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Stipend i japansk språk og kultur (Japanese studies students)

Søknadsfrist: 17 Februar Stipendet løper i ett år og går til studier i japansk språk og kultur på bachelornivå ved et universitet i Japan. Søkere må lese søknadsveiledningen nedenfor nøye. Dokumentet inneholder detaljerte opplysninger om krav til søkeren og hva søknaden skal inneholde. Søknaden skal sendes til Japans ambassade i Norge, Haakon VIIs gate 9,(…)

KIFEE is strengthening research and education cooperation through INTPART

KIFEE is strengthening research and education cooperation through INTPART

    Inspired by the Kyoto Protocol the Japanese-Norwegian research and education network “Kyoto International Forum for Environment and Energy” (KIFEE) was established in 2004. It has since then been an important arena for strengthening the strategic cooperation between our two countries for providing new solutions to build a sustainable future. KIFEE has recently received funds through(…)

Need work experience in Japan? GTEKS is searching for an intern!

Need work experience in Japan? GTEKS is searching for an intern!

GTEKS, a global talent search firm located in Japan, is looking for an intern. Are you interested? Keep reading! GTEKS is looking for a person that is capable of doing the following tasks: Making phone calls to candidates to confirm CV details and interests Calling and/or meeting candidates to explain job descriptions Setting up job(…)

To ledige praktikantplasser for norske studenter ved ambassaden i Tokyo for høstsemesteret 2016

To ledige praktikantplasser for norske studenter ved ambassaden i Tokyo for høstsemesteret 2016

Som praktikant ved den norske ambassaden i Tokyo, Japan, vil du opparbeide deg uvurderlig arbeidserfaring! Arbeidsoppgaver omfatter bl.a. politisk og økonomisk informasjonsinnhenting og rapportering, oppgaver relatert til kultursamarbeid, informasjonsarbeid, administrasjon m.m. Tiltredelse er tidlig september 2016. Praksisperioden vil vare ut januar 2017, totalt fem måneder. Søknadsfrist: fredag 8. april 2016 For mer informasjon og hvordan(…)

Stipendiatstilling ved Innovasjon Norges kontor i Tokyo for høsten 2016

Stipendiatstilling ved Innovasjon Norges kontor i Tokyo for høsten 2016

Innovasjon Norges Tokyo kontor vil på vegne av SIU for høsten 2016 engasjere en stipendiat til å arbeide med å styrke det norsk-japanske utdanningssamarbeidet. Gjennom denne stipendiatstillingen tilbys norske studenter praksisplass for en periode på maksimum 6 måneder. Målsettingen er å gi stipendiaten innblikk i hvordan norske utdanningsinstitusjoner arbeider med å fremme utdanningssamarbeid internasjonalt samt(…)

NorAlumni Japan Gathering on June 10th

NorAlumni Japan Gathering on June 10th

How do you prepare yourself for an international career? Where do you start? On June 10th, a NorAlumni Japan gathering will be held at the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo covering this topic. International students with a “Global mindset” are increasingly attractive to companies that are in the process of improving their competitiveness in demanding(…)

Students met Innovation Norway’s CEO at the Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo

Students met Innovation Norway’s CEO at the Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo

Innovation Norway in Tokyo was lucky enough to receive Anita Krohn Traaseth, CEO of Innovation Norway, as a visitor last week. During her visit, we invited 12 students to meet Traaseth to talk about importance of international knowledge and internships. A diverse group of Norwegian and Japanese students attended, everything from exchange or fulltime bachelor, master and PhD(…)

Passionate juggling

Passionate juggling

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(…)

Doctoral Research Fellowship in Japanese Studies at the University of Oslo

A PhD Research Fellowship in Japanese Studies is available at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages (IKOS), University of Oslo. IKOS seeks to recruit a PhD candidate with excellent research qualifications who will investigate issues of heritagisation in contemporary Japan. The successful applicant will address issues related to the project Sacred heritage? Secularisation,(…)

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