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NJOTO, Jessica JudijantoSchool of Fundamental Science and EngineeringDepartment of Computer Science and EngineeringGraduated from Santa Laurensia Senior High SchoolIndonesiaI always loved traveling and learning more about other countries and cultures. Japan was one of the countries that attracted me the most, by its intriguing mix of tradition and modernity. Waseda gave me the opportunity to come study in Tokyo at a prestigious university, and get an insight into the real Japanese culture and lifestyle. Studying in JCulP is providing me with a unique and inimitable global experience. At Waseda, people from all dierent backgrounds and cultures are welcomed warmly by both the student body and faculty alike. I believe JCulP is giving me the possibility to study both media and culture, and to take part in constructive discussions in an international environment. After my studies, I wish to work in the media industry to share the knowledge I developed during my university time with people who, like me, enjoy discovering the world.As I am studying at the Department of Applied Chemistry in the School of Advanced Science and Engineering, some of my courses are similar to those from other faculties of science and engineering. Attending classes with international students from many different nationalities creates a familiar and comfortable environment similar to my home, Singapore. This allows me to interact and learn from people with many dierent perspectives. Besides studying, I also joined a music circle known as SILS Music Club, where members form bands to perform at gigs organized by the circle. This gives me the chance to meet students from faculties on other campuses.Waseda - The Melting PotUnique and Inimitable Global ExperienceMy interest in robotics was what originally brought me to Waseda, and is why I enrolled in the Modern Mechanical Engineering course. Although I've only been at Waseda for about four months, the atmosphere here motivates me to try my best even in subjects I nd tedious, something that I was never able to do back in my own country. The student body is also very culturally diverse, which makes the whole experience new and even more exciting. For me, the thought of living and managing everything on my own initially seemed really daunting, but within a month I was pretty much adjusted to life in Japan. Being in Tokyo and at Waseda has been an incredible experience so far, and I'm really looking forward to what the next four years will bring!Coming to Waseda has opened up countless new paths that I can pursueNICHOLAS, Loh Yi Bin School of Advanced Science and EngineeringDepartment of Applied ChemistryGraduated from Catholic Junior CollegeKULKARNI, Renuka UdaySchool of Creative Science and EngineeringDepartment of Modern Mechanical EngineeringGraduated from Arihant Junior CollegeSingaporeIndiaMy life in Waseda University is a colorful one. Being in the International Program for Computer Science and Engineering gives me the chance to learn from both Japanese and international lecturers in English. I've also met many new friends from dierent nationalities; among them my fellow Indonesians, my neighbors from Malaysia, and ones from Taiwan, U.S.A., Japan, China, and Germany. In Waseda, we can join "circles," which are associations of students with the same interests. I joined a dance circle where we learn international dances and perform in the university festival. I had so much fun! I am very happy that I have such a well-rounded life here at Waseda University.Life in WasedaBEZANILLA Y BOURGES, MalenaSchool of Culture, Media and Society Department of Transcultural Studies Global Studies in Japanese Cultures Program (JCulP)Graduated from Lycée Pierre LagourgueFrance19WASEDA UNIVERSITY Undergraduate Schools

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