Conversation In Japanese
CONVERSATION COURSE FOR ALL LEVELS
COURSE DURATION – 2 Months
WEEKEND Batch: Sat-Sun
WEEKDAY Batch: Depends on availability
This course enables one to converse in Japanese confidently in both formal as well as informal situations.
Experience of Japanese office environment through Role plays
Formal Meeting environment
Techniques to handle tricky interpretation
How to make a Japanese and yourself comfortable.
How to ask a Japanese to clear the content in a simpler language.
How to maintain your composure in an argumentative environment.
How to be on the safer side when choosing between Indian and Japanese teams.
How to frame complicated sentences using simple words.
Vocabulary useful for JLPT preparation
If you are 18 years old or above, steady student, financially sound and have completed the equivalent of 12 years of studies, you can come to study in Japan.
In Japan, higher education institutes (universities, junior colleges, colleges of technology, vocational schools, graduate schools …) offer programs in Japanese only. There are only a few exceptions. Therefore, if you are serious about studying in Japanese higher education, you should consider learning the language first and reach JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) Levels N2 or N1. This is what is usually required to get admitted. You will also likely have to take the EJU (Examinations for Japanese University Admission for International students). Your language school will prepare for all of this. Japanese language schools help thousands of foreign students to reach proficiency each year so why not you! Further, it only makes sense that if you want to study in a Japanese higher education institute and thus live in Japan, you would learn the language to simply cope with daily life issues.
It usually takes a 1 year program from a Japanese language school for foreign students to reach JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) Level N2. Level N2 is what enables students to get admitted to Japanese higher education institutes (or look for jobs). Of course, it depends on each individual: their skills, their motivation and commitment. But if you follow your school’s recommendation, you will reach your goals, just like thousands of foreign students in Japan do each year.
Generally, Japanese companies will require their foreign employees to have passed JLPT Level N2.
Definitely! Many Japanese companies are looking for language-savvy employees. As a bilingual person, you should get many suitors. Depending on your academic background and professional experience, you may actually by courted by headhunters. In any case, you will likely get many opportunities in Japan.