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13 Dec 2010 - 13 Oct 2014
"The advice I recieved from my colleagues helped me set my mind on some very important things about my future. It was an impressive experience."
Mira Yacoub, 2010 intern based in Dubai
"The things I have enjoyed the most are the level of responsibility we are given, exposure to the company leaders and the variety of projects we are working on."
Mateo Blumer, 2010 intern based in London
"The hands-on approach of the internship meant it was very important to be proactive and to throw myself into every task."
Marianne Parkinson, 2010 intern based in Paris
"This internship broadened my view and understanding of world issues, something I wouldn't have experienced anywhere else."
Lenina Mortimer, 2010 intern based in New York
“Internships you will be proud to talk about and employers will be impressed to hear about."
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