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Teagan & Marie, Creative Duo

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10:09 AM | 5 March 2014

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Creatives Teagan & Marie, from the University of Lincoln, talk to us about their experiences trying to land a job in advertising and why you should hire them.

We caught up with creative partnership Teagan & Marie (full names Teagan Robinson and Marie Kay Foster), who currently are studying at Lincoln Creative Advertising to share some interesting notes about their journey so far to finding a job in the advertising industry. On behalf of the duo, Teagan opted to answer the questions.

Tell us about your education

Marie did a foundation in art and design specialising in jewellery at Central St Martins. Whilst Teagan was completing a multimedia course in Nottinghamshire. Now we are both in our final year at The University of Lincoln studying Creative Advertising. 

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