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DTU Nursing Students Work at Japanese Hospitals

Six DTU Nursing students made the bold decision to go work in Japan, leaving in March 2023 for the home of Asia’s best medical and healthcare services, hoping that their career ambitions will be fully realized by the move.
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DTU Nursing students to work in Japan
DTU signed an agreement with the Healthcare Accelerator Legal Health organization from Japan in April 2021 and implemented the “Scholarship Program for Nursing in Japan”. Candidates were admitted, interviewed, received professional training and, in March 2023, six of them will leave to work in hospitals in the land of Cherry Blossom:
- Le Thi Huyen Trang and Ngo Thi Hao, at the Sendai Nakae Hospital
- Le Thi Thuy and Nguyen Huynh Bao Tran, at the Saitama Chuo Hospital
- Nguyen Thi Lanh and Le Ngoc Dao, at the Kanazawa Kobu Memorial Hospital
The six were required to pass a selection round and then go through rigorous study of the Japanese language. It is anticipated that, in late February 2023, they will study with experts from Japan to learn more about:
- Nursing and medical practices in Japan, in rehabilitation, home medicine, and so on
- Nursing and medical services for the elderly, including dementia patients
- Work methods in Japan, certification exams and salaries
- The Japanese culture
- The Japanese medicine and nursing vocabulary
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The DTU agreement with Healthcare Accelerator organization from Japan 
The DTU Nursing students will receive a monthly salary of up to 176,000 yen, with holiday, health insurance, and accident and employment insurance benefits.
Ngo Thi Hao shared her thoughts on her opportunity to work in Japan. “Before the interview, I just regarded working in Japan a personal challenge, but didn’t think I’d ever pass the selection process. When I heard I had, I felt happy and lucky, but I was also genuinely concerned about learning the language and living far from my family, friends and relatives, in a completely unfamiliar environment.”
“However, after discussing the opportunity with my family and lecturers in the Faculty, they had confidence in my ability and encouraged me to join the program. Now, considering all the study sessions, meetings and exchanges with nurses and Nursing lecturers in Japan, I now feel more at ease and I’m readily prepared.”
Le Ngoc Dao added: “I understand that all professions have their special advantages and hurdles, no excellent job is simple, especially abroad, in a completely unfamiliar environment. But, as a GenZer, I will grasp this opportunity to challenge myself.”
To enable even more Nursing students to intern or work in Japan, DTU has already made agreements with other organizations, including:
- The Seirei Social Welfare Community in Japan, to provide training and career advice
- Halmstad University in Sweden, for student, lecturer exchange and technology transfer 
- JOOSS Education & Training Support in Japan, for internships and jobs
- Koyama in Japan, for graduate internships at their medical facilities
- Glome Management in Japan, to send third-year students for internships and graduates for jobs.
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Equipment donated by Glome 
In addition, Glome Management agreed to provide two Japanese-standard nursing practice rooms, one for a hospital training and the other for homecare room, including a hospital bed, a homecare bed, a patient monitor, antidecubitus mattresses, cabinets, nursing trolleys, Cole mat C hyper, a bed table, an infusion pole, a home-diagnostic medical bag, and more.
(Media Center)