IZANAU is now offering support for exchange students!
ever onward. At our company, we act as a go between for foreign exchange students, mainly those enrolled in technical schools,
and companies that consider foreign workers.
Matching Exchange Students From All Countries
IZANAU is now coordinating employment opportunities for all countries.
Just a few examples include Thai, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malasia, Singapore, Myanma, India, South Korea, Taiwan,
Germany, America, Mexico, and the Middle East.
Job Postings from a Variety of Industries
IT, translation, games, film, web design, trading, manufacturing, and more.
IZANAU's Endorsement to Companies
*Box 1: Very skilled with programming and other IT related jobs
*Box 2:Proficient in Japanese, good people skills
* Box 3: Apply to your company through IZANAU
To exchange students: Tips to prepare for the hunt
To all exchange students thinking about working in Japan, we publish useful information on this
page during every job hunting season. Japanese companies are looking for YOU, so start preparing early.
What's expected of exchange students
1. Superior ability, regardless of nationality
2. A drive for industry globalization
3. Reforming the company with diversity
Qualities desired in exchange students
1. Excellent Japanese language skills
2. Excellent academic ability
3. Able to adapt to different cultures
|Study Japanese Language and Culture
|In order to work in Japan, we recommend you learn as much about Japanese language and culture as you can. Most Japanese companies desire for their exchange student employees to have a "high Japanese language ability."
|Keep Up to Date on Japan
|Know that many Japanese companies believe "adaptability to different cultures" to be an essential skill when looking for exchange students. You should immerse yourself in Japanese culture. Experience it, understand it, and respect it.
|Find Internships and Gain Experience
|Internships mean a chance to experience the work force while still in school. The experience of working in Japan can easily be overshadowed by uncertainties. If you participate in an internship, you'll have the wonderful opportunity to experience and understand corporate culture, as well as the unique charactersistcs of Japan's commercial practices, firsthand. The time frame varies depending on the internship—it could last a day, a month, or even longer. There are also various ways to participate. Do your research and make sure you're not caught unprepared when applications open up.