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Cinnamon

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Hi!

I am a Spanish Electrical / Electronics engineer student graduating in one month. I was an intern in an engineering company for half year in Osaka, Japan.

I wonder if I have a fair chance of getting a job in Japan given that my Japanese level is not so good (Around JLPT 3 out of 5) and I do not have a Japanese working visa.

Thanks!
 

Glenski

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About the only place that would hire you is a foreign branch of a company. Some of them don't require much Japanese.
 

Mike Cash

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I would suggest contacting someone where you interned and asking them what your prospects are. They know the industry and its needs as well as knowing you and your skills.
 

cocoichi

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How about saving for a 6 month intensive language course? With dedication from your side (don't miss class and study after school) and a bit feeling for the language you should be able to get from JLPT 3 to 2. That's the minimum level many japanese companies will consider you. In those 6 months you'll also be able to network and contact companies.
 

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