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東京大学公共政策大学院 | GraSPP / Graduate School of Public Policy | The university of Tokyo

 Internship 2017 ITOCHU Corporation September 4, 2017

Applications of Internship offered to GraSPP international students for ITOCHU Corporation.

 

Job post information:

 

Please refer to the internship reports for the past experiences of some of those institutions above.

http://www.pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/international-exchange/international-students-news/

 

Application Descriptions:

 

  1. Final Deadline

September 15, 2017

 

  1. Eligibility

-The applicant must be a GraSPP international student (both DD and Exchange students are eligible).

-The applicant must be a native Chinese speaker and be fluent Japanese. Some English communication skills are also desirable.

-The applicant would be preferable if they will be in the second year of GraSPP in October.

-The IMF scholar applicant will be able to apply for Government Agency (IIMA) only.

-The WB scholar applicant will be able to apply for unpaid internship only.

-The JDS scholar applicant will need to submit JICE designated application form to JICE soon after he/she is decided as an intern.

 

  1. Application Documents

a) Application Form Internships 2017 ITOCHU Corp Excel

b) CV (with your photo)

c) Statement of Interest including your self-introduction.

 

  1. Submit Application To

intl-affairs@pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Title: Internship Application 2017_ITOCHU Corp

 

  1. Selection Interview

 Selection Interview with faculty member(s) will be arranged in late September and then GraSPP will recommend the shortlisted applicants to the institution for the final selection (if any).

 Result will be announced by email from the International Affairs Office.

-Please note that the institution is guaranteed of receiving the interns.

 

  1. Things to do after shortlisted

To Do List after you get shortlisted as a GraSPP intern PDF

 

For any questions, please ask Ms. Ishikawa (intl-affairs@pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp).