Every year more and more Japanese businesses enter India to explore market opportunities and tap into the country’s strong technical talent pool. Japanese companies are continuously seeking talent willing to collaborate or work in Japan.

Tap into this exceptional opportunity. Enrol to equip yourself with the right skills to be a part of the growing Japanese business market in India.

Japan is currently the 3rd largest investor in the Indian economy, with cumulative FDI inflows of $30.27 bn. With so much at stake, it has become essential for Indian companies to equip themselves with an additional skill set that will help them navigate the complexities of Japanese language and culture. Such an understanding promotes business to business cooperation and opens new doors for profitable international business opportunities.

To help businesses reach these goals and promote Japanese language and culture, EduWork has undertaken the EDU-Port initiative, in India. A public-private, nationwide initiative, EDU-Port aims to train people in vocational and other career-oriented skills in Japan that will provide them with full time and part time employment opportunities. The project also intends to identify trained technicians and IT / ITES workforce for Japanese companies in India and Japan.

EduWork products include

To do business with Japan in the coming decades, the importance of social and cultural evolution cannot be overstated. EduWork offers a plethora of courses which can take care of all your needs.

Language (N5 – N1)

Only Language

Culture Study

Language & Culture

Business Etiquette

Language & Business Etiquette

Technical / Management Learning

Language, Business Etiquette & Tech/Management Jargons

Business Japanese Conversation

Language, Culture Study, Business Etiquette, Tech/Management Jargons

Creating an empowering environment for Japanese investments

By promoting Japanese language to Professionals/ Business & Corporates

By promoting skill-oriented Business Opportunities and attain increased growth in Business Profits

To attract new Business opportunities

Who can reap these Benefits

Japanese Companies in India

Companies with Japanese Projects

Companies looking for opportunities in Japan (Work, Business)

Structure of Delivery

Level (No. of Batches) Hours Recommended Weekdays/ Weekends Curriculum
JLPT/NAT - N5/5Q 100 According to Organisation Hiragana, katakana, kanji (100), Marugoto (A1), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice, EduWork consultation, JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep).
JLPT/NAT - N4/4Q 120 According to Organisation Marugoto (A2), kanji (300), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice,, JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep.)
JLPT/NAT - N3/3Q 150 According to Organisation Sou Matome (N3) or Marugoto (A2/B1), kanji (650), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep.), practical and contextual Japanese, Business level Japanese (verbal and written such as mails, phone calls, etc.)
Level JLPT/NAT - N5/5Q
Hours Recommended 100
Weekdays/ Weekends According to Organisation
Curriculum Hiragana, katakana, kanji (100), Marugoto (A1), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice, EduWork consultation, JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep).
Level JLPT/NAT - N4/4Q
Hours Recommended 120
Weekdays/ Weekends According to Organisation
Curriculum Marugoto (A2), kanji (300), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice,, JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep.)
Level JLPT/NAT - N3/3Q
Hours Recommended 150
Weekdays/ Weekends According to Organisation
Curriculum Sou Matome (N3) or Marugoto (A2/B1), kanji (650), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep.), practical and contextual Japanese, Business level Japanese (verbal and written such as mails, phone calls, etc.)

Why Indian Companies should look towards Japan

India’s technical expertise, married with experience of international standards, makes the partnership of Japanese and Indian skillsets particularly beneficial.

Growing presence of Japanese companies in India - The number of Japanese companies operating in India has grown steadily to 1,441. Japanese investments today have spread their wings beyond the traditional sectors to new ones such as infrastructure, information technology, food processing and agri-business.

Japan-India Trade (Yen : billion)

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Trade from India to Japan 352 472 491 544 348 499 543 559 690 739 589 509 619
Trade from Japan to India 388 518 723 819 591 792 882 845 839 861 981 889 1,044
Year Trade from India to Japan Trade from Japan to India
2005 352 388
2006 472 518
2007 491 723
2008 544 819
2009 348 591
2010 499 792
2011 543 882
2012 559 845
2013 690 839
2014 739 861
2015 589 981
2016 509 889
2017 619 1,044

(Source: Japanese government documents)

Japanese private-sector's in India is rising, and currently about 1,305 Japanese companies have branches in India

Direct Investment from Japan (Yen : billion)

Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Trade from India to Japan 29.8 59.7 178 543 344 241 181 223 210 282 352 465 291
Year Trade from India to Japan
2005 29.8
2006 59.7
2007 178
2008 543
2009 344
2010 241
2011 181
2012 223
2013 210
2014 282
2015 352
2016 465
2017 291