After a year as a high school student in Alta Saki Okuda decided to come back to Norway. The reason for that was a wish to learn more about the language and culture. Now, Saki has spent almost five years in Norway, lately as a master’s student in Social Communication at the University of Agder(…)
In focus: Student in Japan
Welcome to the place where students tell you about their own personal experiences in Japan. Enjoy reading, and feel free to take to heart what various advice students give through these interviews.
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Job hunting in Japan can be daunting. Stories about over-worked Salarimen and so called black companies are told at every Izakaya, and can discourage even the bravest of us. Jeanett Ødegård Thomsen is currently completing her masters in Global communication with a focus on PR at Akita International University. After completing her master’s degree she(…)
Passion is often equated with a single-minded devotion to a particular discipline, but surely many a student has discovered that it is often not so: one can be passionate about many things simultaneously, which makes life a puzzle of how to combine or juggle them. For Synne Olsen, currently Sponsorship Team Leader in Plan International(…)
Japan is a country that has mesmerized many through the years. Numerous foreigners have let themselves be captivated by an unfamiliar language and culture, of which much can be owed to the country’s successful cultural exports, its marketing strategy, and involvement in other diverse industries and businesses on a world-wide basis. As such, it is(…)