Teen mum at uni: 'You can do both'
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What’s it like to be a teenage mother at university?

Rashael sat her A-levels when she was eight months pregnant. She picked up A*AAA in one hand and 12-day old son Rasharn in the other. Five years later, the now 23-year-old has graduated from university and has a bright future ahead of her, as a solicitor.

From night feeds during freshers week, to writing essays with the terrible twos, Rashael sheds light on what it’s like to be a single, teenage parent at university in the UK.

  • 25 Oct 2017
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