Vocational Colleges in Japan

More and more students are choosing to study in Japan.

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Last year, in 2017, the number of students soared to 260,000; compared to just over 160,000 students in 2012.

There are a varity of courses offered, just some examples being:

  • Manufacturing
  • Information technology
  • Engineering
  • Service (hotel, bridal, etc.)
  • Design
  • Animation
  • Manga
  • Childcare
  • Nursing
  • Accounting, management
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Whatever your interest, there is sure to be a course for you.

In vocational college, you will learn the specialist skills, knowledge, vocabulary and get real practice in real-life situations.

For example, at the Japanese Hotel School, you will learn how to properly take a wine order at a respected hotel-

 There is a course available which is 75% in English, taking into consideration the increase in number of tourists.

There is a course available which is 75% in English, taking into consideration the increase in number of tourists.

It may seem simple, but there are a number of detailed skills involved, while speaking formal Japanese (keigo, 敬語).

Most vocational colleges require a high level of Japanese, such as JLPT N2 level, which is considered business-level Japanese. This you can achieve at language school in Japan.

For complete beginners, 2 years of studying at language school in Japan is highly recommended, the minimum recommended duration being 1.5 years, on a high intensity course.

The language school will help you choose a vocational college, and you can extend your studies in Japan.

Unlike what most people think, a 4 year degree is not required to get a work visa in Japan.

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Most vocational colleges have nearly 100% graduate employment rates, so it is a very good idea to study here.

 

Send an inquiry to see the requirements and begin your journey!

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