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About Study in Japan


Study in Japan

The aim of this program is to educate people the importance of learning the Japanese language (Nihongo). JEP communicates how a person can use such skill to his advantage and how he can be successful in Japan or anywhere in the world.

This program is the stepping stone for College graduates who aim to build a career or pursue extensive studies in Japan.


The student will be studying intensive Nihongo for 1-2 years in Japan. He will also be provided the option to work part-time (maximum of 28 hours / week) to help with his daily expenses, to be able to practice his language skills, be immersed in the Japanese culture, and to train him within a Japanese work environment who is highly renowned as professionals and businessmen.

We are partnered with the best language schools in Japan so the students are guaranteed the best learning experience.

Study in Japan

Study in Japan

This intensive program guides the students into achieving at least the N2 level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). The students may extend their program if they wish to acquire a higher JLPT level.

After finishing the program, the students are already armed with all the knowledge to apply for a permanent job in Japan and jumpstart or continue their career. They may also opt to go back to the Philippines to apply what they have learned (e.g. start a business, work with a Japanese company, work freelance catering to Japanese clients etc.).

Requirements & Application Process

REQUIREMENTS


For the Student / Applicant:

- Updated resume
- PSA Birth Certificate (original - 2 pieces)
- Marriage contract (2 copies if married)
- Passport photocopy
- Government issued Identification
- Diploma (original, from all education attained)
- Transcript of records (original, from all education attained)
- Employment Certificate (for all employment)
- Certificate of completion for Japanese Class (If any)
- Japanese Test Certificate (JLPT, NAT, TEST, etc)
- Accomplished student application form (to be provided by Japanese Language School through JEP)
- Photograph (4cm x 3cm, white background, 6 pcs. and 2in x 2in, 1 pc.)

For Philippines-based sponsors, the following are required:

- Certificate of relationship with applicant
     > (PSA birth certificate, original) or
     > (PSA Marriage certificate, original)
- Certificate of bank balance
- Bank Statement (3 years)
- Certificate of Employment
     > Income verification Income tax certificate (3 years) (issued by company / government)
- Identification card (government-issued)
- Income Tax Certificate (3 years)
- Passport Photocopy
- Accomplished guarantor’s form (to be provided by Japanese Language School through JEC).
- Sponsor's Family List (template to be provided by JLS through JEP)

For Japan-based sponsors, the following are required:

- Certificate of relationship with applicant (Birth Certificate (of non-Japanese national relative), Marriage Contract (of non-Japanese national relative), Kosekitouhon (Family Registration Certifiate))
- Certificate of bank balance (more than ¥2,000,000) “Ginkouzandakasyoumeisyo”
- Certificate of employment "Zaisyokusyoumeisyo"
- Income verification
- 3 years Income Tax Certificate (issued by company / government) “Kazeisyoumeisyo
- 3 years Residence Tax Certificate “Nozeisyoumeisyo
- Accomplished Statement of Financial Support
- Accomplished Letter of Guarantee
- Sponsor's Family Member List - Identification card (issued by government if possible)
- Passport photocopy (own passport and spouse’s passport if available
- Alien card registration certificate or Resident certificate / Jyuminhyo
- Accomplished guarantor’s form (to be provided by Japanese Language School through JEP, Inc.).

Note:
Additional documents not indicated in this list might be requested by the Japanese Language School or the Japanese Immigration Bureau and must be strictly complied with.
Kindly coordinate with your respective Document Specialist for assistance.

Language School Partners


Japanese Language School Affiliated with Tokyo International University
Nagasaki International University (accepts ex-trainees)
Yokohama Design College
Vantan Language School
Yamanote International School
The Tokyo School of the Japanese Language

Friend Language Academy

Akamon Association

Merrick Japanese Language School
Shinwa Foreign Language Academy
Tochigi International Education Institute

AND MORE

Part-Time Jobs (Arubaito)
Here are the list of some of our partner companies where students can have their part time work (may be change depending on the demand):

Company Name Address
Sennari Foods Co., Ltd. Saitama-ken, Soka-shi, Yoshicho 4-4-43
Urashima Service, Inc. Kanagawa-ken, Kawasaki-shi, Takatsu-ku, Shimonoge 2-14-1
Hotel Monterey Co., Ltd. Kanagawa-ken, Yokohama-shi, Naka-ku, Yamashita-cho 6-1
Super Hotel Co., Ltd. Tokyo-to, Taito-ku, Ueno 5-23-12
Hotel East 21 Tokyo Tokyo-to, Koto-ku, Toyo 6-3-3
Grand Cuisine, Inc. Tokyo-to, Chiyoda-ku, Marunochijieipitawa 1-9-1 Tokyo Station No. 1 B 1st Floor
Nudeware Tokyo-to, Koto-ku, Shinkiba 2-6-4
Toyo Service, Inc. Kanagawa-ken, Yokohama-shi, Seya-ku 3-9-18
Yu-I Group Co., Ltd. Tokyo-to, Itabashi-ku, Hasune 1-173-2
Eikosya Co., Ltd. Tokyo-to, Shinjuku-ku, Takadanobaba 4-37-2-202
Birudaiko, Co., Ltd. Tokyo-to, Shinagawa-ku, Kitashinagawa 4-7-36
Fujikoh Co., Ltd. Kanagawa-ken, Kawasaki-shi, Saiwa-ku, Komukai-cho 13-7
Marumo Industrial Co., Ltd. Tokyo-to, Arakawa-ku, Higashinippori 3-4-2
Wakou, Inc. Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Hamamatsu-cho 1-4-8-508
Top Group Co., Ltd. Tokyo-to, Ota-ku, Kamiikedai 2-37-11
Gurunavi, Inc./td> Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Toranomon 1-1-28 Toto Building B1F
Nihonbachi Benmatsu Co., Ltd Tokyo-to, Koto-ku, Eitai 1-1-9
Kamakuratei, Inc. Tokyo-to, Koto-ku, Minamisuna 5-7-23
Hanoi no Hoisan Shop Tokyo-to, Shibuya-ku, Sakuragaoka-cho 17-6
Pioneer System Tokyo-to, Shinagawa-ku, Higashigotanda 2-5-2
Marusen Co., Ltd. Tokyo-to, Kunitachi-shi, Yaho 367
AND MORE

Monthly Salary Vs. Monthly Expenses

The table below shows a one's expenses per month (computed based on average spending patterns of a student or OFW in Japan). As shown below, your monthly salary, even if you are only working part-time, is highly sufficient to cover your expenses.

Part-time Salary Vs. Cost Of Living

EXPENSES COST PER MONTH
Food Php 15,000
Accommodation (after 3 months of stay in Japan) Php 16,000
Transportation Php 3,000
Health Insurance Php 1,000
Mobile Phone Php 2,000
Utilities (Electricity, water, internet, etc.) FREE (included in the accommodation)
Minimum Salary in Japan: Php 460/hour x 112 hours per month = Php 51,520.00
Estimated Savings: Php 14,520.00 per month or Php 174,240.00 in a year!
Note: Savings seen above is for working a minimum wage job on weekdays only. Imagine, you can even earn up to Php70,000.00 a month by being an English teacher. And you still have your weekends free. So you have more opportunities to save!

* DISCLAIMER: This is subject to change so please consult our JEP staff for the updated costing and ROI.