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Burngreave residents Suria Saleh, Sagr Abdullafeheh Ali Al-Afif and Farana Akhtar have graduated from Sheffield Hallam University. They set the agenda by encouraging students from all ages and backgrounds to consider higher education as an option.

For more profiles and case studies, visit the Aimhigher Graduation Project website.

Sheffield Hallam University encourages students of all ages and backgrounds to consider higher education as an option. For more information, see the website or call us on 0114 225 5555.

Farana Akhtar

Farana is 28 and took her degree while working as a lab assistant at the NHS Blood and Transplant Service in Longley.

Sagr Abdullafeheh Ali Al-Afif

Sagr has graduated in Information Technology Networks at Sheffield Hallam University.

Suria Saleh

Suria Saleh enrolled at Sheffield Hallam University in September 2006 to do a PGCE/CertEd, and graduated last year ready to continue her role as a teacher at the Yemeni Community Association.

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