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Internship Program

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The internship program of the University Consortium Kyoto was launched in 1998 as an educational program (cooperative education) aimed at "stimulating motivation to learn," "fostering a high level of professional awareness," and "developing human resources with independence and originality" by combining actual experience and education and research, positioning it as a part of learning at the university, rather than internships as part of job hunting. Beyond mere work experience, this career education has received high satisfaction from students as a career education with a curriculum that nurtures basic skills for working adults by thinking about "working" from practice.

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How to apply

For more information on the internship program and how to apply, please visit the portal site.

University Consortium Kyoto Internship Program Portal Site

Course Description

Business Course / Public Course

From August to mid-September, this course provides practical training for about 2 weeks (10 days) to 1 month at companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations.

Through systematized learning programs called [Pre-Training]→ [Practical Training]→ and [Post-Learning], we aim to deepen understanding of the real world, acquire social skills and vocational views, and organize issues and clarify goals in student life after practical training. In the pre-study and post-study, classes are organized by industry and industry for the business course, and by government and non-profit organization for the public course, and students from other universities conduct industry research, exchange practical training experiences, and have discussions.

Learn more about Business Courses and Public Courses (Portal Link)

Long-Term Project Course

From mid-June to late November, this course carries out projects presented by companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations.

Through the project, the goal is to look at the real world from various angles, acquire the ability to grasp the current situation, identify issues, and solve those problems. This is a program in which the host company or organization conducts results-oriented activities in accordance with the projects (issues) presented to the trainees.

Details of the Long-term Project Course (Portal Site Link)

Basic policy

The University Consortium Kyoto implements the internship program based on the following basic policy as part of university education.

Basic Policy on Internship Program Implementation

Portal site

Detailed information for students of internship programs and for companies and organizations is posted on the portal site.

University Consortium Kyoto Internship Program Portal Site

Contact information

University Consortium Kyoto Internship Project Promotion Office
TEL 075-353-9106 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
, Shiokoji-dori ※Reception hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00~17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

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