Developed in 2009, the UQ Young Achievers Program supports the tertiary study and career aspirations of motivated secondary school students from low-income families who might not otherwise have access to university. Key activities include mentoring; on-campus experiences; information on university study options, pathways and application processes; opportunities for personal growth; and financial assistance. Since 2009, more than 480 Young Achievers have been supported by the programme, which shows a high level of success in facilitating participation in higher education of students from low-socio-economic backgrounds.
0 0 antonycamilleri http://qalead.eu/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/05/04-QA-LEAD.png antonycamilleri2014-11-19 11:18:242014-11-19 11:18:24UQ Young Achievers Program (UQYAP)
0 0 antonycamilleri http://qalead.eu/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/05/04-QA-LEAD.png antonycamilleri2014-11-19 11:09:522014-11-19 11:09:52PASS (Peer Assisted Study Support) at Queen Mary
Through a system of mentoring, students who have difficulty with harder subjects are assisted by students who have already successfully completed the course.