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Anirudh from India

Hi all,

I would like to introduce myself as Anirudh from India. I'm currently in India. A couple of years ago I studied in the United Kingdom for two years, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I am now yearning for another beautiful adventure. I would like to live and work in Switzerland for few years. Maybe that will happen someday soon.

Love to all.

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Anirudh
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Hi all,

I would like to introduce myself as Anirudh from India. I'm currently in India. A couple of years ago I studied in the United Kingdom for two years, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I am now yearning for another beautiful adventure. I would like to live and work in Switzerland for few years. Maybe that will happen someday soon.

Love to all.

Regards,
Anirudh


Welcome and Good Luck


And btw, do not forget that places like Mulhouse/Mülhausen, St. Louis, Annemasse, Thonon, Evian, Varese, Como, Bregenz, Friedrichshafen, Konstanz, Singen, Jestetten/Lottstetten, Waldshut, Lörrach are just accross the border, and often well linked by public transport to places like Basel, Geneva, Lugano, Kreuzlingen, Schaffhausen and Zürich -- whenever being in France, Italy, Austria and Germany
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