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Last year of uni a.k.a The end of dreams.

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10:00 AM | 19 August 2015
by Tom Carter
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Tom Carter an advertising student at Falmouth University shares his thoughts on the prospect of finishing his final year in university.

I have milked the education system. In a completely wholesome and positive way of course. Two years at college living with Mum, two years at art college living away from home and once completed, a whopping four years at university including an Erasmus exchange with a 'gap year' squeezed in there too. It’s been awesome, a real adventure but soon, that is all to change.

Despite my time studying I’m still one of those annoyingly ambiguous classmates, you know the ones, ‘well I’m not entirely sure if I even want to go into (insert career path here)’, because, well I really don’t.

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