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In our endeavour to continue supporting young people on our programme during this period of uncertainty we have released some free online fact sheets. Find out more from Access Project experts on Qualifications, School closures, Student finance and university choices.
Lamech has been invested in our work since he was in Year 11 as a student on the programme. He now works for the Civil Service and volunteers an hour a week as a Geography tutor. We asked him what difference the programme made to his life.
The Access Project (TAP) took part in the BBC Asian Network’s ‘Big Debate’ about the equality gap at our universities. Current student Chethaka and former student Tahmid, who’s now a trustee of the charity, spoke about how the sort of targeted support TAP offers can open up a world of opportunity.
Watch coverage from ITV Central and BBC East Midlands on our new partnership with Oxford University. Find out more about how Magdalen College will be supporting students from disadvantaged backgrounds on The Access Project for the next 3 years.
Student ambassador at Holte School in Birmingham, Halima, shares her experience on The Access Project. Her time on the programme has increased her confidence and motivation. Halima is now striving to secure the grades to study politics at university and in the future make the lives of young people like her better.