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For teaching English in Japan in a university position, a Master's degree is almost always one of the requirements. See our page on Graduate Degrees in TEFL for information on programs available via distance learning, as well as residential programs either in Japan or suited for the Japanese academic calendar.

A guide to finding a job teaching English in Japan (A TEiJ.net section)

Info. source for getting started teaching English in Japan. Job listings, apartment, visa and passport information. Japanese culture and etiquette section. Free on-line Japanese lessons. Comparison chart for salaries and benefits of the top 5 English schools in Japan. Interview & resume tips and an action guide for teaching in Japan.

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Hear about the JET Program in the JETs' own words.

Site outlining which universities give limited-term employment to people based on nationality (i.e. to foreign faculty), not qualification. These are the universities to avoid when applying for a job. There are also links within to the Greenlist (institutions which also give unlimited, permanent-tenured positions regardless of nationality).

ESL teacher community featuring ESL job listings in Japan and other countries worldwide.

Website dedicated to international recruitment - find a job or an internship abroad! Employers: send your offers in one or several of the five languages available and find candidates with international profiles!

Place where Expats both in and outside of Japan share their experiences and wisdom

Let SnagAJob help you find a job that 's right for you. No matter your skills or experience, SnagAJob can find a job that 's what you 've been looking for.

This Forum is for people interested in Japan and the Japanese culture. Here you can find others who share your interests and with whom you can discuss various topics, from Japanese food, movies, music to anime or history. You might also find help on visas, regulations for foreigners living in Japan or accommodations, as we have several members who have been living in Japan for years now.

Information and advice for those interested in teaching at universities and colleges in Japan. Article written by Charles Jannuzi & Bern Mulvey

English teaching job site, searchable by location, type, experience and Japanese level. Includes language school company profiles.

The JET Programme invites young university graduates from overseas to participate in international exchange and foreign language education throughout Japan. Most JETs are AETs (Assistant English Teachers). Good salary.

Monbukagakusho. The official English version of the homepage of MEXT, the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.

Information on the pension system for full-time university employees and how foreign teachers stand to lose a bundle if they do not remain in the system for a full 25 years.