Message from Ms. Rani Rimpi



Please give a short introduction of yourself.

I am Rani Rimpi, an Indian female student, studying political science in Kyushu University.

 


What is your favorite thing about Fukuoka?

It has more option for food and shopping then I thought.

 

In what way has your impression of Fukuoka or Japan changed since coming here?

I try not to say straight forward my opinion.

 


What attracted you to choose Kyushu University as a place to study?

The perfect match of city and village. It is not very crowded and not very silent but a beautiful combination of comfort. Theairport is easy to access.

 

 



In what way did you adjust yourself to Japanese culture?

Kyushu university with a long history, ranked among top ten universities in Japan. Moreover it is in Fukuoka.

 



Please give a message to students or researchers in your home country who may be thinking about studying in Japan?

It is a wonderful life. Japan is opening up and providing good scholarships with good facilities.