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Physiotherapy student Itzel Butron came from Mexico to study in Pori

Itzel Butron says that culture is totally different, but it's worth coming.

4.1.2017 | By: Sanna Myllymäki

Itzel Butron says that she has learned a lot in her studies. She says that studying is much more relaxed here, but still you get much more information. Look for more from the video.

 

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4.1.2017 | By: Sanna Myllymäki

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