VOLGA CAN ÖZBEN
:Social Sciences, School of Law (class of 2015)
ENKA Schools (Turkey)
So far, the biggest challenge that I faced in Nagoya University were the classes. Since the class sizes is small, lectures are conducted in a discussion based way. These discussions stimulate intellectual thinking, but it also requires a lot of reading and research, which is challenging in a fun way.
In Nagoya University, I learned a lot about the Japanese culture. “Bukatsu” or club activities, is one thing, that I enjoyed the most so far. Every bukatsu has its own history and tradition in Nagoya University. It is possible to experience these traditions while enjoying the sport that you like, which in my case is soccer. Also, it is a great way to make Japanese friends.
Besides classes, Nagoya University guides you to build a better future. With the help of the Career Development Office, it is possible to attend seminars that are given by highly ranked company members of big companies and receive internships in one of those companies.