Internship Programs between India and Japan
The application period is from 26 November 2018 to 17:00 on 10 January 2019, Japan Standard Time (GMT+0900).
Fill in online application form and upload the required application materials by 5 pm (Japan time) Thursday, January 31, 2019.
(Application for 2019 starts 15 November 2018.)
※For more information on courses, scholarships and student life in Japan please visit:
Website of Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
※Overall English Programs for UG/PG
Japanese universities now offer courses taught in English at undergraduate, Master’s and doctorate levels. Language is no longera barrier to study in Japan. Depending on the program and the university, application requirements may include standardized tests,entrance exams and interviews. There are may courses taught in English in Japan for pursuit of your study as follows.
・Information offered by
JASSO (Japan Student Services Organization) : University Degree Courses offered in English (PDF : 509 KB)
・Information offered by
The University of Tokyo : Degree Programs Offered in English
Announcement from the Coordinator for Study in Japan
Success Stories from Indian Executives and Postdoctoral Fellows
Messages from Indians Studying in Japan
There are more than 1,369 Japanese companies in India as of October, 2017. In addition to automobile companies, electronics firms, heavy machinery firms have also begun operations in India. Furthermore, there are a wide range of service firms from advertising to logistics. The Japanese Government is also providing official assistance to develop several infrastructure projects across India including the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor, Delhi Freight Corridor, Metro Rail and ring road projects and Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Railway. The Japanese Government is also involved with the development of the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IIT-H). The wide gamut of Japanese investment activities in India has created a demand for people who understand Japanese culture and technology. This need for skilled human capital will only increase in the years to come.
In Japan, an increasing number of multinational and smaller companies are hiring international graduates of Japanese universities to work in Japan. As they expand their operations abroad there is a growing need for a diverse and multicultural workforce for Japanese companies.
【Please refer to the following websites.】
(Job Hunting Guide for International Students by JASSO)
(Website for International Students by UTokyo)
METI Government of Japan
Japan Internship Program
METI Japan Internship Program Facebook
Life as a student in Japan