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Thope that manymore students ke me are abto transform lives and improveHere in Devon, the Universityof Exeter is working hard to ought thot I might notensure that everyone withthe potential to beneft from would have to struggle to findhigher education can have an work thot I could fit in aroundopportunity to do so.Sfo everyone.be to benefit in this woy, regardlessoble to come to university otofhbockgyound.Our young peoples' futureYour support can make ahuge dfference to the nextgeneration. Lean more andget involved at exeter.ac.ukexceptionalshould not be dictated by a pastmy timetable and not be able tomake the most of universty thycnot influence.To be awarded the scholarship felt like a dream and as if a weight bad been lifted off my shoulders.UNIVERSITY OFMAKING THEEXCEPTIONAHAPPENEXETERWhat will your legacy be?Disadvantaged young people are nearlyseven times less likely to attend a topuniversity than the most privileged.At the University of Exeter we wanteveryone to realise their potentialTogether we can help young peoplebackgrounds. Leave a gift in your Will.of allHelp us make the exceptional happen:legacies@exeter.ac.uk 01392 723141www.exeter.ac.uk/legacyFR FUNDRAISNGREGULATORLegacies to charity may reduce the inheritance tax bill for your beneficiariesExempt Chry X9538 t Making dreams a reality at Exeter: Elizabeth's story... Elizabeth grew up in care. She is now pursuing her dream of becoming a doctor thanks to a scholarship at the University of Exeter As scomeone who hasbnfted Initiatives at Eieterinclude ady for too many yourg Elkizabeth, who is studying designed pre and post-16 pathway people around the country. medioine. grew up in the care from a programme d programmes in dsadvantaged areas, summer schools schemes to support care dreams are al they have. system and is now pursuing Despite the fact that almost hal of all 18 year olds in England are now entering higher education, the most disadvantaged young people m are neary seven times less to widen portopation in higher education, I have been motvated to work as an ombassodor to help other leavers and disabled students studenits become awore df dccess routes in to medical her dream of becorming a doctor Getting confirmation of my ploce ot Exeter to study medicine was a very exciting moment, but even though I hod and also scholarships to help bright students who would otherwise struggle to attend and versty. school My scholarship has dlreody been lfe chorging been studying hard to achev ill continue to be sIprogress Pa schemes and my place it wassi inbt, ough my degree anolyscholarships have the power / wos unsure ifI could be able to afford to cover the costs than those from more privileged backgrounds. as a doctor. Thope that many more students ke me are abto transform lives and improve Here in Devon, the University of Exeter is working hard to ought thot I might not ensure that everyone with the potential to beneft from would have to struggle to find higher education can have an work thot I could fit in around opportunity to do so. Sfo everyone. be to benefit in this woy, regardless oble to come to university ot ofh bockgyound. Our young peoples' future Your support can make a huge dfference to the next generation. Lean more and get involved at exeter.ac.uk exceptional should not be dictated by a past my timetable and not be able to make the most of universty thycnot influence. To be awarded the scholarship felt like a dream and as if a weight bad been lifted off my shoulders. UNIVERSITY OF MAKING THE EXCEPTIONA HAPPEN EXETER What will your legacy be? Disadvantaged young people are nearly seven times less likely to attend a top university than the most privileged. At the University of Exeter we want everyone to realise their potential Together we can help young people backgrounds. Leave a gift in your Will. of all Help us make the exceptional happen: legacies@exeter.ac.uk 01392 723141 www.exeter.ac.uk/legacy FR FUNDRAISNG REGULATOR Legacies to charity may reduce the inheritance tax bill for your beneficiaries Exempt Chry X9538

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t Making dreams a reality at Exeter: Elizabeth's story... Elizabeth grew up in care. She is now pursuing her dream of becoming a doctor thanks to a scholarship at the University of Exeter As scomeone who hasbnfted Initiatives at Eieterinclude ady for too many yourg Elkizabeth, who is studying designed pre and post-16 pathway people around the country. medioine. grew up in the care from a programme d programmes in dsadvantaged areas, summer schools schemes to support care dreams are al they have. system and is now pursuing Despite the fact that almost hal of all 18 year olds in England are now entering higher education, the most disadvantaged young people m are neary seven times less to widen portopation