Global Internship is a program in curriculum for the minor course of Science and Technology for Global Leaders. In the program, students are dispatched to corporations, research institutions, and universities home and abroad to experience long-term internship.
The program has two courses, “Global InternshipⅠ” (3-6 months) and “Global InternshipⅡ” (6-12 months). In this session, three students will give presentations on their reports in English (one for “Global InternshipⅠ”, and two for “Global InternshipⅡ”).
Anyone interested in the program is welcome to join.
|Date & Time|
|Fri. November 10, 2017 12:00-12:55|
|Graduate School of Humanities & Sciences Building R604|
|12:00-12:05 Opening Remarks
12:05-12:20 Yuko Caballero (D1, Food and Nutritional Sciences, Life Sciences)
Destination: Japan America Society of Southern California (U.S.A.)
12:20-12:35 Nguyen Thi Doan Trang (M2, Human-Environmental Science, Life Sciences)
Destination: Technical University of Dresden (Germany)
12:35-12:50 Kanako Enoyoshi (D2, Mathematics, Advanced Sciences)
Destination: Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation (Japan)
12:50-12:55 Closing Remarks
|Anyone interested in our Global Internship program|
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