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Calling all Bournemouth Students! 5 Reasons why you shouldn't miss our event

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9:44 AM | 3 April 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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We're heading to Bournemouth University on Tuesday, 23rd April and here's why you'd be a fool not to attend.

We're heading to Bournemouth University on Tuesday, 23rd April and here's why you'd be a fool not to attend (to make this trip possible we've partnered with recruiter Superstars. Check them out for some great opportunities).

1. Amazing and free

We know, we know. Exams, dissertation, hangover, blah, blah blah. We've been there. But trust us when we say that these kind of events won't often be available to you at the low, low price of free once you leave uni. Stop making excuses and make the most of them now because something like this could cost you well over £100 after you graduate. You'll also stop getting free McDonald's burgers - prepare yourselves!

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