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STUDENT TESTIMONIALS

Over the years, our alumni have put to use the skills they gained at APU and continue to shape the world in a variety of different ways. Here are a few testimonials of APU’s graduate students.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT (MBA)

Anod Kumar Rai
Anod Kumar Rai (India)

Local to Global Technology Coordinator
Marsh Japan, Tokyo HQ, Japan
MBA2010

The MBA program teaching style is interactive with weekly discussions, presentations and reports. Also, the optional Japanese language classes helped me adapt to a new environment. Overall, this knowledge helped me to quickly transition to my current role in the IT services sector in Tokyo. I am sure APU will continue to provide its students with the tools they need to create a brighter future for years to come.

Dr. Md. Dulal Miah
Dr. Md. Dulal Miah (Bangladesh)

Assistant Professor of Finance
University of Nizwa, Oman
MBA2005

APU provides students with a state-of-the-art education and a congenial learning environment to further their creativity and knowledge. This multicultural setting also helps students learn how to adapt to different values and cultures while respecting diverse thoughts and philosophies. These attributes make it an exciting and attractive place for someone aspiring to contribute to society with their knowledge and wisdom.

Feng Xiaoyu
Feng Xiaoyu (China)

Business Producer Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.,
Japan MBA2015

I am extremely proud to be part of Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc. It has always been one of my dreams to work at this company. To help me achieve this dream, I chose to get my MBA at APU, as one of the program's main focuses is the study of Japanese companies. The MBA program helped me develop the necessary business skills for our dynamic global society.

Theingi Thaw
Theingi Thaw (Myanmar)

Ph.D. student at APU, Japan
MBA2016

APU provides students with a state-of-the-art education and a congenial learning environment to further their creativity and knowledge. This multicultural setting also helps students learn how to adapt to different values and cultures while respecting diverse thoughts and philosophies. These attributes make it an exciting and attractive place for someone aspiring to contribute to society with their knowledge and wisdom.

Ha Viet Anh
Ha Viet Anh (Viet Nam)

Business Producer Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.,
Japan MBA2015

At APU, my MBA professors provided me with extensive and in-depth knowledge of business administration. I gained not only professional skills but also an insight into practical business philosophies that have enabled me to make numerous contributions to society, while also keeping to the standards of business ethics. Furthermore, this program has cultivated my endurance under pressure, nurturing my confidence and leadership potential.

Taurai Chinyamakobvu
Taurai Chinyamakobvu (Zimbabwe)

Managing Director, Flocash Limited, Zimbabwe Director, Wezeshwa Fund Limited, Zimbabwe MBA2011

From APU's MBA program, I learned about Japanese culture and how business is conducted in Japan. I am now a consultant to Japanese companies conducting business in Africa, and I also work closely with the Embassy of Japan as Secretary-General of the Zimbabwe-Japan Alumni Association. The African continent is growing rapidly, and thanks to the skills I acquired at APU, I am one of the active members of this new development.

Manjula Kumara
Manjula Kumara
Wanniarachchige
(Sri Lanka)

Senior Lecturer I Coordinator, MBA Program
University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka
MBA2009

The truly international and multicultural environment of APU presents students with a plethora of opportunities to delve into different cultures, traditions and languages, creating lasting connections that transcend borders. The challenging academic environment enriches students' growth as individuals and citizens of the global commurn­ty, and the diverse faculty members, with expertise and passion in business and research, encourage students to develop real-world professional skills.

Alan Schroeder
Alan Schroeder (Canada)

Associate Director, External Relations
British Columbia Council for International Education, Canada MBA2008

From APU's MBA program, I learned about Japanese culture and how business is conducted in Japan. I am now a consultant to Japanese companies conducting business in Africa, and I also work closely with the Embassy of Japan as Secretary-General of the Zimbabwe-Japan Alumni Association. The African continent is growing rapidly, and thanks to the skills I acquired at APU, I am one of the active members of this new development.

Naheed Akhtar
Naheed Akhtar (Pakistan)

President
LATIF INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD, Japan
MBA2013

My time spent at APU was an unparalleled experience Through the multicultural environment, I was able to build a strong and extended international network. After getting my MBA degree, I started working as a business consultant in a firm in Tokyo and soon after established my own company, "LATIF INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD." Some of my current business clients are my former APU classmates.

