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Living in Kuala Lumpur: Nice flat, great pool and five minutes from uni

For Mihika Deb, the exchange started off as a rollercoaster ride with a lot of frustration and time spent trying to get her passport stamped properly. But on the other hand, she didn’t have any problems finding a great flat. Lean back and enjoy Mihika’s video as she takes you on a tour of her university and her home.

Go on exchange |   31. Oct 2018

Mihika Deb

Student Reporter

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