Story of Clemence at Linguage Japanese Language School who has received a job offer

Listen to the story of Clemence at Linguage Japanese Language School who has received a job offer.

Voices from Students

Voices from Students

Listen to the stories of students who studied
business Japanese and who have received job offers.
Travel with the graduating students who have received job offers
from companies that they always dreamed of.

Voices from students・Clemence 1

The teachers at Linguage
really helped me in all aspects,
teaching me manners in interviews.

Clemence

Major:MarketingApparel company

Even before coming to Japan I knew what job I wanted. It has been my goal for several years and I refused to go other ways. I knew it would take time but didn’t want to give up on my dream.
I started my job search almost as soon as I arrived here in Tokyo. It was an intense process because I’d go to two or three interviews a week, or two company seminars and one interview.
For a Japanese interview, you have to think about the content and how to word it, how to use correct Japanese, how to use polite Japanese. It was really exhausting to think about these two aspects all the time.
I was really happy when I could finally sign with the company that I wanted.

Support at Linguage Japanese Language School

The teacherss at Linguage really helped me in all aspects, teaching me manners in interviews. I started my job search as soon as I arrived here, so nobody had told me those manners before, so I really had to speed up the learning process for those interviews. Thanks to the teachers help and support, encouraging me saying “Just give it a try!” .

Voices from students・Clemence 2

Message to those with a dream of “I want to work in Japan”

If you don’t give up you will get used to job interviews in Japanese. Your Japanese will eventually get better. There are only good things to come out of it because even if you fail it still gives you more practice. Of course, it’s exhausting but worked out for me, it took a lot of time, but it worked. So, my advice is to practice, practice, practice, don’t give up and don’t hesitate to ask for help. Just continue toward your goal!