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Sabina GriffithTo provide an overview for the understanding of the tokamak as an integrated system the second ITER International Summer School was held at the Kyushu University, Kasuga, Fukuoka, Japan, last week. The Summer School was attended by students from ten countries, amongst the lecturers were some of the most experienced fusion scientists from around the world. In a special session with ITER Director General Kaname Ikeda, organized by the students themselves, they discussed the outline and the political boundary conditions of the ITER project and possible future job opportunities.