INTERVIEW - Vol.1 (Sandwich Program)
What was the first impression of Japan?The first impression was very good. I arrived here by myself, because I didn't know anyone here. When I arrived I had a lot of luggage and everything, but it was very good. Because I was really lost, but I got help from many people that I have never met. I mean, people were very kind.
How is life at SIT?I like SIT very much. I think we have some good opportunities to meet a lot of people from many other countries, not only Japanese people.
I study Mechanical engineering. But here, as I am on a sandwich program, I get to the subjects from different engineering, and that's very interesting. So I choose some different ones that I won't be able to take in Brazil.
Environment here is very nice.
Describe your most interesting experience at SIT, or in Japan?
I got to meet a lot of different people, and get to know a lot of different cities as well as I was able to travel around Japan.