- About FiSSC
- Studying in Fukuoka
- Living in Fukuoka
- Working in Fukuoka
- Making Friends in Fukuoka
3F ACROS Fukuoka 1-1-1 Tenjin,
Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka,
Fukuoka International Student
(inside Kokusai Hiroba)
Opening hours 10:00-19:00
Open every day except between Dec 29 - Jan 3
Communities have been established, both in Fukuoka and in various countries, by former international students who share the desire to keep in touch with friends made while studying in Fukuoka, or in gratitude for the support they received while in Fukuoka. The Fukuoka International Student Support Center’s Administrative Council (FiSSC) assists each community in launching itself, and also offers follow-up support and collaboration.
An increasing number of international students choose to work in Japan after graduation. It is very important to decide on your purpose for working in Japan, set future goals, and start job hunting activities as early as possible. Please feel free to contact us if you want to hear about actual experiences in job search activities from former international students. We also host regular exchange events where former international students who are busy working in various fields talk about their jobs and experiences. If you are a former international student who graduated from a school in Fukuoka, join us and make connections with other former students!
|1.||Former Fukuoka/Japan Student Association in Vietnam|
(Establishment: September 2011)
We know that all of you Vietnamese students who are now studying hard in Japan will be important human resources for Vietnam and our association when you return home. We are sincerely looking forward to your participation in our association.
Hoan Van Nhan,
President of Former Fukuoka/Japan Student Association in Vietnam
|2.||Former Fukuoka Student Association in Shanghai|
(Establishment: February 2012)
As the Chinese economy grows, an increasing number of Chinese students are going to Japan to study. On the other hand, more Chinese students are returning home each year anticipating a promising future in their home country, which has led to intensified competition. Students should seriously consider what they want to learn during their student life in Japan, and acquire knowledge not only in academic fields, but on Japanese society as a whole.
President of Former Fukuoka Student Association in Shanghai
|3.||Former Fukuoka/Kyushu Student Association in Cambodia|
(Establishment: May 2012)
While studying abroad, students should acquire not only academic skills, but also the spirit of the host country to bring back home. If you are given a chance to study in Fukuoka, you should be imbued with Hakata/Fukuoka spirit and return home with it.
President of Former Fukuoka‧Kyushu Student Association in Cambodia
|4.||Brazil Fukuoka Kenjinkai/ Prefectural Scholarship Alumni Association|
(Establishment: September 2012)
|5.||Thai-Fukuoka Club (TFC)|
(Establishment: July 2014)
Our club was founded through the cooperation of various groups.The objective is to bring together those who have studied, worked and lived in Fukuoka so that they may assist each other in their activities with the Prefecture. In my opinion, working together for the benefit of the public is of paramount importance.I would like to personally encourage you to get involved, to reach out and to connect with us. We would not be able to continue our activities without your support and input.Once again, I am grateful for the support and am honored to have the opportunity to serve as President of this club.
President of Thai-Fukuoka Club (TFC)
|6.||Fukuoka Graduates Alumni Association Sri Lanka (FGAAS)|
(Establishment: November 2014)
Fukuoka Graduates Alumni Association Sri Lanka (FGAAS) was established to promote friendship, cooperation and mutual understanding among Sri Lankans who graduated from universities in Fukuoka Prefecture.We work together to strengthen further the bonds of friendship between people of Fukuoka and our members as Fukuoka is our second Furusato.We invite all of you who completed studies in Fukuoka Japan and returned to the country, to become active members of FGAAS and work for the betterment of both countries.
President of Fukuoka Graduates Alumni Association Sri Lanka (FGAAS)
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