I studied Journalism. It was very challenging, I had many barriers and I faced a lot of discrimination at uni. They didn’t know anything about deafblind people, so I had to educate them a lot. Uni has given me more confidence and it’s helping me to help other people as well. Now I’m starting a Masters and when that’s finished maybe I’ll do a PhD, if I’m crazy enough. I know it will be a challenge for me but I’m very excited about my new study and the new opportunities it’s going to give me. Getting that degree was such a wonderful feeling, like I was so proud of myself that I had got that achievement, that I wasn’t a failure and I didn’t quit and I just kept persevering, you know. I had good days and bad days but I just kept going through because I had great support of friends and professionals that got me through it. I was so excited during my last day. Oh, I was jumping up and down! I had two exams and when they were done, I was dancing around my room. I was crying I was so happy and so relieved that it was over. That three and a half years is done. All that work and the late nights that I put in, it was all worth it. I am very proud of myself. I did finish my degree. I did achieve that.