Internship opportunities in Japan for FPT University students

From 1 July to 30 August 2019, FPT University students will have the opportunity to practice in Japan within the framework of the 32nd Pasona International Exchange Program.

Pasona International Exchange Program 2019 continues to be operated nationwide for undergraduate and graduate students in all Vietnamese universities. This is a rare opportunity to learn and experience new things for students who have good Japanese skills and strong determination.

Many training activities are organized within the framework of the program. According to the survey, 100% of trainees were satisfied with what Pasona 2018 brought. Image source: Internet.

During the program, students will be trained to work in a Japanese company in Tokyo or Osaka through various events such as training business style, opening speech, cultural exchange event, final lecture and farewell party. Especially, students will have chance to interact with trainees from nine countries and territories in the world including Vietnam, USA, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, India, and South Korea.

The tuition fee for students to join the program is 120,000 Yen (~USD 1,080) per month including airfare, travel and accommodation costs. Students will pay for their living expenses.

Interested candidates can register here.

Pasona Group established the program in 1988 as part of CSR activities to give exemplary university students from overseas the opportunity to attain business experiences in Japan. Next year marks the 30th year of the program. Until 2018, 482 foreign students have received training at approximately 130 companies through the program.

Over the course of approximately two months, the program offers participating students a chance to gain valuable business skills at their respective host companies, experiencing Japanese culture and mingling with students from many different backgrounds in the process.

Through the program, Pasona Group hopes not only to provide experiences that will deepen the students’ understandings of Japanese society, business, and culture, allowing them to serve as bridges between Japan and their home countries, but also to contribute to the further development of Japanese businesses.