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Are you a person who always received a prize in pass-the-parcel or a participation trophy for playing sport?
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Internships allow students to gain real on-the-job experience before they complete their degree. Paid or unpaid, their duration can vary from one week to one year. But what makes this experience so important? Glad you asked! Here are five reasons why internships should be a part of your university education: