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ThirdYearAbroad.com ThirdYearAbroad.com, May 22nd 2015, 12:33 Verified Guru

Here are some examples of employability advice that students were given to help them on their way :)

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Geoff Uptøn Geoff Uptøn, May 21st 2015, 08:11

Absolutely none. Don't go to Durham if you want careers help from staff, especially for year abroad. The placements are total wank, and if you want to try and find a good one you'll be on your own.

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