From September 3rd to October 8th 2015, I conducted field research in Uganda, with a purpose of studying teacher absenteeism in public primary schools. While I stayed in Uganda, I...
On Tuesday, April 5th, 2016, Ms. Yui Hosokawa, an alumnae of Ogawa Seminar delivered a career seminar on the 5th floor meeting room of the Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GISCS) Building from 17:00 to 18:30.
During her studies at GISCS through Campus Asia Double Degree Program, she obtained a master’s degree in International Studies from Korea University’s Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS). Along with her master’s degree in Economics from GSICS, she acquired two master’s degrees within 2 years.
After graduating from GISCS, as a member of the Overseas Volunteers of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Ms. Hosokawa taught information communication and technology (ICT) in Ecuador for 2 years.
During the seminar, the junior students of Ogawa seminar raised questions about the double degree program and career trajectory of past graduates. Ms. Hosokawa kindly shared her experiences in South Korea and Ecuador, which provided valuable information for all the participants.
Ms. Hosokawa has already obtained a new job in an international NPO and will engage actively.