Student Voices

We think it is important for new students, when choosing a school, to know what kind of students have already been enrolled. We can proudly assure you that all of our students are marvelous people. They are very serious about studying Japanese and some of them have already studied in other schools, so they know what a good school needs to offer. The backgrounds of our students are remarkable. They are pilots, flight attendants and programmers at Lufthansa, doctors, business people, translators, Japan fans and lots of university students. They really know how to enjoy Japan as you can see in our school blog. Read some of their opinions about Fukuoka and our school below.

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Lukas G. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Today our intern Lukas from Germany describes his daily routine at Gallery Moryta.

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Marius P. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Today we had the chance to talk to another intern. Marius from Germany describes his daily routine at Initiative World.

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Deniz S. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Today we had the chance to talk to another intern. Deniz from Germany describes his daily routine at Di Santo Corporation.

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Diana R. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Today we visited Mizu Trans Corporation to interview Diana from Germany who is working for the tour organizer and interpreting company.

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Lena W. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

In today’s interview, Lena from Germany talks about her internship at the fashion designer Quantize.

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Lea H. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

And we were able to interview yet another intern. This time, Lea from Germany talks about her internship at the event organizer SUiTO Fukuoka.

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Edmund G. (Intern, Australian, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Today we had the chance to talk to Edmund from Australia who worked for the export company Samurai Buyer.

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Meike R. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Today we had the chance to talk to another intern. Meike from Germany talks about her internship experiences at the trading company Nippon Tsusho.

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Stephan H. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Today another intern talks about his internship in Fukuoka. Stephan from Germany has to manage many different tasks at Team AIBOD Inc., an IT company in Fukuoka.

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Kianna B. (Intern, American, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

We had to chance to interview a young and highly motivated intern from America! Kianna talks about her experiences at English Kindergarten Wallaby.

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Jordan W. (Intern, American, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Another intern talks about his life in Fukuoka. Jordan from the United States decided on an internship at Gallery Moryta in Akasaka.

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Fabien M. (Intern, French, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Today a new intern talks about his internship. Fabien from France talks about his experiences at Fukuoka Now, a publisher in Fukuoka City.

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Kristin S. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

And again we had the chance to interview an intern! Today we asked Kristin from Germany about her experiences at Appuppu Bookstore in Daizaifu.

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Florian R. (Intern, German, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

Today we had the chance to talk to another intern. Florian R. from Germany talks about his internship experiences at Kyushu no Mura.

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Clement L. (Intern, French, 2017)

Program: Unpaid Internship

It is time again for a new intern! Clement from France tells us about his experiences at Hiroshima Co., Ltd, a beer trading company.

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