Career development for graduates of Japanese Universities : What can be learned from a model case

More and more international students are choosing to study at Japanese universities in recent years. Traditionally the universities in English speaking countries such as the USA, the UK, and Australia are popular destinations for international students to study abroad.  But only limited international students with the financial means can study at the prestigious universities of these countries, as their tuitions and accommodation cost are almost...

Our future with quantum computers vol.2 – Interview with Terabe Masayoshi

-What kind of attitudes should the students, including the international students in Japan, take toward their studies? I want to make it clear that it is my opinion, but I want them to be the people who can create something that only they can do. In order to be this kind of person, I think it is very important to make your own field combining...

Our future with quantum computers vol.1 – An Interview with Terabe Masayoshi

Today, we interviewed with Terabe Masayoshi, who is the author of  “Our future that quantum computers change”. He is the leading person of practical use of quantum computing field. In 2007 he obtained a master’s degree in quantum technology.Since 2007, he worked in auto industry and dedicated to onboard communication development, standardization acts in Germany, and sensing technology development for autonomous cars. He is also...

Amabie Providing Hope in Coronavirus

As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Japan and around the world it is difficult to know when and how life will return to normal. In some ways, we have started returning to a more traditional way of living with no flights, staying home and spending lots of time with family. In Japan, some people have turned to a traditional Japanese legendary creature – Amabie...

Keeping positive during the coronavirus crisis

The coronavirus has spread throughout the world, infecting a staggering number of people, causing financial hardships to many people, and changing the way we all live our daily lives with no end in sight. Just this past week, much loved Japanese comedian Ken Shimura passed away after contracting COVID-19, and Prime Minister Abe declared a month-long state of emergency in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Osaka,...

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