Planning to obtain a higher degree in business? As an AJET Affiliate, the Willamette University MBA will offer a minimum scholarship of $5,000 to JET returnees who apply, are admitted, and enroll in Willamette’s Early Career and Career Change MBA program. Willamette University’s MBA Programs are specifically designed to prepare students for their first professional career position, career change, or advancement. Simply indicate on your application, and in your admissions interview that you are JET alumni.
Willamette University’s Early Career and Career Change MBA program, located in beautiful in Salem, Oregon (USA), is designed for students who are recent college graduates, those with limited work experience or those looking for a change in their career. As a leader in experiential learning, Willamette MBA builds knowledge, real-world experience and career management skills. Here are a few reasons to consider Willamette MBA:
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Finishing your time on the JET Programme this summer and looking to further your education?
As part of the ‘Friends of TUJ Program’, Temple University Japan is offering JET Programme participants and alumni a 15% discount on the tuition fees and waived entranced fees for for any courses, workshops, or seminars offered through their TUJ Continuing Education Department.
You can learn more about the available course at https://www.tuj.ac.jp/cont-ed
If you would like to make use of the discount or have any questions, send an email that includes your JET information (name, JET number, contracting organization) to our Director of Professional and Educational Development at .
STA Travel is all about JETs and helping them arrange the best holidays. To take advantage of this offer, simply mention that you’re a JET when booking your flight or tour, and STA will deduct ¥1,000 yen from your total cost.
STA has two branches in Japan, both in Tokyo, but their bilingual Japanese staff are here to take care of JETs across Japan.
More information about STA in Japan can be found here