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Alumniblog: His dream job with his favourite basketball club, and other paths in life

Yannai Barak wanted to be physiotherapist. There would have been many opportunities to study in his home country Israel, so why and how he ended up studying in SAMK?

He works as Head Physiotherapist for his all-time-favourite Hapoel Jerusalem Basketball Club (2014/15 Israeli Champions) since 2014. What does he write about the big choices in his life.  Read his article in our alumni blog.

10.1.2017 | By: Anne Sankari | Photo: Yannai Barak

Yannai Barak has worked in Hapoel Jerusalem Basketball Club since 2010 as junior physiotherapist, and moved into senior position in 2014. The club was the 2014/15 Israeli Champions.
Yannai Barak has worked in Hapoel Jerusalem Basketball Club since 2010 as junior physiotherapist, and moved into senior position in 2014. The club was the 2014/15 Israeli Champions.

10.1.2017 | By: Anne Sankari | Photo: Yannai Barak

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