Open University Students Association

The Open University Students Association is the equivalent of a students' union for the Open University, and is often referred to as OUSA. All Open University students are members of OUSA unless they elect to formally opt out.

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Open University Students Association - Communications
... In addition, the Association publishes The OU Student, which is incorporated in the University's own newspaper, Sesame, now available mainly online ... The latest edition of OU Student can be found on the OUSA Website ... The Association as a whole makes extensive use of online forums allowing members to socialise and discuss their studies on-line ...

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