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Has anyone used 'Year In Industry' to get themselves a placement whilst at uni?

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    Im currently studying Chem Eng at university and I have just finished my first year. I am going into second year, so need to start looking for placements to apply for to undertake in 2017 summer.

    Just wondering If anyone has used 'Year In Industry' In order to help them find a university placement. Just wondering If it is worth it, or will I be able to personally apply to all the placements they would offer me through my own research/university.

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