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5 Jun 2014
Cardiff students who work, study or volunteer abroad during their time at University are more employable - that’s just one of a host of reasons why the University has unveiled its latest initiative designed to encourage students to embark on an overseas experience as part of their studies.
The new Global Opportunity Centre (GOC), which will be officially opened today (5th June) by the former MEP and Member of the House of Lords, Baroness Eluned Morgan, is a one-stop-shop offering Cardiff’s 19,000 undergraduates the latest advice and information on student mobility.
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