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Skill up with free courses at City Unrulyversity

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11:15 AM | 2 May 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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This is Tech City's free pop-up university. An amazing chance to learn some really useful stuff, including marketing and media skills, in the heart of Shoreditch.

Sometimes something comes along that you just didn't know how much you wanted until it existed like the internet, smart phones and collecting all the Pokemon.

City Unrulyversity is another of these things. A free pop-up university in the heart of Shoreditch created by Unruly and City University London. They run sessions on a vast array of useful things. Too many to list here but marketing, design, start-ups, social media, mobile and the latest technology are just some of the topics covered. Head on over to the City Unrulyversity itinerary and see for yourself.

Most sessions take place in the evening so you can stop by after work. Or if you're a student, you can cheat on your own university with this younger, sexier one that doesn't charge you to visit it.

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