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Internship guide


An internship is short-term on-the-job training for students at companies, public institutions and law offices. Students can find out which occupation best suits them before deciding what to do after graduation. An internship is also an effective way of deepening one's understanding of what businesses and institutions are like and what work is like. "My practical training was an invaluable experience that I couldn’t have had anywhere else"…"I got more aware than ever of the need to prepare myself for the job market"…" I was able to understand what I was and wasn't able to do, so it gave me insight into my future." Many students report having grown a great deal from their internship. 

Internship information

Internship reports (These are submitted after the internship.)

Career Support, Academic Affairs Office, Saga University Career Center
1 Honjo-machi, Saga, 840-8502
Phone: 0952-28-8497
Fax: 0952-28-8185