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Rob Ainsley enrolled in the University of Life at the start of the 1960 academic year. After reading Maths at Oxford, Ainsley became a journalist, and later read music at Goldsmith’s College, London
Emma Smith began her writing career at the early age of 15 and ¾ when she appointed herself co-editor of the acclaimed Latimer & Smith. Emma graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2012 clutching a wholly unexpected degree in English.