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Seminar on Nursing in Japan

On March 30th, the DTU Faculty of Nursing and the Seirei Christopher University College of Carework held a seminar on nursing in Japan. Professor Emiko Yokoo, Director of Seirei, Professor Kyoko Nakamura from Kyushu Otani Junior College and DTU Nursing lecturers and students attended.

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Professor Kyoko Nakamura

DTU students learnt about career opportunities in Nursing in Japan. Due to its rapidly-growing elderly population, Japan has employed a large number of healthcare workers from the Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam to alleviate the current labor shortage, which provides an excellent opportunity for DTU Nursing graduates.
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DTU Nursing students

The Seirei Social Welfare Community offers DTU Nursing students a two-year scholarship program at Seirei Christopher University to enhance their education and professional skills. Nursing graduates will then work in Japan for 4 to 5 years, with an average annual income of 3.3 million Japanese yen, or 656 million dong.
Tran Le Thuy Trang of class K23YDD3 said: “Today’s seminar covered information about career opportunities and requirements to help us plan our future careers in advance. I am sure that DTU will offer us even more foreign partnership programs to broaden our internship and career opportunities.”

(Media Center)