Eurusa Anuchachart
Eurusa Anuchachart (Thailand)

Card Operations Analyst - European market ExxonMobil Limited, Thailand
MBA2011

My MBA classmates came from all walks of life, having various backgrounds ranging from engineering to hospitality management. This made brainstorming sessions quite interesting. APU offers an AACSB-accredited MBA program that is very interactive with many case studies and seminars. The alumni network is extensive, diversified and intemational.

Damian Lesmin
Damian Lesmin (Indonesia)

Section Chief of Service Sector Taxpayer Compliance Directorate General of Taxes, Ministry of Finance of Indonesia MBA2010

APU's MBA program experience was captivating. It allowed me to acquire in-depth knowledge of and cultivate an international approach to business issues. APU has also contributed to expanding my network, and the people that I met there became lifetime friends-personally and professionally. Thanks to APU, I am now connected to people from all continents.

Mukul Mehta
Mukul Mehta (India)

Deputy General Manager
Nippon Steel & Sumikin Bussan India Pvt. Ltd. MBA2005

Alongside my MBA courses and seminars, I worked as a System Assistant, Resident Assistant and also participated in various extracurricular activities. Thanks to all these experiences, I turned into a more confident and responsible leader. In 2005, I also started a volunteer group with students from fifty other countries called "Ai No Nami" (A Wave of Love) for the Sumatra earthquakes/tsunami disaster. From this experience, I also became a firm believer in "Tomo ni lkiru" (harmonious coexistence).

Christian Meza
Christian Meza (Mexico)

Production Control Coordinator
Johnan de Mexico, Mexico
MBA2011

The chance to experience different cultures with international students as well as with faculty members is invaluable. This is one of the strongest points for choosing to study at APU. The MBA program provides an insightful approach to addressing real life situations through analysis and discussions of case scenarios. I am truly thankful for all the enlightening advice and inspirational ideas provided by my fellow classmates and professors.

Vuong The Ton
Vuong The Ton (Viet Nam)

Global HR Recruiter & Director Assistant
LEOC Co., Ltd., Japan
MBA2015

At APU, the coursework and research tasks encourage students to be active, interactive and teamwork-oriented. Combining a multicultural learning environment with a practical case-study based curriculum, the MBA program presents a unique and rewarding journey which enables students, myself included, to become future leaders of the business world.

Piotr Halys
Piotr Halys (Poland)

Manager, Supply Chain Leader
Procter & Gamble (Poland)
MBA2014

From a European point of view, Japan is seen as an exotic study destination-but I quickly realized that moving to Japan and studying my MBA at APU was one of the best choices in my life. Through this program I was able to leam about Japanese management, intemational business and various cultures of Asian countries. My time spent in Japan gave me a deep understanding about the importance of quality, spirit of long-lasting relationships and collaboration with others.

Rashmi Kumari
Rashmi Kumari (India)

Graduate School of Management
MBA Program

When I was looking for an MBA program, I found APU among the top twenty business schools in the field of international management in East Asia. With a background in Japanese language and prior experience living in Japan during my undergraduate study, I opted for APU’s MBA program because of the availability of English instruction and various scholarship opportunities provided to me.
With countless careers options emerging in the globalized world, APU prepared us —the future managers—to understand and appreciate different cultures. My classmates at APU come from all corners of the globe, which fosters a strong community that shares, discovers and learns together.

Nicholas John Nderungo
Nicholas John Nderungo (Tanzania)

Graduate School of Management
MBA Program

It is a wonderful and unique experience studying in Japan, precisely as a graduate student of APU. The MBA program here provides me with a global understanding of business as well as in-depth study of the Japanese Management style. My study focuses on innovation and operation management and I am confident that the knowledge I acquire in this program will equip me with an alternative set of skills and the creativity necessary to solve world business concerns.
The campus provides an amazing environment with modern facilities and a diverse student body from over eighty countries. There are also numerous opportunities for interaction that support both academic and social life with fellow students and faculty. During my studies, I have also enjoyed traveling around Japan and this has greatly helped me in becoming a well-rounded person.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ASIA PACIFIC STUDIES (MASTER'S)

ASIA PACIFIC STUDIES (APS)

International Relations (IR)
Dinar Swastiningtyas Theosa
Dinar Swastiningtyas Theosa (Indonesia)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
Asia Pacific Studies (APS)
International Relations

APU’s GSA program has provided me with outstanding experiences both inside and outside of the classroom. Not only do courses in the International Relations (IR) division challenge me to think in-depth and analytically about current international affairs, the multicultural environment allows me to do so with a worldwide network of friends and classmates whose different perspectives are precious learning resources during classroom discussions. Additionally, the ample opportunities for research funding and assistance have given me the invaluable experience of presenting my research at reputable international conferences around the world. I am constantly enriched by the academic setting here at APU, whose embrace of global values inspires me to approach both my research — and my personal life — from multiple perspectives. I feel that the master`s program here is not only helping to shape me into who and what I want to be, but also preparing me thoroughly for my next journey.

