Week two of our ‘ways of seeing’ module saw us receiving a brief detailing a pressure project based around student funding at the University. In our reading groups, we were asked to come up with a protest campaign fighting for more information around what funding is available to international students who come to study here. As we are all home students, my group felt a little unknowledgeable on the subject. Seeking out the Student Funding office to gain more information on the subject was our next steps in the development of our protest. We were shocked to hear that legally, the university cannot give any foreign students funding, for fear of jeopardising their visa conditions. It made me feel incredibly fortunate to have access to the support and funding that I do as a home student here in Dundee. Feeling well informed on the issue following our discussion with Sharon Sweeney, we reported back to the rest of our group. Instead of protesting about the lack of funding that the university provides for these international students, which many of the groups planned to do, we decided to aim our protest more to those out-with the university, who could do something about the issue. I felt glad that we had taken the initiative to speak to the Student Funding office, as it meant we didn’t make the mistake of aiming our protest towards the university, who can do nothing about the lack of funding provided for the students. Choosing colours that the funding department associate themselves with, we made a clear and to the point collection of posters. Using the phrase “Invest in every future” to get our point across was really striking, detailing the unfairness around the issue of funding depending on where you have come from. The fact is that we are all students of the University of Dundee and we should all have access to funds that allow us to stay here and expand our educations.