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My advertising journey

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13:15 PM | 1 June 2013

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Noviana Mona Chandra an advertising student from Bournemouth Uni talks about her experiences of learning the industry ways.

"From this point onwards, you will breathe advertising, live advertising." 

Those are the exact first words my lecturer said to us advertising students last year in our introductory lecture. Pretty daunting for someone who was just about to start learning what the advertising industry is about. There are so many things to learn about the industry, I didn't know where to start. Luckily, my lecturer must have known that this was how we felt, and assigned us our first assignment – 'Hero of advertising'. This got the ball rolling for me.

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