Tran Thi Bich
Tran Thi Bich (Viet Nam, Graduated in 2017)

Ph.D. Student, University of Antwerp, Belgium

APU not only has a quality International Relations program but also houses an active research center. By presenting at its annual Asia Pacific Conference (AP Conference), I received valuable feedback from international scholars that helped to improve my research. Through the conferences, seminars, and workshops I attended at APU, I was able to meet many experts and build my professional network.

Sirojiddinov Shokhrukh
Sirojiddinov Shokhrukh (Uzbekistan)

International Relations Division Student

Joining the International Relations division in the Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies does not only provide me with an environment of academic excellence and intellectually stimulating research, but also the opportunity to work with supportive faculty, be part of a thriving graduate student community, and access an engaging alumni network. My experiences at APU so far have allowed me to thrive in my research activities and obtain critical analytical techniques to focus on the issues of vital importance to the Asia Pacific region.

Society and Culture (SC)
Nhu Ngoc Nguyen
Nhu Ngoc Nguyen (Viet Nam)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
Asia Pacific Studies (APS)
Society and Culture

Every choice we make is a step on the path of self-discovery. Whether or not to pursue a degree in higher education, when and where to do so, and under whose guidance - these are choices that, when made wisely, can enable self-betterment and shape future visions in one’s chosen profession. The choice to join the Society and Culture division at APU’s Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies has not only given me the chance to pursue my master’s degree, but has also acquainted me with the right people who support me unfailingly and help recognize my passions, strengths, and weaknesses. While professional consultation is always available when needed, I appreciate that in our division we are encouraged to explore and develop our research freely and independently. The program duration of two years is indeed short, but filled with rewarding experiences, valuable lessons, and cherished memories with professors and friends. It is a choice that I'm proud of making, for it has made me a better person - rich in knowledge and gratitude.

Alisha Rabuepin
Alisha Rabuepin (Thailand)

Society and Culture Division Student

Due to my desire to pursue a career in academic work related to the field of Japanese popularculture, I was motivated to join the Society and Culture division. The professors in this divisionspecialize in a broad range of topics and encourage their students to analyze their lecturescritically. By interacting and discussing directly with these professors and my classmates, I havebroadened my perspectives both academically and professionally as a global-minded citizen.

INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION POLICY (ICP)

International Public Administration (IPA)
Swe Sett
Swe Sett (Myanmar)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
International Cooperation Policy (ICP)
International Public Administration

I’ll never forget my life at APU, which was full of exciting academic challenges and deep satisfaction with the unique multicultural environment. During my time as a student in the master’s program for International Cooperation Policy, I was able to create strong bonds with friends and colleagues all over the world — a personal network of accomplished professionals that I am still a part of today. After graduating under the expert guidance of my professors, I accomplished my dream of rejoining the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in my home country as a diplomat. I am now serving as First Secretary in Myanmar’s embassy in Washington DC, USA. The real-world experience, knowledge, and awareness of international issues that I obtained through my studies at APU are invaluable to me as they have proven to be essential tools in my career in international diplomatic relations. I am very grateful for and will always remember my dear professors and classmates at APU.

Jie Lin
Jie Lin (China)

International Public Administration Division Student
Japanese Grant Aid for Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) Recipient

Studying in APU is like joining an exclusive world journey. Interesting and academically stimulating lectures, in addition to significant hands-on experiences, have given me the chance to familiarize myself with in-depth knowledge of international public administration. Supportive faculty, various campus activities, and ample opportunities for research funding and assistance have also provided the right mixture of knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary for me to take a step higher in my career path.

Nguyen Quynh Hoa
Nguyen Quynh Hoa (Viet Nam)

International Public Administration Division Student
Japanese Grant Aid for Human Development Scholarship (JDS) Recipient

Becoming a graduate student at APU has been one of my best life decisions so far. Supportive faculty and in-depth academics provide me with knowledge and skills necessary for my future career in international public administration. With students from all over the world, the lectures and discussions involve interesting, real-world applications of theoretical knowledge. In addition to studying, APU’s international cultural events, field trips, and social events bring me a sense of community and understanding that makes me more confident to pursue my dreams.

