Ani­ka in Tokyo

Porträt von Anika mit Humboldt Universität im Hintergrund.

Konnichiwa! I'm Anika and I'm from France, originally. After moving to Berlin, my next (temporary) stop is Tokyo! There, I plan to further my M.A. studies in Economics and Management and also experience Japanese culture. I'll report on both on my blog, so come along!

    • The ex­change stu­dent’s sur­vival kit: Tokyo edi­tion

      HU ambassadors

      Thinking about a semester abroad? Then don’t be like me: do your research! Here I have collected a number of essential lessons I learned the hard way, so you won’t have to. From SIM cards to ATMs, from public transport to the weather forecast - I’ve got you covered!

      Straßen von Tokio.
    • How uni­ver­si­ty is dif­fer­ent in Japan

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      Having studied at a Japanese university for a couple of months now, I have started to understand how things work here. As someone who has experienced the French and German education system, I found many differences and particularities I find worth sharing.

      Der Campus der Hitotsubashi University
    • Japan on a shoe­string

      HU ambassadors

      You’d expect Japan to be an expensive country for an exchange semester, right? Well, you’d be wrong! To my surprise, I found my student life in Tokyo to be less expensive than in Berlin. In this blog post, let me share with you what to expect and how to save your yen.

    • HU am­bas­sadors

      HU ambassadors

      As students at HU Berlin, you can apply to spend a semester abroad at partner universities across the globe. To inspire, encourage and inform you, our four HU ambassadors will blog about their experiences throughout the winter term. New posts every other week!

      Die HU Bot­schaf­ter*in­nen vor Humboldt Universität.