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Locked up and learning: prisoners the new model uni students

At a glance, Robert Buckley doesn't seem that atypical for a student. He is mature-aged, having only commenced study after a career in the army, and has almost completed a five-year double degree in Engineering and Business. Buckley's striking difference, however, is that he began studying while behind bars.

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