Sustainability Science (SS)
Malili Nair
Malili Nair (Fiji)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
International Cooperation Policy (ICP)
Sustainability Science

My time at APU has been one of the most significant milestones in my career. Its culture and its location have proven to be a boon to me both professionally and academically. I have been able to get to know professors and peers from various backgrounds and with different expertise while taking in APU’s beautiful natural surroundings, with the added benefit of being assisted in my daily life by APU’s engaging staff. I will never forget the relaxed and secluded learning environment of APU, with its globally connected and yet accessible social setting. The diversity of students, faculty and staff at APU is a resource that has allowed me to grow as a person, to see myself contrarily, and to be self-governing in my academic and social life. My experiences here have allowed me to strengthen the relationship between Fiji and Japan, and I hope one day to raise the educational standards of the Asia Pacific region in general. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be a part of APU.

Ariane Albers
Ariane Albers (Germany)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
International Cooperation Policy (ICP)
IMAT Program

The two-year IMAT graduate program broadened my horizons, reaching beyond the conventional boundaries of discipline, culture and business. IMAT provides a unique theoretical and practical setting within small-sized classes, enriched by valuable debates and input on sustainability issues and challenges. This included looking at issues such as management practices and policy aspects of waste and wastewater management, energy efficiency, renewable energy and technology from different perspectives. Thus we were encouraged to develop critical and holistic thinking skills as well as problem-solving capabilities tailored to specific projects or situations. From this study, I learned to view things differently and to see potentials and opportunities in every challenge to move towards more sustainable development. Also, I appreciated the international and multicultural integration of the program offered both in Japan and Germany. I personally valued meeting people from different parts of the world which boosted my intercultural competence and open-mindedness to succeed in today’s global community.

Limin Qiu
Limin Qiu (China, Graduated in 2014)

Principal Staff Member, Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau, China
Japanese Grant Aid for Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) Recipient

During the master’s program at APU, I met students from dozens of different countries with different religions, cultures, and perspectives. We all dreamed of fulfilling our personal goals and making a difference in our home countries. My professors helped me to comprehensively understand Japan’s urban management policies, and as a result I am optimistic and firmly believe that I can make a great contribution to the improvement of Shanghai’s environment.

Sirojiddinov Shokhrukh
Ulrike Kirschnick (Germany, Graduated in 2018)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
International Cooperation Policy (ICP)
IMAT Program

Studying in IMAT has allowed me to discover, develop, and enhance my own potential. Due to the variety of lecturers from academic, governmental, and business backgrounds as well as the cross-cultural experiences that APU in Japan and IfaS in Germany offer, I have gained confidence in international cooperation, broadened my horizons, and nurtured my passion in this innovative and emerging field of study.

Tourism and Hospitality (TH)
Pimlada Bunthornwan
Pimlada Bunthornwan (Thailand)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
International Cooperation Policy (ICP)
Tourism and Hospitality

Studying tourism as a master’s student at APU has given me a greater understanding of the current state of international tourism — and what potential it holds — through an emphasis on the connection between local and global stakeholders. My astute and resourceful professors take advantage of APU’s location in Beppu, as it is one of the most well-known tourist destinations in all of Japan, by drawing upon on the robust local tourist industry for their course material. We as students are encouraged to draw from such sources, but also expand our sights to incorporate global dimensions in our research; this is in turn facilitated by the range and depth of specializations and expertise of our professors. Another layer in APU’s education exists thanks to the global student body, as I have daily opportunities to discuss various topics and issues with classmates from different countries from all over the world. This has enabled me to view my own studies through countless perspectives and to truly appreciate the unity that results from diversity, both on campus and in the tourism industry itself. I am very thankful for being a part of this strong and multicultural community at APU.

Ri Sil Park
Ri Sil Park (South Korea)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
International Cooperation Policy (ICP)
Tourism and Hospitality

Studying at APU significantly impacted my life. Under the division of Tourism and Hospitality in International Cooperation Policy, I studied and researched destination development and tourism policy. Through this, I learned the importance of policies and how to apply the ideas of tourism into destination and regional development. Furthermore, the environment at APU taught me how to shape my own world in a multicultural society by interacting with people from various countries. As a result of active participation in several school activities, I realized that mutual understanding can only happen when we accept the differences of each other and seek ways to work and live together. I believe APU is the perfect place where you can experience a real global society!

