AN exhibition in Huddersfield has celebrated students who have aimed higher in education.
Students from Huddersfield Technical College who have gone on to the university and then on to professional careers have shown off their achievements.
The display formed part of the Aimhigher Project, which encourages students to move on from further to higher education.
It was organised by Jane Murphy, of the College, University and Schools Partnership (Cusp) office at the university, and presented to Val Holmes, the college's Aimhigher co-ordinator.
Ms Holmes said: "Many of our students have the ability to make a success of higher education but, for a variety of reasons, they may not see it as an option.
"Our job is to make sure we give the right support, so they can fulfil their potential."
The college is developing a number of schemes to identify and support students.
These include mentoring, campus visits, higher education summer schools, talking to higher education students and partnerships with universities to support student applications.
The Cusp unit at Huddersfield University offers a wide range of opportunities for school and college students to experience higher education.