International Internship in Engineering 2

Numbering Code G-ENG90 8i011 PE20 Year/Term 2021 ・ Intensive, year-round
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Practical training
Target Year Target Student
Language English Day/Period Intensive
Instructor name NISHIKAWA MIKAKO (Graduate School of Engineering Senior Lecturer)
Outline and Purpose of the Course By registering and completing the course requirement, one may receive academic credit from participating in an internship program or related activities overseas. Two credits will be awarded for those who spent abroad more than three months.
Course Goals The course is intended to encourage students to acquire both the skills (e.g., language, negotiation, and leadership) and international mind-set (i.e., cross-cultural competency) by embracing activities in a country other than their own for a longer priod of time.
Schedule and Contents First, check whether a similar internship course is available at your department.

If not, carefully read the guideline before registration to see whether you qualify for this course as follows.

Prospective students

-must be registered for the course before its deadline.

-must submit the proposal for the "International Internship I" at least one month prior to the time of departure for a review by academic staff at the ER Centre for approval. (sample form available)

-must submit the certificate (a letter) of completion of the program or similar upon the completion of the internship program.

-must present the outcomes of the program in English for 15 minutes to be evaluated.
Evaluation Methods and Policy Will be evaluated as pass or fail.
Course Requirements Prospective students

-must be qualified to participate in a program (e.g., language proficiency level)

-must submit the "Oversea Travel Notification" to the administrative office.

-must provide evidence that he or she has purchased "Oversea Travel Insurance."
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Please consult with your supervisor before submitting your proposal to us.