Japan is one of the largest and most developed economies in the world. With its numerous brands pioneering most of the world’s industries, Japan offers a plethora of work opportunities to aspirants willing to expand their horizons. With EduWork’s Japanese language training program you can gain the tools you need to raise your career prospects in Japan.

Your Proficiency In Japanese Can Be Your Stepping-Stone To A Great Future. Enrol Today And Learn A Rare Skill That Will Make You More Marketable In The Job Market.

The EDU-Port project is an essential part of EduWork’s agenda to promote higher education and work opportunities for Indian students in Japan. As a part of this project, the Japanese Language Training Program provides a bundled package, that focuses on providing aspirants with the required training in language, culture and business etiquettes. Command over the Japanese language is a rare skill that boosts your professional value and helps you gain deeper knowledge of Japan as a nation and as a culture. If you're hired by an international corporation, speaking a foreign language like Japanese creates more opportunities for you to be assigned to an overseas branch.

From Lessons to Learning

Candidates who enrol for the Japanese Language Training program attend 2-3-hour classes (in the weekdays or weekends). Throughout these 100 - 600 hours, students get to be a part of numerous interactive sessions that will expose them to the intricacies of Japanese language and culture, along with basic Japanese mannerisms and cultural etiquettes. These skills have proven to be essential when planning to build a career in Japan.

LEVEL

Summary of Japanese Competency to be attained in each level

N5

The ability to understand basic Japanese scriptures, some important conversations and basic Grammar.

N4

The ability to understand the higher level of Japanese reading, writing and speaking.

Achieving this certification raises your employability factor.

N3

The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations circumstantially.

This is the desired level of proficiency for Japanese companies.

N2

The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations and a variety of circumstances to a large extent.

N1

The ability to understand Japanese used in a variety of circumstances, almost to at the same level as that of a Native Japanese speaker.

Japanese Language Training Program has many advantages

Advised and supported by National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) of India, the EDU-Port project undertaken by EduWork gives candidates who aspire to live, study and work in Japan a unique competitive edge.

Equipped with Japanese language and business etiquettes, candidates have higher chances of being absorbed by Japanese companies for employment.

This program makes it a lot easier for an aspirant to adjust to Japanese business and cultural environment.

Our strong network of Employers and Educational Institutions in Japan enables us to provide the best employment and job-oriented education opportunities.

EduWork’s key platforms – EduWork Japan Centre of Excellence (EJCOE) and Japan Career Centers (JCC) efficiently deliver services PAN India.

Learning Centres

Spacious classrooms that create an ideal ambience to encourage curiosity and learning.

EWIS partner base has a similar infrastructure and delivery system in all its locations.

This live teacher classroom set-up also includes an AV (audio-visual) format where there will be board and a tape-recorder (for the audio).

Experienced and Relevant Sensei (Trainer) will be provided to give students industry-based training tailored to the various levels.

Why work in Japan

Approximately 30,048 Indians already live in various parts of this extremely welcoming island.

Tokyo has more than two Jobs per each application. Businesses are continually seeking new ways to recruit and retain staff.

About 8000 Indians are working in the IT industry in Japan presently. Japan requires over 800,000 more IT professionals by 2030.

Indian engineers are the backbone of Japan's IT industry, today. Japanese companies are widely encouraging collaborations with Indians to achieve business growth.

Japan has opened 14 different sectors, predominantly for foreign workers. Indians are preferred in the Hospitality, Trading industry.

In the coming years, a further skilled labour shortage is predicted in Japan due to the country's large ageing population.

Japan’s cost of education is 40 - 50% cheaper as compared to the USA, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand. They have a formidable higher educational system with a commitment to research and development.

A survey conducted by the United Nation World Tourism Organization, says Japan is one of the world’s safest nations for women.

Japan is the third-largest economy in the world, with a nominal GDP of $4.87 trillion. Combined with its low cost of living, this makes Japan an ideal place to plan your future.