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Spill the beans on Jewish student life…and win £500

Union of Jewish Students is media partnering with Jewish News in its first survey in 12 years open to the organisation's 9,000 members

UJS Students
UJS Students

The organisation representing nearly 9,000 Jewish students at 70 Jewish societies across the UK and Ireland has launched a survey to encourage its members to talk about their experiences.

The UJS National Jewish Student Survey, supported by media partner The Jewish News, is open to those who are currently at university or graduating this year.

UJS Student Survey

It covers a range of issues about Jewish life on campus, including students’ religiosity, finance, engagement with communal Jewish organisations and mental health.

The aim is to deliver a clear understanding of what it means to be a Jewish student on campus today and to inform the way UJS work with students in the years to come.

Arieh Miller, Chief Executive, UJS tells Jewish News: “The last time UJS ran a Jewish Student Survey was in 2011, and so of course the shape of Jewish life on campus has changed a lot.

“This survey will help us and the wider Jewish community support both current and future generations of Jewish students. Those who are eligible to take part in the survey today can shape the life of the Jewish community on and off campus for years to come and have the chance to win up to £500 at the same time!”

There are over 30 cash prizes (up to £500) to be won, once students complete the survey, which can be found here.

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