Carrer Support

We offer various forms of support for students who aim to work or start a business in Japan.


1. Job-hunting in Japan
2. Guidance on industry and company research
3. How to write CV in Japanese
4. Training for the job interview
5. Self-assessment tools
6. Advice for legal matters (labour regulations and visas)
7. Advice from alumni
8. Cooperate with human resource agencies
9. Joining the jobhunting event
10. Business starting-up seminar

※The students in the Daytime Intensive Program can take the JLPT preparation course with a 50% discount on the tuition fee.

Voices from alumni
  • Aymeric Marly
    Aymeric Marly
    Industrial Machinery in Food & Beverage, Pharmaceutical
    ●Length of stay in Japan
    03/2022 ~ 03/2023
    From Nichibei Kaiwa Gakuin to developing the business of a French company in Japan
    QWhy did I choose Nichibei?
    I have already been working for a few years after graduating from my master degree, and I was looking for a language school orientated towards professionals rather than young students. I searched online and I found that Nichibei Kaiwa Gakuin, with its network of companies and professionals, was differentiating itself from the other language schools. We were taught the basics of Japanese business language and I still use it daily in my work.
    QHow did I spend my time after class?
    As the learning can be fast paced, it was important to review the grammar and vocabulary learned during the morning, in order not to fall behind. After this, I did the grammar exercises that we were given. On the personal side, as a surfer, I was still able to go surf while doing my reviews/exercises in the 3 hours of train to the beach. Other days, I would wander around Tokyo and find opportunities to put into practice my learnings !
    QHow studying at Nichibei helps me work in Japan?
    Thanks to the solid bases that I learned at Nichibei, after 3 semesters I was able to pass JLPT N3, which helped a lot in being legitimate to find a position in Japan. Obviously, previous qualifications/degrees and skills/experience is also important, but speaking Japanese to at least N3 level is often times the minimum required by companies. Today, I keep on progressing everyday through my job and will be looking to pass JLPT N2 soon. Getting to the language level that I desire will potentially require more lessons, and I would without a doubt choose Nichibei again.
    QAny tips to find a job in Japan?
    First, I think that passing the official JLPT, minimum N3 level would help a lot, if not necessary. Living full time in Japan while studying is as well an opportunity to learn about the culture and everyday situations, which will always be useful. Then, I think that applying to positions that matches your profile and experience is key. For me, as a French national with a business background, I found a position at a French company that is developing its activities in Japan, through a government funded program (VIE).
    Therefore, looking at companies with HQ in your home country that have activities or a subsidiary in Japan might be a good idea. And sometimes, the best way to finding a job in Japan might not always be the direct path. I think that it can be beneficial to start working at a company in your home country and stating your desire to move to Japan. After have gained experience, it can often times be possible to move to the Japanese subsidiary.

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03-3359-9600 03-3359-9600
Office hours: Mon-Thu: 9:00-19:30 / Fri: 9:00-17:00
3F Global Study Square, COMORE YOTSUYA
1-6-2 Yotsuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo
JR Chuo and Sobu Lines/Tokyo Metro's Marunouchi and Namboku Lines
3-minute walk from Yotsuya Staion

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