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Croydon University Centre students who are currently studying Public Health and Social Care are invited to attend an inspiring virtual talk with alumni James Farmer on Wednesday 3 March at 1pm.

James studied at Croydon University Centre between 2014 and 2017, and achieved a First Honours Degree in Public Health and Social Care. He will be returning to the University Centre virtually to talk to current students about their career options.

 

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