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Unis are helping asylum seekers and refugees where the government isn’t

As a Master of Information Systems and Technology student at Curtin University, Muhammad Majid, 28, was so poor he couldn't afford textbooks. He would either borrow them from the library – if they weren't  already borrowed by someone else, or try to find a friend to study with. He didn't have a laptop either - so he would stay late after class to study at the library. Despite this, he never scored below 70 per cent in a subject.

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