Job-hunting Seminar for Int'l Students
Disaster Survival Manual
Raising Child in Meguro City
| Job-hunting Seminar for Int'l Students - finished
--Tips for a successful employment in April 2017--
Time: 1st session: Sept.24 (Sat.)
2nd session: Oct.8 (Sat.)
※Content of the 1st session is the same as the 2nd.
Content: ※the seminar will be given in Japanese.
13:00 Lecture "Job-hunting in Japan"
14:30 Short speech "How I got employed." by a former int'l students
who entered a company in April
15:15-17:00 Individual consultation
※Companies seeking int'ls students graduating during 2016-2017 are to take
part in this program.
Limit：40 for each session（First-come, first served.）
Eligibility：to be an int'l student studying in Japan who can comprehend
Japanese; to have passed level N2 of Japanese Language Proficiency Test,
irrespective of nationality, school year, or major To apply: inform MIFA
via e-mail ( email@example.com) of your address, name, nationality, age, school/department,
year of graduation, preferred date of attendance, and phone number.
Deadline: Sept.20 (Tue.) ※Application will be closed when the number of
applicants reach the limit.
"Disaster Survival Manual" in five languages available !!
When an earthquake happens what do you do?
Do you know where to evacuate?
Booklets of "Disaster Survival Manual" in five languages (Chinese, Hangeul, Indonesian, Thai and Vietnam)
are available now. International students at Tokyo Institute of Technology translated the English version of
the manual into those languages. MIFA also cooperated in planning and making. Please pick it up at Foreign Residents
Information Desk at Meguro City Office or MIFA.
* English version is also available.
Handbooks about child rearing in English, Chinese and Korean language are
"Enjoy Raising Your Child in Meguro"
Handbook has helpful information about hospitals that are user-friendly
for, Japanese child rearing customs, nursery schools, parks, etc.
Foreign residents in Meguro City can get it free at any of the following
places: Please pick a free copy up at MIFA, the Foreign Resident Registration
Desk, the Foreign Information Desk, the Nursery Section, or the Meguro
Health Center at the Meguro City Office.
PDF file of all pages is available on the following website: