Internship & Training

Government Of Japan Internship Program For All Foreigners

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Eligibility:

People who have full of skills and knowledge, and are currently living in either country on the OECD/DAC List except People’s Republic of China and

having the nationality of either country on the OECD/DAC List except People’s Republic of China.

Recruitment numbers: 200 interns

Application period

Course A: From 14 May 2021 to 30 June 2021

Course B: From 14 May 2021 to 31 August 2021

Place where interns do the internship Course A – Working in either of the designated workspace located in the 6 countries. Please see below for details.

The location of satellite office

Cambodia (Phnom Penh)

India ( Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Gurgaon)

Indonesia (Bandung / Jakarta)

Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)

Thailand (Bangkok)

Vietnam (Da Nang / Hanoi / HCMC)

Course B – Working in any place where you can focus on your duties, e.g. home, in either country on the OECD/DAC List except People’s Republic of China.

Internship period

(To be arranged) Course A : From 10 August to 8 October 2021

Course B : From 25 October to 22 December 2021

Approximately 35days of activity in both Course A and Course B

Application requirements

Applicants must meet all the following requirements:

 

□Understanding the purpose of this program and having the will to contribute to the host company’s activities with his/her skill and knowledge

□Living in either country on the OECD/DAC List except People’s Republic of China and

Having the nationality of either country on the OECD/DAC List except People’s Republic of China

□Being able to work as an intern for 4 hours per day, 5 days per week, Monday through Friday in the place agreed, in the case of the Course-A, a designated workspace.

□Having language proficiency in Japanese (JLPT N3 or higher) and/or in English (Business level).

□Submitting the following document(s):

→For Students of University or Graduate School: a letter of recommendation by his/her academic advisor

→For Graduates: a graduation certificate of university or graduate school

□Submitting a certificate of useful qualifications for internship (if applicable)

□Being able to attend the Pre- and post-orientation

□Being able to follow the instruction by JIP office and the host company.

Note: The applicant cannot apply if he/she has already participated in this program from FY2016 to FY2020.

Application & selection method

□Applications will be accepted online through the registration form on JIP office website.

□JIP office will conduct a document screening, first interview and second interview.

For Course A, the first interview will be conducted in either the official language of the country where the satellite office is located, Japanese, or English.

The second interview is conducted either in Japanese or English.

For Course B, all interviews will be conducted either in Japanese or English.

□The applicant may be asked to submit various documents (qualification from university, language skills etc.), letters of recommendation, and photographs during the selection process.

Main support for interns

1.Term allowance will be paid by local currency worth of 40,000 yen ( only for Course A )

It is provided to interns who have completed the entire process of Course A .

  1. Internship Insurance ( only for Course A )
  2. For Course A : Communication environment e.g. PC, Lan and landline telephone

For Course B : Lending of communication equipment e.g. PC, Wi-Fi and cell phone

Main responsibilities of interns

□Developing an internship plan (intern’s role, goals, etc.) in cooperation with a responsible person of the host company.

□Participating in pre-training, Kickoff training, follow-up training, and wrap-up presentation.

□Engaging in internship during the designated period.

□Being able to follow the instruction by JIP office and the host company.

□Keeping regular contact with the host company during the internship period.

□Keeping appropriate behavior required as a recipient of public funds from Japanese government.

This internship program does not offer an actual employment but work experience within certain period in Japanese company.

Internship Process

step1 Recruitment & Matching

step2 Determining Acceptance & Procedures

step3 Running Internships

step1 Recruitment & Matching

  1. Information Sessions Application

Course AMid May~Late June

Course BMid MayLate Aug.

Applicants must be Living in either country on the OECD/DAC List except People’s Republic of China and

Having the nationality of either country on the OECD/DAC List except People’s Republic of China.

Information sessions for interns will be held online. Applicants can apply for the internship even if he/she did not attend the information session.

Information sessions for host companies will also be held online.

Applications is accepted online through the entry form on JIP office website.

  1. Selection/ Matching

Course A Jul.~ Mid Aug.

Course B Sep.Late Oct.

Based on the content of the application, JIP office will check various elements, such as applicant’s aptitude, motivation, experience, skills, etc.

JIP office will conduct a document screening, first interview and second interview.

For Course A, the first interview will be conducted in either the official language of the country where the satellite office is located, Japanese, or English.

The second interview is conducted either in Japanese or English.

For Course B, all interviews will be conducted either in Japanese or English.

The applicant may be asked to submit additional documents for reference, such as a certification of certain skill which may be useful for internship, during the selection process.

JIP office will select and recommend the appropriate candidates to the host companies, according to their applications, along with their expectations and preferences.

The result of the matching will be informed to both the host company and the applicant. The matching will be established if both of them can accept the result.

Once a matching is established, you are not allowed to decline.

  1. The Screening Committee Matching

The Screening Committee approves the matching.

  1. Notification of results

After approval by the Screening Committee, a notice of acceptance will be sent to both the intern and the company. Based on this notification, the company and intern will begin to prepare for the internship activities.

  1. Finalization of contract

Contracts will be signed between JIP office and the host company, and between JIP office and the intern, defining the rules and obligations regarding the acceptance and implementation of the internship.

step2 Determining Acceptance & Procedures

Important Points to Confirm

Please read and agree to the following terms and conditions before applying.

  1. Submitting an application does not guarantee your participation to this program.
  2. JIP office will not respond to any inquiries regarding the selection process or reasons for acceptance/rejection.
  3. Even if the Screening Committee approves the application and the matching is completed, there is a possibility that the application will be cancelled due to unavoidable circumstances (e.g. natural disaster).
  4. After the matching is approved by the Screening Committee and is under mutual agreement, cancellation is not possible.
  5. Once the internship starts, it cannot be interrupted for the convenience of the company or the intern.
  6. As this is a government-funded internship program, the results of the internship will be published on the website, including the name of the company or institution, a summary of the internship, and information from interviews.

WEBSITE:

https://internshipprogram.go.jp/english/foreign/

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