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Michael Brunot

Coming here I didn't know what to expect, but whatever expectations I had they were blown out of the water.

Northumbria made me feel so welcome and the trips and the planning of everything was awesome. The three weeks I spent with the group was amazing, we got along much better then what I expected. This experience has been the best time in my life.

I know I have made great friendship here and we will definitely be staying in touch - really sad that the programme is over, but the memories stay forever.

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