Internship opportunities in Japan!

If you are still unsure of what course to enroll in, how about take a moment to explore these in demand courses with possible internship opportunities in Japan. Take note, passing the JLPT is your golden ticket.


Caregivers

Good News to those Filipinos who want to work as a caregiver in Japan. This year, Japan will be needing a million caregivers for their aging population.

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IT Engineers

According to some JETRO estimates, Japan needs about 300,000 foreign IT professionals across all industries due to strong demand.

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Language
Teacher

Applications are now being accepted for Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) positions in the 2017 Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme.

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Housekeeper

Housekeeping operators are looking to increase more foreign housekeepers in Tokyo, taking advantage of a special deregulation-zone system, as the need for such services is expected to grow.

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Food &
Beverages

The most common industry for foreign people in Japan to find employment in other than teaching English, would be either in the tourism, travel or hospitality industry. That is because there is a very large demand for people who speak a number of languages other than Japanese, with the increasing number of tourists visiting Japan each year.

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Auto
Mechanic

At Quick Auto Service Training Program, you will undergo an extensive six-month instruction and hands-on learning on Auto Service Center, Automotive System, Engine Maintenance and Servicing, Auto Electrical & Electronic Services Testing, Automotive Battery Servicing, Under-Chassis Preventive Maintenance, Basic Wheel Management & Tire Services, and Paint Less Dent Repair from our TESDA-accredited instructors who were chosen for their real-world industry experience and field expertise to help you obtain your TESDA National Certificate Level I.

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New PostNoKor to SoKor and US: We’ll dismantle nuclear sites on one condition

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Wednesday pledged to permanently dismantle his country’s major nuclear complex if the United States takes reciprocal actions, in talks with South Korean President Moon Jae In.   At the two-day summit in Pyongyang, held amid a deadlock in denuclearization negotiations between the three countries, Kim also promised to

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September 21, 2018

New PostMoon arrives in NoKor to talk with Kim

South Korean President Moon Jae In arrived in Pyongyang on Tuesday as he began a three-day visit to North Korea for a summit with leader Kim Jong Un, with all eyes on whether their latest summit will see a breakthrough in stalled talks on denuclearizing the divided peninsula.   The two leaders, who have already

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September 19, 2018

From Japan to Russia….. With love

Vladimir Putin surprised Shinzo Abe by proposing that both countries end their bickering with a post-World War II peace treaty with no strings attached by year’s end.   The sudden offer would mean shelving negotiations over the sovereignty of Russia- held, Japan-claimed islands. This peace treaty is contrary to Tokyo’s version that a peace treaty

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September 14, 2018

Japan and Russia: We need a better economic plan

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed Monday to step up work to realize planned joint economic activities on disputed islands off Japan’s northernmost main island of Hokkaido while making little progress on the territorial issue.     In a press conference after their summit in Vladivostok, Abe renewed his commitment to concluding a post-World

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September 12, 2018

Japan to U.S.: It’s gonna be a bad, big deal

POTUS Donald Trump suggested that Japan would be in serious trouble if it failed to agree with the United States on tariffs and trades.   Trump has been heard saying that if America doesn’t make a deal with Japan, and vice versa, then Japan’s gonna have a big problem. This is effectively pressuring Japan to take measures to

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September 10, 2018

Japan quake measured at 6.7 causes landslides

  32 people are confirmed missing in Sapporo after a 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit Japan’s northernmost main Hokkaido island in the early hours of Thursday. This surprise attack caused landslides that buried houses.   The earthquake, which struck at 3:08 in the morning, cut electricity to 3 million homes and the nuclear power plant as in danger of

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September 7, 2018

U.S. Open: Nishiroki and Osaka made it

Kei Nishikori defeated Philipp Kohlschreiber who hails from Germany in multiple sets to reach the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open.   It is a good year for Japan as Naomi Osaka also reached the last eight of the women’s draw after beating Aryna Sabalenka from Belarus in three sets at Louis Armstrong Stadium.   It is the second

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September 5, 2018

Okinawa on U.S. base transfer: Access denied

  Okinawa Prefecture rejected the landfill project for the U.S. military base that was scheduled to relocate this year. The military base was to relocate to another part of Okinawa to make it’s operations smoother and keep citizens away from falling debris from military helicopters and planes.   The landfill project was approved in 2013 by the late

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September 3, 2018

When in Rome, act Roman. Likewise in Japan

The dining table has been and always will be the center of family life.   The 39-year-old well-known chef in Japan gained overnight fame when she was first featured on a TV show in February 2017. It was a life-changing moment for her that allowed her to follow her passion and enlighten us all at the same

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August 31, 2018

Japan claims Gold….. But not what you’d expect

Japan maintained its grip on second place on the medal table with gold medals coming from some unlikely and lesser-known sports on Monday, the Asian Games’ 10th day.   With just six days remaining, Japan, with 43 gold, 36 silver and 57 bronze, has consolidated its position, well behind China’s 86 gold, but seemingly locked into second ahead

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August 29, 2018

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