Vulcanus in Europe - Call for applications for the attention of EU companies

Strengthen your R&D team & open your doors to Japan, through hosting a Japanese trainee.
Through VULCANUS in EUROPE programme, EU-based companies / research centres / etc., can offer Japanese trainees an 8-month internship in R&D, within their company (August 2017 - March 2018).
EU company's advantages: a valuable addition to the R&D workforce and an insight into the Japanese culture, extremely useful for successful business with Japan.

The trainees come from leading Japanese universities and are students in engineering, biology, or other scientific & high-tech fields. They will be able to communicate in the EU company's local language.

Session 2017-2018 - Industrial placement from August 2017 for 8 months.
Application deadline: 23 September 2016
More information/costs & application form
Contact: Margherita Rosada on +32 2 282 3715 or by e-mail: vulcanus@eu-japan.eu

 

 

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