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IPA Ad School deadline 12th April – apply now

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11:54 AM | 5 April 2013

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The IPA Ad School is a fantastic and unique opportunity to connect with the advertising industry.

The IPA Ad School is a fantastic and unique opportunity to connect with the advertising industry.

        It offers you a combination of the following:

        • Work experience in a leading London agency.
        • Evening sessions with some of the best practitioners in the industry.
        • A group project with other students working on a brief, which will be pitched to judges at graduation.

        The deadline for applications is very very soon… The 12th April! So hurry up and put some time towards applying for either the Client Services / Planning programme, the Creative programme or the Search programme. You can even apply for all three if you want 

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