ULIS organized the introduction of internship program in Okinawa, Japan
On October 5th, 2016, University of Languages and International Studies – Vietnam National University, Hanoi (ULIS – VNU) coordinated with Intern Support Association in Okinawa, Japan to organize the introduction of internship program in Japan.
The event was attended by ULIS’s Vice-President Ngo Minh Thuy, Head of Department of Politics & Students Affairs Vu Van Hai, Vice-Dean of Faculty of Japanese Language and Culture (FJLC) Than Thi Kim Tuyen, representatives from Intern Support Association in Okinawa, Japan and students of FJLC.
Within the framework of cooperation agreement signed between ULIS and Japan Internship Association in 2016, the internship program in Okinawa, Japan is an activity paid priority by ULIS and FJLC. Tentatively, ULIS will send 20 students to Okinawa for internship, departing at the end of December, 2016 or January, 2017.
Taking part in this program, students will do some jobs related to hotel services in Okinawa, a famous island of tourism. In the internship time, students will be offered the same salary as Japanese staff and classes on communication culture, tourism and services of Japan as well as free visits to tourist attractions every month.
The event attracted many students from FJLC and other faculties. Through the introduction of the representative from the Intern Support Association in Okinawa, Japan, students got more knowledge and information about this high-quality program.
Addressing at the event, Ms. Thuy affirmed that this was a precious opportunity for students from FJLC to improve their Japanese competency and learn the Japanese working style as well as many soft skills for their future jobs. Upon completing this program, students can come back to Vietnam and resume their study at ULIS. After graduating, they will be offered opportunities to work for hotels in Japan.
Meanwhile, representatives from the Intern Support Association in Okinawa, Japan presented a lot of interesting information about nature and landscapes of Okinawa in general and its tourism in particular. Students seemed to be attracted by the lively presentation with many practical demonstrations.