- 1． Acquiring Japanese skills, business etiquette and corporate culture to properly function during job-hunting and on-the-job business scene.
- 2． Improving logical thinking and communication skills through collaborative and activity-oriented classes.
- 3． Ability to choose a JLPT preparation class suitable for one’s proficiency level (twice a week).
From Monday to Friday From 9:15 to 12:30
Students who fulfill all of the followings:
- 1. Understand the class objective and are willing to work for a Japanese firm
- 2. Have a bachelor or associate degree.
- 3. Have attained intermediate Japanese proficiency or higher (JLPT, J.TEST or other test results required）
- 1. Short essay （400 characters minimum）
- 2. Interview （From applicants from overseas, Skype interview precedes the written test）
TERM THEME MAINCONTENT JOB HUNTING SCHEDULE First part
Job Hunting in Japan
- ・Career Design
- ・Company research
- ・How to write a Resume, CV
- ・Interview Manner
- ・Business E-mail
- ・Business Japanese
- ・Business manner
- ・Phone Conversation manner
- ・Comprehensive Japanese(Reading, Grammar, Vocabulary)
- ・Japanese Affairs
- ・Intercultural understanding
- ・Reading Newspaper
Registering with Employment Information Websites
Companies’ Briefing Session
Apply to Companies
Preparation to change Visa status
Preparation to start working
- ・Career Design
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1st hour Pronunciation & Vocabulary Pronunciation & Vocabulary Pronunciation & Vocabulary Pronunciation & Vocabulary Pronunciation & Vocabulary 2nd hour Reading Business manners e-mail & resume Read & discuss Comprehensive Japanese 3rd hour Comprehensive Japanese Business conversation Interview drills Comprehensive Japanese Japanese business reality 4th hour After classes Individual counseling, interview simulation
100 ARC’s students in total were successfully employed in companies/organizations in previous 3 years.
The graph shows the breakdown of the industries.