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Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (JET) – campus presentation Wedesday 29th October


Will you hold a degree in any discipline by July 2015? Are you a UK passport holder*? Are you looking to have an unforgettable experience and add an international dimension to your CV? If so, the JET programme offers a unique opportunity…

The JET Programme is an official Japanese Government scheme which sends graduates to Japan for a minimum of 12 months to promote international understanding and improve foreign language teaching in schools. To find out more come along to our presentation! This is an official Japanese Government scheme – UK participants are assigned to be either Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) helping to teach English in the classroom, or Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs) who work in local government offices (Japanese language ability essential for CIR position). All positions are salaried and include return air fare to Japan.

At this presentation you will be able to hear a former JET participant speak about their experience working and living in Japan, and also participate in a question and answer session with a representative from the Japanese Consulate.

When: Wednesday 29th October 2014

Where: M228, George Moore Building

Time: 1pm – 2pm

For more informatio click here.

Places are limited so please book to reserve your place (if you have not already registered to use our system, click on the Register Now button before trying to reserve your place).

*Non UK nationals must apply through the Japanese embassy or consulate in the country of their nationality.

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