Published: 4 July 2014

Go Higher access students celebrate awards

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Students from this year’s University of Liverpool’s Go Higher programme received their awards at the annual celebration held at the Victoria Gallery and Museum last night.

Pictured left: Michelle Bomba, Paul Totty and Sophia Nalukwago celebrate winning the Go Higher prizes.

More than 30 students received their certificates from Acting Executive Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences),  Professor Fiona Beveridge, who congratulated them on their achievements:

“Go Higher is a one year, part-time, fast-track course that helps students to access Higher Education study and has a long history of helping talented individuals who have not taken the traditional route to university get back into learning. It was inspiring to meet so many students who have shown tremendous commitment and motivation and we are delighted that many of them will be joining us on degree programmes from September. ”

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Pictured left: Students were joined by family and friends at the evening presentation, which  was followed by an informal reception.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pictured left: Michelle Bomber receives her prize from Acting Executive Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences),  Professor Fiona Beveridge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

More information about the Go Higher programme is available at http://www.liv.ac.uk/humanities-and-social-sciences/go-higher.

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