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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.
This Thursday 6th February The Access Project is launching a new partnership with Oxford University. Magdalen College will be supporting students from disadvantaged backgrounds on The Access Project for the next 3 years. It helps boost the chances of students in a deprived part of Nottinghamshire getting into Oxford University.
Click to read the press release.
Top Universities have been told by the Office for Students to give more places to students from disadvantaged backgrounds like those on our programme. Read our response from our CEO, Nathan Sansom.
Analysis by UCAS and The Access Project shows pupils are four times as likely to secure a place at a top third university, compared to pupils from a similar background who don’t work with TAP. The charity’s GCSE students outperform their peers in their tutored subjects. Read our latest press release on the impact of our work.
University Access Officer, Simon, shares his experience on working in schools with our students and supporting volunteers on a daily basis.