The New Zealand Union of Students' Associations (NZUSA) is a representative body that advocates for the interests of tertiary students in New Zealand. It has 14 member students' associations, with a combined membership of over 180,000 students. Between 1935 and 2006, it was known as the New Zealand University Students' Association.
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... The organisation changed its name from the New Zealand University Students' Association on July the 4th 2006, to better reflect the fact it represents students at a variety ...
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