Learn Japanese Language

Japanese Classes

Why learn this language?

Japanese Language specialists are highly sought after by employers all over the world as proficient use of the Japanese Language is considered a rare skill.

Higher studies

  • Enrol in good Japanese Universities as international students for graduate, post-graduate and research.

  • Apply for a fully funded Scholarship Program through MEXT or opt for privately funded, or partially paid student exchange programs also.

Professionals from Engineering, Humanities and International Services

  • Engineers are always sought.

  • Also, fields of Law, Social Sciences, Education, Economics, or International services.

  • Requires necessary experience or advanced and specialized knowledge.

On-site deployment

  • working in Japanese companies or their subsidiaries based outside Japan.

Highly skilled professionals

  • just need to do some paperwork for criteria of eligibility, educational qualifications, professional experience, and income level.

Skilled Professionals

  • Specialized fields such as chefs, architecture, jewellery makers, aeronautics, arts and crafts work, dairy, horticulture, etc.

Business managers and entrepreneurs

  • for those who want to set up a business in Japan

  • to invite Japanese businesses to their home country.

  • also applies to those who are managing a business on behalf of other investors.

 
  • Reading, Writing, Listening and Conversational skills

  • Day-to-day application and techniques for multilingual professionals

  • Interesting, relevant, real-time assignments

  • Mock Interview practice

  • Thorough post-assessment reports (qualitative and statistical)

  • Information about work opportunities and scholarships

  • Entrepreneurship Motivation and Counseling

 
  • Foundational Japanese Language skills

  • Comprehensive understanding - communication, etiquettes, cultural similarities and differences, lifestyle, social behavior, sentiments in the Japanese work environment.

  • Innovative, cutting-edge online Course Delivery Mechanism

  • Incorporating informal and non-formal methods in formal education

  • Truly interdisciplinary - ABCL !

  • Time to time interaction with industry experts.

  • Ranked first in the world for research and development in Global Competitiveness, Japan is a high-tech nation, with a thirst for innovation, technology, and engineering. Japan's limited population poses the challenge of passing on this knowledge and expertise to newer generations and keeping the systems up, running and progressing.

  • It is mutually beneficial if promising Indian youth pursue their career in Japan. That will boost the human resource development and exchanges aligning with emerging demands of the globalized industry. Also, gives Indian youth exposure to an international work environment and first-hand experience of a global society. They return home with enhanced skills and better career prospects in India and worldwide.

  • Practical experience is the most important factor when it comes to hiring. It depends on the type of job role, experience, skills, and education. All Japanese education, technology and businesses run using the Japanese language primarily. Hence, pursuing a career in Japan or a Japanese organization requires learning the language and understanding of the work culture for a smooth transition into the new work environment. The required level of proficiency varies.

 
 
  • Reading, Writing, Listening and Conversational skills

  • Day-to-day application and techniques for multilingual professionals

  • Interesting, relevant, real-time assignments

  • Mock Interview practice

  • Thorough post-assessment reports (qualitative and statistical)

  • Information about work opportunities and scholarships

  • Entrepreneurship Motivation and Counseling

  • A good language course requires going in line with the academia and industry-recognized norms. This assures the learners to undergo credible course content and assessments.

  • Successful completion of the course would enable learners to attempt JLPT/NAT up to its level N3 with confidence. Moreover, as Trainers, we assess the progress and proficiency of learners on both quantitative and qualitative aspects and generate progress reports. These can be enclosed with job applications and profiles.

  • In Japan, higher education starts upon the completion of 12 years of education. There are 5 types of higher education institutions that international students can be admitted to, which are 1) Colleges of technology, 2) Professional training colleges (post-secondary course of specialized training colleges), 3) Junior colleges, 4) Universities (undergraduate) 5) Graduate schools.

  • The MEXT Scholarship also known as “Monbukagakusho” is the prestigious scholarship given out each year to help foreign students enrol in Japanese universities. About 140,000 international students from more than 170 countries and regions of the world are studying at higher educational institutions in Japan. These students can broaden their horizons through exposure to Japanese as well as the diverse cultures of the world.

 

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