in higher education, I have been motvated to work as an ombassodor to help other leavers and disabled students studenits become awore df dccess routes in to medical her dream of becorming a doctor Getting confirmation of my ploce ot Exeter to study medicine was a very exciting moment, but even though I hod and also scholarships to help bright students who would otherwise struggle to attend and versty. school My scholarship has dlreody been lfe chorging been studying hard to achev ill continue to be sIprogress Pa schemes and my place it wassi inbt, ough my degree anolyscholarships have the power / wos unsure ifI could be able to afford to cover the costs than those from more privileged backgrounds. as a doctor. Thope that many more students ke me are abto transform lives and improve Here in Devon, the University of Exeter is working hard to ought thot I might not ensure that everyone with the potential to beneft from would have to struggle to find higher education can have an work thot I could fit in around opportunity to do so. Sfo everyone. be to benefit in this woy, regardless oble to come to university ot ofh bockgyound. Our young peoples' future Your support can make a huge dfference to the next generation. Lean more and get involved at exeter.ac.uk exceptional should not be dictated by a past my timetable and not be able to make the most of universty thycnot influence. To be awarded the scholarship felt like a dream and as if a weight bad been lifted off my shoulders. UNIVERSITY OF MAKING THE EXCEPTIONA HAPPEN EXETER What will your legacy be? Disadvantaged young people are nearly seven times less likely to attend a top university than the most privileged. At the University of Exeter we want everyone to realise their potential Together we can help young people backgrounds. Leave a gift in your Will. of all Help us make the exceptional happen: legacies@exeter.ac.uk 01392 723141 www.exeter.ac.uk/legacy FR FUNDRAISNG REGULATOR Legacies to charity may reduce the inheritance tax bill for your beneficiaries Exempt Chry X9538 t Making dreams a reality at Exeter: Elizabeth's story... Elizabeth grew up in care. She is now pursuing her dream of becoming a doctor thanks to a scholarship at the University of Exeter As scomeone who hasbnfted Initiatives at Eieterinclude ady for too many yourg Elkizabeth, who is studying designed pre and post-16 pathway people around the country. medioine. grew up in the care from a programme d programmes in dsadvantaged areas, summer schools schemes to support care dreams are al they have. system and is now pursuing Despite the fact that almost hal of all 18 year olds in England are now entering higher education, the most disadvantaged young people m are neary seven times less to widen portopation in higher education, I have been motvated to work as an ombassodor to help other leavers and disabled students studenits become awore df dccess routes in to medical her dream of becorming a doctor Getting confirmation of my ploce ot Exeter to study medicine was a very exciting moment, but even though I hod and also scholarships to help bright students who would otherwise struggle to attend and versty. school My scholarship has dlreody been lfe chorging been studying hard to achev ill continue to be sIprogress Pa schemes and my place it wassi inbt, ough my degree anolyscholarships have the power / wos unsure ifI could be able to afford to cover the costs than those from more privileged backgrounds. as a doctor. Thope that many more students ke me are abto transform lives and improve Here in Devon, the University of Exeter is working hard to ought thot I might not ensure that everyone with the potential to beneft from would have to struggle to find higher education can have an work thot I could fit in around opportunity to do so. Sfo everyone. be to benefit in this woy, regardless oble to come to university ot ofh bockgyound. Our young peoples' future Your support can make a huge dfference to the next generation. Lean more and get involved at exeter.ac.uk exceptional should not be dictated by a past my timetable and not be able to make the most of universty thycnot influence. To be awarded the scholarship felt like a dream and as if a weight bad been lifted off my shoulders. UNIVERSITY OF MAKING THE EXCEPTIONA HAPPEN EXETER What will your legacy be? Disadvantaged young people are nearly seven times less likely to attend a top university than the most privileged. At the University of Exeter we want everyone to realise their potential Together we can help young people backgrounds. Leave a gift in your Will. of all Help us make the exceptional happen: legacies@exeter.ac.uk 01392 723141 www.exeter.ac.uk/legacy FR FUNDRAISNG REGULATOR Legacies to charity may reduce the inheritance tax bill for your beneficiaries Exempt Chry X9538

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