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University Graduates Staying In Dorset

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Published at 8:38am 10th December 2014.

More and more graduates from Bournemouth University are bringing their skills to Dorset by staying local when finding their first jobs.

Graduates from a range of courses are choosing to start their careers in the county saying good opportunities, friendly communities and great beaches are some of the reasons they have decided to stay.

Professor John Vinney, Vice-Chancellor at Bournemouth University said: "It is particularly good to see so many of our graduates remaining and working in Dorset, continuing to contribute to our local society and economy."

Students studying everything from multimedia journalism to event management have gone on to get successful jobs in Dorset.

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