How to Study Japanese in Japan as a Foreigner

Learn everything you need to know to study Japanese in Japan through GaijinPot Study. From how to enroll in a Japanese language school to applying for a visa and career opportunities for bilingual foreigners. The webinar will be presented by GaijinPot. Please note that the date and time of the webinar is Japan Standard Time (JST).

  • host
  • Host:
    GaijinPot (GPlusMedia)
  • Date:
  • time
  • Time:
    6:30 pm
  • location
  • Location:
    This seminar will be held online and virtually hosted in Tokyo.
  • fee
  • Admission:
    FREE
  • seat
  • Seats:
    50

Topics

GaijinPot is pleased to present a webinar about studying Japanese in Japan.

In this webinar, we will cover the topics including:

  • The process of enrolling in a Japanese language school in Japan
  • Requirements for getting a student visa
  • Timeline for application and enrollment
  • How to choose a suitable Japanese language school for your needs
  • How COVID has affected student applications
  • Career opportunities for bilingual foreigners
  • Data on the hiring practices of companies
  • Part-time jobs available for international students
  • Services that GaijinPot Study can offer

This webinar is designed for people currently living outside of Japan, but we are also able to provide assistance to Japanese residents who are interested in improving their language abilities and enrolling in a school.

Q&A session will be held at the end of the webinar

Make sure to take notes of questions you have during the seminar, as we will hold a Q&A session at the end. You’ll have the opportunity to ask any questions for free!

Speaker

GPlus Media Inc.
Yasuhiro Kitagawa
CBDO

Yasuhiro is in charge of business development within GPlusMedia and integrates GPlusMedia with Gakken Group to build up synergy and new services/products across different channels to make it global.

Access

This seminar will be held online and virtually hosted in Tokyo.

Host

GaijinPot (GPlusMedia)

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