Hyeon

Abdullah

Tory arrived in the UK speaking no English. He's now a Computer Science graduate.

Tory

Tamana and Louise

Working with a mentor helped Tamana with her English and her sense of belonging.

Aarash

Hamid

Mariama

Theodore

Abbas

Diwa

Zahida

I come from North Korea. I travelled here alone. I want to become a doctor.

Abdullah escaped his village when it was taken over by the Taliban.

Education opens doors and clears your way. It's like walking from darkness into light.

Mariama arrived in the UK in 2016 and wants to one day be a police officer.

Hamid's immigration status made it hard for him to study. Now he has a degree in Aeronautical Engineering. 

Theo is from the DRC and arrived in the UK when he was 14.

Abbas needed help with GCSE English. REUK matched him with a mentor, Diya, who also come to the UK as a refugee.

My name is Diwa and I come from Aghanistan. With my education, I have lots of stories. I want to mention some of them. 

We were trying to raise our voice for hundreds and thousands of Afghan girls who dream of education but they still could not go to school.

Salma

Education has helped Salma overcome the hurdles she faced and to succeed and lead at university.

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