Support – Finding Job in Japan

General Japanese Course offers Job finding class

Schools

Tokyo Takadanobaba campus / Ikebukuro campus

Features

  • Students who aim to work in Japan after graduation will get support for their job finding.
  • It includes business Japanese and manners, resume and entry sheet correction, company visits  and interview practice.
  • Briefing sessions led by employment partners will be held on campus as well. This way students can learn useful information such as what Japanese companies expect from their employees.

Course Contents

  • “Business Japanese” and “Job hunting support” are the two main components of this course. During “Business Japanese” lessons, students can master the necessary Japanese communication skills needed for working in Japan, such as functional business Japanese and honorific expressions. During “Job finding” lesssons, students will acquire social adaptability by deepening the understanding of Japanese affairs and business manners while using the Job finding Handbook. Students can also get tips and advice on job finding.

Career Counselling

  • Job hunting support includes industry analysis, entry sheet correction, interview practice and individual meetings.
  • Thanks to the lectures given by guest speakers and registering in employment websites, students will be able to understand the situation of international students who are looking for a job.
  • During company visits students will have the chance to hear the voices of senior international employees who are actually working in Japanese companies.
  • As an activity outside of the course and in addition to the scheduled corporate briefing sessions, other “Companies briefing sessions” would be held in school and students can talk to human resources staff and even get an interview opportunity with them.

Elective Lessons

  • Elective lessons are available from intermediate level onwards.
  • You can choose a new lesson every 3 months.
  • Although elective lessons can be chosen freely, we cannot guarantee the availability of your first choice.

Corporate briefing sessions will be held regularly by ISI

In ISI, homeroom teachers in cooperation with employment centers support each student while job hunting in Japan so that they can become a “good professional and citizen” in the future.

At on campus companies briefing sessions students will not only learn what Japanese companies really expect from their employees or how to concrete their job finding plans but they can also get advice on how to create appealing applications that could lead them to recruitment.

For those who wish to work in Japan and contribute to the international community, ISI will be more than happy to give advice on what to do now to achieve that purpose.

High job offer rate thanks to tie-ups with companies

Nowadays, “direct recruitment” has increased, which means companies are making more direct approaches to global human resources and applicants with specialized skills, becoming an immediate fighting force.

Thanks to ISI’s accurate responses to companies job offers, we have achieved a high rate of successful results. In some cases, ties-up with companies have also offered ISI applicants chances to be hired as “future executive candidates”.

In addition, as a unique initiative, after acquiring various jobs with a paid internship called “recruitment internship”, we can draw a variety of career plans. We periodically offer opportunities for a wide range of “practical training” such as company briefing sessions, workshops, work place tours, vocational experiences, etc. so that students can have many options. Advice on finding job in various industries and business conditions will be given according to the strengths and skills of each international student.

ISI Group has been expanding its tie-ups with business partners in industries like ICT, consulting, consumer goods wholesale, real estate, etc., benefiting both students and the group by providing employment support.

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