This short film tells the stories of two young refugee women from Somalia living in Malaysia and indicates how education has changed their lives. For different reasons primary and secondary school attendance levels among transit migrants are very low in South East Asia. When it comes to vocational and higher education attendance levels are even lower. Those wishing to continue their formal education can neither afford it nor be accepted as students into many higher education institutions due to their status. OUR (Open Universities for Refugees) is a humanitarian initiative founded to support access of forcibly displaced people into higher education, and this film suggests the value that such education has for refugee youth, especially females, in striving for a 'Happy Ending'.