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Monday January 12th, 2015

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INTERNational Program: ready for take off!

For today’s students and graduates upward mobility is invaluable, so why not join the INTERNational Program? For the second year running, students and graduates can travel abroad to work for a Bouygues Construction subsidiary on a placement or through the French “VIE” business volunteers programme. The programme is open to applications as of today. What […]

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