Ella Lynthia Simata
Ella Lynthia Simata (Solomon Islands)

Tourism and Hospitality Division Student
Pacific Leaders’ Educational Assistance for Development of State (Pacific LEADS) Scholarship Recipient

Joining the Tourism and Hospitality division at APU was a significant milestone in my career which created immense opportunities to learn and interact with different cultures and environments, while developing social interaction and international communication skills. The courses, field studies, and internships the program provided have enhanced my knowledge and skills in developing policy, and I now believe I can contribute to developing sustainable tourism in my country.

Development Economics (DE)
Mirna G. De La Portilla F.
Mirna G. De La Portilla F. (Mexico, Graduated in 2013)

Consultant at Servicios, Productos Industriales y Construcción, Mexico

At APU I was given the opportunity to experience the intricacies of enriching cultures with unique people from all parts of the world. The knowledge and skills I gained from interacting with many different people allowed me to expand my own range of thought. As a result, I was I able to work more effectively as I organized and implemented social programs, workshops, and awareness campaigns through my local government after graduating.

Felix Besseah
Felix Besseah (Ghana)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
International Cooperation Policy (ICP)
Development Economics

As an APU student, I found that the genuinely international and multicultural environment that the university offered greatly influenced students’ intercultural communication abilities and contributed immensely to our personal development and leadership potential. This type of interactive relationship also existed between students and faculty in the Development Economics division, which resulted in a positive rapport that contributed to the development of students’ research topics as well as created a strong sense of community. My APU experience helped to increase my research capabilities and apprised me of beyond-the-classroom opportunities such as international mentorship programs. These skills I obtained were even further enhanced by serving as both a teaching assistant and a research assistant. Even as a master’s student, I was eligible and encouraged to present my own research at international conferences, which proved an invaluable means towards improving my research methods. Should you choose to study at APU, you can be confident that the program will draw out your leadership abilities and help you stand out as a global leader wherever your career path leads you.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ASIA PACIFIC STUDIES (DOCTORAL)

Dr. Rahimi Farid Ahmad Farzam

Dr. Rahimi Farid Ahmad Farzam(Afghanistan)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
Doctoral Program

The Ph.D. program at APU provided me with outstanding doctoral training. Having access to high tech learning materials and equipment helped me conduct highly productive research. In addition, I was given both the encouragement and the financial support to focus on publishing and presenting my research at several conferences held in the United States, Japan, and South Korea. I was very impressed with the Ph.D. curriculum, research subsidies, and annual AP Conference—an event held on campus that provides invaluable opportunities for Ph.D. students to gain greater expertise in their fields and create worldwide academic networks. Thanks to APU’s diverse community, I also had the opportunity to exchange academic ideas and perspectives with highly-respected professors from all over the world throughout my journey.

Xiaolong Zou

Xiaolong Zou(China)

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
Doctoral Program

After finishing the APU’s dual degree program and half a year of working in Beijing, I returned to APU to embark on the Ph.D. endeavor. My research focuses on understanding and evaluating sustainable urban development models such as eco-cities, low-carbon cities and smart cities in Asia. APU offers a great platform for my research and provides useful database access and abundant literature collections. I have excellent working relationships with supervising faculty and research support staff, which greatly boosts my academic performance and results. I enjoy the multicultural campus here at APU, and constantly get inspired by conversing with my fellow colleagues from different disciplines. This has been a valuable experience for me both as a student and a researcher.

Dr. Cindy Lyn Banyai

Dr. Cindy Lyn Banyai(USA, Graduated in 2010)

Founder and Principal of Banyai Evaluation & Consulting, LLC
Adjunct Faculty, Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Florida Gulf Coast University, USA

Getting my doctorate at APU allowed me to conduct field work both within Japan and throughout Southeast Asia. This research that culminated in my dissertation also lead to additional peer-reviewed publications and my own book. I was fortunate to also work with my supervisor on JICA international development projects, which gave me practical skills in training, evaluation, and program design needed for my career. This experience helped me learn about emergent leadership and gain the global perspective necessary to start my own evaluation and organization development consultancy.”

