Teach in Japan - No Japanese, no problem?

Teach in Japan - No Japanese, no problem?



Hi, I am currently studying History and Social Studies for Secondary Education at University and have taken a few Japanese language classes and am very interested in the idea of ESL teaching. My question is is it necessary to be able to speak Japanese in order to obtain a job in ESL?


Obviously it would help for living there, but is it generally a requirement of the positions. I don't intend to not further my limited knowledge of Japanese, just right now with schoolwork I don't have much time for something that doesn't fit into my degree. Thanks for the help!

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Teach in Japan - Need Japanese?
by: Kevin Burns

Teach in Japan - Need Japanese?

No you don`t need Japanese to get a teaching
position here. It helps for some jobs, but
it isn`t necessary for most.

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