Many students from ISI Japanese language school find jobs in Japan every year and are active in various industries including major companies.
This year as well, we have received many happy news from our students who have received job offers from companies.Congratulations to all of you who have received job offers!
ISI’s strength lies in its thorough support for students to realize their “desired self” by working closely with each student. We provide thorough guidance on the characteristics of job hunting in Japan and how to choose industries and companies.
From April 2022, Harajuku School will start a new course “Japanese Language Career Course” for those who aim to find a job in Japan. Thanks to your support, we are now fully booked for long-term students for April 2022.
We are still accepting applications for July 2022 long-term students and those who have yet to obtain a student visa. Please contact us for more information.
In addition, the Kyoto school, which is popular for its generous employment classes and support, and the Nagano school, which has a special program (for students who wish to work in Japan) to obtain a Specified Skilled Worker (i), are nearing the deadline (late November) for applications of long-term students for April 2022!
If you are interested in finding a job in Japan, please contact us as soon as possible.
|Industry||Occupation||Number of people|
|Wholesale of machinery and equipment||Service, customer service, and sales related||5|
|Manufacturing||Production, manufacturing, and quality control related||1|
|Lodging industry||Service and customer service related||4|
|Social insurance, social welfare, and nursing care services||Education, service, and customer service related||4|
|Communications industry||IT software related||4|
|Information services industry||IT software related||6|
|Retailing||Service and customer service related||3|
|Medical||Administrative and management related||4|
|Service and hospitality||Service and customer service related||3|
|Lifestyle-related services||Service and customer service related||4|
|Professional service industry||Service and customer service related||4|
|Service industry||Education and Sales||3|
|General construction industry||2|
|Merchandise wholesale business||Administrative and management related||2|
|Commodity retailing||Service and customer service related||2|
|Technical Services||Architectural and civil engineering design||2|
|Video, audio, and text information production||Administrative and management related||1|
|Food and Beverage||Service and customer service related||2|
|Warehousing||Clerical and administrative||1|
|Nursing and medical care||1|
ISI Group・Companies offered positions for FY2020 Industry Breakdown
At ISI, professional Japanese language teachers will be in charge of your class from the time you enter to the time you graduate, and they will provide you with career guidance according to your learning status and progress. In addition, we have a career center in our headquarters, where we offer special courses to help you find a job. The homeroom teachers and the Career Center will work together to support your career path.
At ISI Japanese Language School, your class teacher will be in charge of supporting your job-hunting activities, so it is easy for you to consult with her.
Information necessary for finding a job will be collected by Career Center at ISI headquarters and delivered to you through your homeroom teachers. You will be able to use the job information share with vocational schools and universities within the ISI group, which is advantageous for your job search. As such, we have a system that is overwhelmingly more efficient than other Japanese language schools in terms of both support and information gathering, and as a result, more than 300 international students from the entire group find jobs in Japan every year.
If you have any questions about job-hunting or choosing a job, you can always consult with your teachers who are available at all times, or get information about employment from the Career Center.
ISI will support your job-hunting activities as a group.
From Ikebukuro School (graduating in March 2020)
Student at Tokyo Animation College
Offer by Actus Corporation (Animation Planning and Production)
From Kyoto School (graduated in March 2021)
Rent Life Corporation (real estate business)
I think the important thing in job hunting is to challenge everything and show that you have different ideas from Japanese people.