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The life of an intern at Magnet.me

It’s true what they say - time flies when you’re having fun… I mean working hard

After 12 months of being on placement at Magnet.me it’s hard to find the right words to summarise everything. Let’s start at the beginning. I’m still not really sure how I ended up here to be honest. A lucky message at the right time through the Magnet.me website, like “Heeeey I’m totally down to work for you guys if any non-dutch speaking roles come up”...

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My year as a Campus Manager

Looking back upon the year, there is one thing that can be said: it has gone by in a whirlwind. I still remember receiving an invite to attend the Magnet.me 5-year anniversary almost a year ago, like it was yesterday. Before the trip I was overcome with emotions, giddiness about meeting new people, as well as nervous about what the year as Campus Manager would entail.

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4 tips to help you keep your chill while relocating for an Internship!

Moving abroad is always fun, and moving abroad for your career is no exception! Sure it may take a bit of courage and good load of determination... but it’s going to be one hell of an experience! So, are you finding yourself about to move abroad for the next step in your career, with a few more butterflies than you were hoping for? Don’t worry, we have 4 easy tips to help ease your nerves.

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2017: Our year in numbers

2017 has been one cra-zy year: the inauguration of Donald Trump, Jeff Bezos overtook Bill Gates as the richest man in the world … for 4 hours, and in the first race between driverless cars one crashed and the other nearly ran over a dog. Despite this, 2017 has been a fantastic year for us. Here at Magnet.me HQ, we’ve looked back at the past year and translated into a 17 numbers that made our year

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5 tips to make law school more bearable

As all you law students know, law school is known to be challenging (and for many the closest thing to hell). But fear not, with these tips the countless library seshes and the reading of millions of cases may become just a bit a little more bearable!

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