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

Listen to the story of Yuria 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・Yuria 1

They told me “let's think
together and find another
way”, so I could do it.

Yuria

Major:Industrial EngineeringReal estate company

I graduated from an Engineering College in Indonesia, where I learned Industrial Engineering. I worked for about 1,5 years as an intern in Indonesia. Then I entered Kyoto University to get my master’s degree. After graduation, I returned to Indonesia for a while and was looking for a job but decided that I want to go back to Japan and work here.
I asked the job agency that the company must be connected to Indonesia, because if they don’t have any interest in my country then I think there is no value in me. I cannot speak in Japanese, right, I can only speak in English and Indonesian.
I will work for a real estate company and I will help them expand their business successfully in Indonesia.

Support at Linguage Japanese Language School

At Linguage Japanese Language School, we learn how to use polite Japanese properly, we learn to use polite expressions for job-hunting, and then teachers also very eagerly introduce job fairs to us. And when we have a problem in Japan, they counsel and encourage us. They told me “let’s think together and find another way”, so I could do it. I think that most of the students here feel like their worries vanish because of the teachers’ support.

Voices from students・Yuria 2

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

Most of the companies require you to speak Japanese very well. I would like to add that if you haven’t graduated from a Japanese university probably it is quite difficult to find a job in Japan. To get that job, your Japanese ability must be very good. But if your Japanese is not that good, I think your work experience will help you a lot. Especially, if you have worked for a Japanese company in your country.