Universities in the twenty-first century, need to continually strive to improve students experience – not just through teaching, but through facilities and services that impact a students’ eventual employability prospects. Opening a Japan Career Centre in your university can uncover for your students a whole new world of opportunities that help them see the world with a global perspective.

So, what are you waiting for? Take your first step and give your students a chance to take-off to a great future.

EduWork is developing Japan Career Centres (JCC) across India to efficiently deliver industry focused training to aspirants who want to expand their horizons and find ideal work opportunities in Japan. Along with Japanese language, culture and etiquettes, this program also focuses on training aspirants in Business Japanese communication. Aspirants who complete their training successfully are then eligible to attend 2 -3 interviews in Japanese companies that require such specific skill sets.

As a trusted overseas work partner, EduWork takes the lead by introducing trained candidates to our strong network of employers in Japan – providing them with some of the best employment opportunities. This program makes it a lot easier to adjust into a Japanese business and cultural environment.

Rake in the benefits of being a Japan Career Centre

Increase in international placements brings in more credibility to the college.

Guaranteed assistance in overseas placements, means students get to fulfil their dream of working in the most reputed of international companies.

Bringing in Japanese Language and Skill development program to your college will generate interest in Japanese companies which may indirectly bring in more investments.

Students gain additional skill sets which are rare at the moment and will help them stand out in the job market.

The Brand value of the college will increase among students and parent community. Such a strong word of mouth will result in better admissions.

Collaborating with a brand like EduWork brings along with it a trust created by the thousands of success stories that our team has helped mould.

How can you be a part of this growing success story

E du W ork identifies the institution t o initiate JCC. Student gets the original COE f r om the hiring companies ( Visa app r ov al letter). P r e-depa r tu r e orientation f r om JCC. Hiring companies p r o vide for visa stamping with the Japanese Embassy/ Indian Consulate. T r aining of students is initiated. After mutual ag r eements on timelines and ope r ations, A wa r eness P r og r ams a r e conducted. Selected students a r e p r o vided with P r o visional/ Final Of f ers f r om the company based on r equi r ement and skill set. Students a r e t r ained acco r ding t o indust r y r equi r ements and the institution is int r oduced t o Hiring companies. Student applications a r e r ecei v ed b y the institution. Japan Hiring companies come for placements. Students a r e sho r tlisted acco r ding t o aptitude and r equi r ements.

How can you be a part of this growing success story

Asset 15 E du W ork identifies the institution t o initiate JCC. Student gets the original COE f r om the hiring companies ( Visa app r ov al letter). P r e-depa r tu r e orientation f r om JCC. Hiring companies p r o vide for visa stamping with the Japanese Embassy/ Indian Consulate. T r aining of students is initiated. After mutual ag r eements on timelines and ope r ations, A wa r eness P r og r ams a r e conducted. Students a r e t r ained acco r ding t o indust r y r equi r ements and the institution is int r oduced t o Hiring companies. Student applications a r e r ecei v ed b y the institution. Japan Hiring companies come for placements. Students a r e sho r tlisted acco r ding t o aptitude and r equi r ements. Selected students a r e p r o vided with P r o visional/ Final Of f ers f r om the company based on r equi r ement and skill set.

Structure of Delivery

Level (No. of Batches) Hours Recommended Weekdays/ Weekends Curriculum
JLPT/NAT - N5/5Q 100 hours According to the Institution Hiragana, katakana, kanji (100), Margoto A1 and A2 Elementary 1, interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice, EduWork consultation, JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep).
JLPT/NAT - N4/4Q 120 hours According to the Institution Margoto A2 Elementary 2 and A2/B1, kanji (300), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice, EduWork consultation, JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep.)
JLPT/NAT - N3/3Q 180 hours According to the Institution Sou Matome (N3), kanji (650), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice, EduWork consultation, JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep.), practical and contextual Japanese, Business level Japanese (verbal and written such as mails, phone calls)
Level (No. of Batches) JLPT/NAT - N5/5Q
Hours Recommended 100 hours
Weekdays/ Weekends According to the Institution
Curriculum Hiragana, katakana, kanji (100), Margoto A1 and A2 Elementary 1, 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 hours
Weekdays/ Weekends According to the Institution
Curriculum Margoto A2 Elementary 2 and A2/B1, kanji (300), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice, EduWork consultation, JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep.)
Level JLPT/NAT - N3/3Q
Hours Recommended 180 hours
Weekdays/ Weekends According to the Institution
Curriculum Sou Matome (N3), kanji (650), interactive sessions (AV media, culture sessions, discussions, reading, listening and speaking practice, EduWork consultation, JLPT/NAT/PJC Bridge prep.), practical and contextual Japanese, Business level Japanese (verbal and written such as mails, phone calls)

Program Design

Along with guaranteed assistance in overseas placements, aspirants who enrol with the Japanese Career Centre also receive resources that help study and understand Japanese work-life.

Training Material and Industry specific Glossary

Cross Cultural Activities – Indo-Japanese

Seminars with Industry Leaders from Indian/Japanese companies

Preparation towards JLPT/NAT Examination

Industry Exposure – Visits to Japanese Companies in Bengaluru

Conversation Training according to business requirements

Why partner with EduWork

India is fast emerging as a powerhouse of academic talent and the foreign universities are keen to encash this growing trend by enrolling Indian students into their programs. We have helped thousands of students choose the right stream for their overseas education and provided them with concurrent placements for their time abroad.

There are numerous unique challenges that come with going overseas to study, but with EduWork by your side, students will find that’s all part of the fun and the experience.

We also offer-

Global tie-ups with some of the most esteemed universities

Workshops and seminars with international education and career experts

Japan Information Centre in your campus where students can get all their queries answered one-on-one

Why are students moving to Japan- The Japan Advantage

There are many good reasons to move to Japan. Many are attracted by Japan's high living standards, while for others the attraction is Japan's rich cultural heritage. The perfect mix of culture, history and modern comfort, Japan has a unique approach to life and living.

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

Tokyo has more than two jobs per each application. Businesses are continuous 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 and Trading industry.

In the coming years, a further skilled labor 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 USA, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand. They also 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.