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EU-JAPAN CENTRE - VULCANUS IN EUROPE

Grants to host a Japanese student in Europe in industrial traineeship scheme.

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Grants to host a Japanese student in Europe in industrial traineeship scheme.

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Through the Vulcanus in Europe programme you can offer a Japanese student an 8-month traineeship within your company.The programme was launched in 1996 at the initiative of the European Commission and the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) with the purpose of contributing to the ...

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