Work in Japan: jobs and internship opportunities

Treballar al Japó: oportunitats laborals i de pràctiques

Connect Job: a bridge between students and companies


Hello, this Connect Job Agent from Tokyo.

Today, we’re happy to announce that we are hosting a seminar: “Work in Japan: jobs and internship opportunities”!

What is Connect Job, you ask? With a network of 700 universities worldwide, we are supporting young talents from 100+ countries to take challenges overseas. HQ in Japan and 10 brunches around the world. Our recruitment events have 38,000 participants in 20 countries (2009-2014). There will be also the biggest interview fair in London this coming November, planned and hosted by Connect Job Agent. Every year there are a lot of renowned Japanese big corporations flying into London to recruit both Japanese and non-Japanese students with Japanese language skills, from all over Europe! Connect Job Agent serves as a bridge between students and companies, supporting you all the way through to the final selection stage.

In this seminar, we would like to talk about
- Job market in Japan: Why Japanese employers are actively looking for European Talent?
- How it is like to work for Japanese employers: What are the advantages and disadvantages?
- The current available positions and events
- What is the interview/ selection process of Japanese employers
Followed by the Q&A session.

Date: May 8th Wednesday 2019
Time: 13:00-14:00
Location: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Facultat de Traducció i d’Interpretació, Room Carles Riba (K/004)

How to apply:
Please press going on Facebook here:
Sign up beforehand here:
(Here, you need to 'sign up' first, then 'log in' and 'select' your university name on the list below the page, and then 'apply'.)

For any further inquiries, contact us here:

We hope to see you all very soon!



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