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Graduate students have access to and support from a worldwide network which consists of international heads of state, ambassadors and industry leaders (Advisory Committee), distinguished researchers from around the world (Academic Advisors) and institutions associated with APU’s faculty members. This network also includes APU alumni who are spread across the world working in an array of fields and industries. Utilizing this network is indispensable for our students’ careers.

Numerous seminars, workshops and presentations by professionals working in the field today give students a clear picture of the kind of career options available to them, skills employers look for and the type of work that suits them best. Faculty and students also provide various consultation services to local industries and have the opportunity to interact with executives at the front lines of change.

Many international and Japanese companies and organizations find APU’s international students highly employable with their multilingual skills and in-depth knowledge of their chosen field. As a result, more than 350 companies visit APU’s campus specifically to recruit students every year. APU offers detailed career education and training to all students throughout their period of study.
※ Proficiency in Japanese language is often a prerequisite for those seeking employment in Japan.

SAMPLE CAREERS OF APU GRADUATES

Graduate School of Management

Companies
  • BANDAI NAMCO Games Inc., Japan
  • Bloomberg, Japan
  • Creed Group, Indonesia
  • ESD Technology Co., Ltd., Thailand
  • Ecopetrol S. A., Colombia
  • ExxonMobil Corporation, Thailand
  • GUCCI Group, Japan
  • Hikari Kikai Seisakusho Co., Ltd., Japan
  • KPMG, Japan
  • Kyosan Electric Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Japan
  • LEOC Co. Ltd., Japan
  • La Casa Del Jade, Guatemala
  • Lenovo Group, Ltd., China
  • Marsh Japan, Inc., Japan
  • Michael Page, Japan
  • NCH Corporation, USA
  • NTT Docomo, Inc., Japan
  • National Bank of Ethiopia
  • Nippon Steel and Sumikin Bussan India Pvt. Ltd., India
  • Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., Japan
  • Oita Bank, Japan
  • POSCO-America, Mexico
  • Procter and Gamble Co., Poland
  • Siam Cement Group, Thailand
  • Skylight Consulting, Inc., Japan
  • Tata Consultancy Services Japan
  • Unilever, Indonesia
  • Voyagin, Japan
Government Offices
  • Andhra Pradesh State Department, India
  • Consulate General of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam in Fukuoka, Japan
  • Ministry of Finance, Indonesia
  • Ministry of Industry and Trade, Viet Nam
  • Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, Afghanistan
  • Ministry of Transport, Kenya
  • State Customs Service, Kyrgyz Republic
Organizations
  • Fobang Foundation, Cameroon
  • World Wide Fund for Nature, Zimbabwe

Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies

Companies
  • Bosch Corporation, Japan
  • Cotopaxi Energy Limited, India
  • Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting LLC, Japan
  • EATALY Asia Pacific, Japan
  • Fraunhofer IGB, Germany
  • Fujitsu Marketing Ltd., Japan
  • General Motors Powertrain, Uzbekistan
  • H.I.S. Co., Ltd., Japan
  • Hays Specialist Recruitment Japan K.K., Japan
  • Industrial Decisions Inc., Japan
  • JTB Pte Ltd., Singapore, Japan
  • KT Accounting Co., Ltd., Viet Nam
  • KTC Holdings, Japan
  • NEC Corporation, Japan
  • National Park Resorts of Japan, KYUKAMURA, Japan
  • TSUBASA Corporation, Japan
Government Offices
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, The Philippines
  • Korea Development Institute, Korea
  • Ministry of Economic Development, Tajikistan
  • Ministry of Education, Myanmar
  • Ministry of Energy and Water, Afghanistan
  • Ministry of Finance and Planning, Sri Lanka
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China
  • Ministry of Industry and Commerce, Laos
  • Ministry of Labor, Tajikistan
  • National Tourism Administration, China
  • The Embassy of Angola, Japan
  • The Embassy of Israel, Japan
  • The Embassy of Mexico, Japan
Organizations
  • Asian Development Bank, The Philippines
  • Medecins Sans Frontieres, Hong Kong
  • NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), Japan
  • National Medical Research Institute, Mongolia
  • The Sino-Japan Friendship Center for Environmental Protection, China
  • UNICEF Cambodia Office
  • Uganda Network of AIDS Service Organizations
Academic Careers
  • Health Sciences University of Mongolia
  • Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh
  • Kabul Medical University, Afghanistan
  • National College of Tourism, Tanzania
  • National Taiwan University
  • University of Queensland, Australia
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