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  • Paper Plane offers career courses Down Under
  • Paper Plane offers career courses Down Under
    Nicki Mannix (2013) ©

Paper Plane offers career courses Down Under

Australia is dominating the educational landscape, despite being one of the most expensive countries to study in. Now, sydney start-up, Paper Plane is offering career-hungry students an alternative to traditional education with online, project-based internships – all at real companies.



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