Achieving higher level qualifications can open doors to better careers, higher earnings or more life choices. Nia Parry speaks to three women who didn’t go to university from school. Each has taken a different route to pursue a university education – Emma, Brittany and Louise have each faced their own challenges, they talk about tackling imposter syndrome, recognising the value of the life experience they bring to their studies and their ambitions for the future. Nia is joined by Ceri Nicolle from First Campus. She talks about the student support available and different initiatives in place to ensure that more adults get their chance to progress to university.
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