movement. A youth led movement that will forever change the way India and its culture is viewed in the United Kingdom. A movement that unifies the voice of Indians in the UK, through our students and alumni."

We are a platform for a number of things, but first and foremost we represent Indian and Asian students in the UK, both home-grown and from India. Our aim is to unify Indian youth across the UK, India and globally so that together we can bring about change in society, and become the bright future of both India and UK.

This website will provide you with information on your National Indian Student and Alumni Union UK, essential bytes to makes your UK student life comfortable and enriching, as well as details on our independent and affiliate events.

“The delegates of the NISAU met on the 15th of November 2014”

The delegates of the NISAU met on the 15th of November 2014 and discussed objectives and aims of the upcoming events and campaigns.

“NISAU delivers address at House of Commons”

Rhea Ranjan spoke regarding the Post study work visa issue and its affects on Indian student population.

“NISAU delivers address at Regional Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, October 2014”

Sanam Arora our president, addressed the stakeholders and talked about the Indian diaspora and the issues faced by Indian students in the UK.

“NISAU delivers address at Westminster”

President Sanam Arora was invited to represent International Students in the UK as part of delivering an address intended to inform future Immigration Policy Making in the UK. With her speech entitled ‘International Students are an Opportunity, Not a Burden’, we made some extremely strong points in the case for International Students as well as policy solutions that we are delighted to say have been accepted by the British Government in some shape. Event details can be found here: http://www.westminsterforumprojects.co.uk/forums/event.php?eid=580

The slides from the session are available upon request. Please contact our general secretary.


The Quality Assurance Agency is conducting an an inquiry into 14 British university branch campuses in London. The London campuses of British universities coming under the scope of its inquiry are those run by:

  • Anglia Ruskin University
  • Bangor University
  • Coventry University
  • University of Cumbria
  • University of East Anglia (UEA)
  • Glasgow Caledonian University
  • Glynd┼Ár University
  • University of Liverpool
  • Loughborough University
  • Northumbria University
  • University of Sunderland
  • University of Ulster: London and Birmingham campuses
  • University of Wales
  • Trinity St David
  • University of South Wales.

Any students affected or concerned by this are advised to contact us asap. Email secretary@nisau.org.uk or Inbox Us.