About Labour Students

Labour Students is the official student wing of the Labour Party in the UK and the largest political student organisation in the country. We organise at universities and colleges across the UK, and campaign for Labour’s values of equality and social justice.

We are proud of our reputation as a formidable electoral force, wherever there is an election, there will always be Labour Students campaigning for a Labour victory!


Our Labour Clubs up and down the country are the beating heart of our organisation, helping to grow our movement and run our campaigns on the ground. The day-to-day running of our organisation is led by the National Committee, including three full time National Officers who work to support the work of Labour Students on a national level.

Together with our tens of thousands of members across the UK in FE and HE education,  we are Labour Students.

Why get involved with Labour Students?

Gloria De Piero MP

Gloria De Piero MP

President of Friends of Labour Students

I was once Campaigns & Membership Officer of Labour Students. I was so proud of the difference we can make. The more you put in the more you get out, so don’t hold back. Get involved, stand for positions & enjoy the opportunities Labour Students gives.

Robbie Young

Robbie Young

Vice President NUS - Society & Citizenship

The work Labour Students does in the National Union of Students is vital in ensuring that Labour Values are represented in the student movement. The support they give to members like me to stand up and be heard in NUS or in Students' Union elections is invaluable.

Sheri Bhim

Sheri Bhim

Cardiff Labour Students

My Labour Students Club has been a home away from home, and a new family to me. Being a Labour Student has allowed me to develop my public speaking skills and my ability to question ideas and engage in debate, as well as constantly challenge my view of the world.

Blog Posts

Keep up-to-date with blogs from Labour Students

On Pride Month

As we conclude Pride month, our LGBT+ Officer Antony Riley writes about its importance in 2018.   For some in 2018, it is easy to forget where Pride has its origins amongst the pink-washing, amongst Read more…


Mental Health Awareness Week

by Luciana Berger MP We are now half-way through Mental Health Awareness Week, and all over the country, in schools, colleges, workplaces and communities, people are talking about their mental health. As ever, Labour Students Read more…

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