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Host a European trainee - Japan

Vulcanus in Japan student internship programme

Are you a company in Japan willing to host a European trainee? This programme is for you!

What is it?
“Vulcanus in Japan” is a 1-year internship programme for European engineers and science-major students, managed by the EU-Japan Centre. Every year, highly skilled and motivated Vulcanus participants are selected to undertake industrial internships in Japan for 8 months, following an intensive 4-months’ Japanese language course and seminars. Typical internship projects range in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering, ICT, Chemistry, Biotechnology and Life Sciences, Architecture, etc.
The programme consists of industrial placements for European students. 

The 2016-2017 Vulcanus programme will start from September 2016 with a Japanese language course followed by an industrial internship from January to August 2017.

Programme details in Japanese.

 

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