Japanese Language StudyBasicPre-IntermediateIntermediateHigh IntermediatePre-AdvancedAdvancedNear Native➡➡➡➡➡➡As shown on the right, to find employment in Japan, students need at least a High Intermedi-ate level of Japanese.Japanese Proficiency Requirement for Employment in JapanMinimum RequirementIdealCase 2 Jane who has intermediate level JapaneseIn advanced level courses, students learn Business Japanese and after achiev-ing the required procien-cy level can start taking SSS courses in Japanese.(N2)*(N1)*Takes advanced level Japanese course and SSS courses in JapaneseRequired to take 5 Japanese classes per week for 1 yearIn her rst year, Jane studies and boosts her prociency levels.Japanese Language Study during TAISICase 1 Peter who has never studied JapaneseBy continuing to take Jap-anese languages courses, it is possible for Peter to reach the ideal prociency level desired by Japanese employers.FACT80% of SSS students who began at the basic level have chosen to continue to their studies beyond the required 2 years.Taking Japanese classes beyond the requirementRequired to take 5 Japanese classes per week for 2 yearsDependent on effort, it is possible for Peter to reach the minimum language requirement for employment in Japan in 2 years.*Level of JLPT scores. The JLPT is a language proficiency test conducted by the Japan Foundation and the Japan Educational Exchanges and Services to measure and certify non-native Japanese speakers.As students studying and living in Japan, it is important that TAISI students have an understanding of the lan-guage, especially if they hope to nd employment in Japan. We do realize that Japanese Language prociency levels will vary among incoming students and (as shown in the chart below) can accommodate Japanese Lan-guage Study to each student's needs.JapaneseProficiencyLevelsSuccess after Graduation2018 Academic Year: Post-Graduation Paths of all Waseda English-based Undergraduate pro-gram Alumni (708 students)Waseda University was ranked #1 among private universities in Japan for Graduate Employability by QS Graduate Employability Ranking 2020.As of April, 2019Graduateschool15%Employed71%Others14%Japanese companies 75%Foreigncompanies25%Waseda43%Overseas50%Japan7%708 students2018 Academic YearJAPANESE LANGUAGE STUDY 13

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