We do not charge you throughout the whole service. We will also cover visa application, flight, and accommodation expenses for those who get selected for the final interview in Japan.
We offer various positions to students from all majors. Please refer to our homepage for more details.
Yes. There are many employers from different areas looking for international talents. Some of them have no requirement for Japanese. Please refer to our homepage for more details.
Yes. There is no restriction on nationality. Everyone is welcome to join.
Yes. Some of the employers prefer hiring an experienced person according to their own demands. Even though our program has been focusing more on the fresh graduates so far, we still try our best to expand our business to provide more opportunities to the experienced applicants. Please refer to our homepage or contact your Career Advisor for more details.
We generally recommend using Internet Explorer for your registration. If you still find a problem uploading, please contact your Career Advisor.
You only need to re-login. You should keep updating your information. (Please note that certain personal information cannot be changed after the registration. Please make sure all the details are correct, especially your cell phone number and e-mail address.)
Register on our homepage and upload your CV and photo. There will be a test called SPI that you have to take after the career talk. You may prepare some related exercises on logical reasoning skills by yourself.
SPI stands for Synthetic Personality Inventory. It is applicable in most Japanese companies for recruitment. There are two parts which consist of a logical test (50min) and a personality assessment (60min). The language used in the test is English.
It depends on company. Please refer to our homepage for more details or consult with our Career Advisor.
Companies will arrange different courses for you based on their own requirements and your abilities.
You will have a contract with the company directly. If you pass the interview, you will get an acceptance letter first. If you intend to accept the offer, you have to sign a commitment.