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On Wednesday 8th July TAP student Yemane spoke live on BBC Radio 4 Money Box about how he was supported to find the right university course for him by his tutor from The Access Project. Listen to the interview in full here.
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We know how The Access Project’s unique tutoring & mentoring programme helps students from disadvantaged backgrounds to reach their potential. They need us now more than ever. Our latest Impact Report shows how our work helps.
One of the country’s leading comedians Romesh Ranganathan has surprised an East Midlands student during a mentoring session with The Access Project (TAP), by dropping in on the video call to congratulate him for focusing on his studies during COVID-19.
Our University Events and Student Enrichment Manager, Ellie has written about how TAP has rapidly adapted its programme to support students online including support for our student’s in our Oxbridge Society.