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Skip to 0 minutes and 0 secondsHello. My name's Nick Osborne, and I'm one of your mentors. And welcome to the end of Week 3 and the end of this course. So well done for everybody who has been participating. It's been really great reading everyone's comments on this course, and we hope this gives you a good introduction and a good foundation for access to higher education. So we've received some nice comments from Othman and Farhat, and they had some really good suggestions around the study skills, the kind of study skills some of you might need at university. So thank you for those.

Skip to 0 minutes and 41 secondsAlso, we wanted to say that you do have access to this course for a little while longer, so do keep on engaging with this. If you have any more suggestions or comments, we will try to review those and help if we can. And also, it's not too late to submit your personal statement. So if you'd like to receive comments on that in particular, please do try to write a personal statement. And yeah, generally, keep on practicing, and you might like to keep in touch with your fellow participants. And you might remember, on Week 2, there's lots of free online resources available for you out there to keep on practising your English before you access higher education.

Skip to 1 minute and 28 secondsSo well done, and thank you very much for engaging.

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Thank you for joining this course. We hope you have found this course useful; please let us know if you did or if you didn’t. We want to run this course again for other people in your situation so suggest how we could improve the course for others.

We understand that your journey to university in the UK might be very challenging, but there are lots of great people, groups and resources that are available to help and support you. This course should have provided you with all of the information you need and also put you in contact with a lot of people in a similar situation so that you can support each other. Try to stay in touch with the people you’ve met on this course.

Task: What did you like and not like about this course? Give us suggestions to improve it for other people in your situation. Please share your ideas in the comments box.

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Aim Higher: Access to Higher Education for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

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