Japan Centre of Excellence

Creating Japanese Standard Workforce

At Japanese Centre of Excellence ( Jaceex) we strive to empower students to tackle challenges and take on new experiences. Below you’ll find the information you need about our courses, our team, or our methodology. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us today.


Japanese  Language Courses

Path to a a great career

Japanese Centre of Excellence provides an integrated course schedule of learning through exploration, scrutiny, and self-reflection. Our classes combine hands-on experience with knowledge-based teaching - take a look at our offerings and contact Japanese Centre of Excellence to learn more.

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JLPT N5-Japanese Language Course

Live Online Classes

  • 150 hours of Class

  • 150  Kanji and 1000 Words

  • Understand basic Japanese

  • Linguistic Competency Achieved at end of Course:
    Reading : One is able to read and understand typical expressions and sentences written in hiragana, katakana, and basic kanji.
    Listening : One is able to listen and comprehend conversations about topics regularly encountered in daily life and classroom situations, and is able to pick up necessary information from short conversations spoken slowly.

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JLPT N4-Japanese Language Course

Live online Classes

  • 180 Hours Class

  • 300 Kanji and 1500 Words

  • Understand Basic Japanese

  • Linguistic Competency Achieved at end of Course:
    Reading : One is able to read and understand passages on familiar daily topics written in basic vocabulary and kanji.
    Listening : One is able to listen and comprehend conversations encountered in daily life and generally follow their contents, provided that they are spoken slowly.

Adult Students

JLPT N3-Japanese Language Course

Live Online Classes
Class Room Teaching in Japan

  • 200 Hours Class

  • 600 Kanji and 3000 Words

  • Undersstanding of Evreday life situations

  • Linguistic Competency Achieved at end of Course:
    Reading :

            ・One is able to read and understand written materials with specific contents concerning everyday topics.
            ・One is also able to grasp summary information such as newspaper headlines.
            ・In addition, one is also able to read slightly difficult writings encountered in everyday situations and understand the main points of the content if some alternative phrases are available to aid one’s understanding.

    Listening :

    ・One is able to listen and comprehend coherent conversations in everyday situations, spoken at near-natural speed, and is generally able to follow their contents as well as grasp the relationships among the people involved.

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JLPTN2-Japanese  Language Course

Class Room Course in Japan

This course has been highly regarded by countless students throughout the years, and has provided the perfect foundation to enter the next level of learning. Get in touch with questions or to learn more.

Land of the Rising Sun

Oppurtunity Japan

Known for its remarkable work culture and outstanding standard of living, Japan boasts the world’s third-largest economy. Its economic strength is not only a result of the strong research and development industry that underlies successful international brands such as Nissan, Toyota, Panasonic, Canon and Sony – as well as producing robots for every need imaginable, but also a very rich tradition of “Japanese ways of doing it”. Unsurprisingly, an excellent higher education system lies behind all this innovation.


Study and Work in Japan

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Internships in Japan

Japan offers a variety of options to aspirants seeking for internships in the country’s top industries. Automobile, construction, hospitality management, arts and graphics, content development, food processing, agriculture, manufacturing, textile etc. are few of the many sectors which are ready to accept interns. Such internships can be both short term as well as long term (upto one year).
Jaceex facilitates such internships with proper guidance to the aspirants. Moreover, Jaceex also organizes experience tours for interested individuals as well as groups. Such tours give a fair idea of the Japanese societal norms and culture. Also, the tours highlight the Japanese standard of work environment and their continuous progress as an economy.

School Exchange Programe

  • This is an exclusive program conducted by JACEEX where students from various schools in Japan are exchanged with students from various schools here. The objective is to create awareness and work in tandem with both the governments of India and Japan in its Look East Policy. Such programs are of 2-3 weeks and students and school representatives take part in it.

Graduation and Post Graduation Courses

As the industrial and technical hub of Asia, Japan has been at the forefront of progress in many areas – from the bullet train to robots to telecommunications, Japan’s major cities often seem light-years ahead of the rest of the world. As an ambitious postgraduate student is there anywhere more exciting in the world to continue your studies? In Tokyo, Japan’s capital, you will find over 100 universities sitting alongside Michelin starred restaurants and skyscrapers in what have been called the ‘most livable megapolis’ in the world. Tokyo is also the biggest metropolitan area on the planet, has the highest number of Fortune 500 companies (51 of anywhere), and is at the forefront of finance, publishing, broadcasting and transportation. Clearly, choosing to study for a graduate program in Japan will offer you far more than just an academic education.

The Japanese academic year runs from April to March. The country has around 780 universities, a number of which are world-leading. The most prominent include:

  • The University of Tokyo (also noted as the best university in Asia*)

  • Kyoto University

  • Tokyo Institute of Technology

  • Osaka University

  • Tohoku University

There are two options for postgraduate study in Japan:

  • Masters programs – two years

  • Doctoral programs – five years

All universities have different requirements for graduate programs, but as a general rule students must have completed 16 years of formal education (including an undergraduate degree), or 18 years for medical and dental courses. Approximately 80% of Japan’s universities are private – there are four times more private universities than public.

(Source: internationalgradutate.net)

Vocational and Professional Courses in Japan

It is a worldwide known fact that the Japanese standard of vocational skills is beyond anybody’s imagination. As a matter of fact, it has been found that 87% of the Japanese population is vocationally skilled, where as in India it hovers around only 4-5%. Thus, opting for a vocational/professional course in Japan can really boost up career profiles.
Jaceex is a perfect platform for students having interest in such fields. Jaceex facilitates students with proper guidance and language training in order to make students eligible for opting such courses.

Work in Japan

Work and job opportunities have grown up tremendously off late in Japan due to certain reasons. With the Government of Japan allowing foreign students to come and work with them, tremendous opportunity of developing Japanese standard skill sets as well as earning good fortune has boomed up. Being one of the world’s leading economies, the country offers perfect working environment and companies are well known for taking extremely good care of their employees. Moreover, Japanese companies being situated globally give one the chances of working globally too.

  • Caregiver, agriculture, construction, machinery and metals, textile, fishing, food manufacturing, automobile are few of the leading sectors where there is extreme demand of workforce. On the other hand Translator/Interpreter/BPO jobs are also available at plenty and are purely dependent upon one’s linguistic skill sets.

Opportunities for Indians in Japan:

  • Engineering Graduates: (IT / Telecom / ENTC /Comp Science etc.): There is a huge shortage and hence a big demand for web, Mobile, Game, Systems, Embedded Software engineers.

  • Engineering Graduates: (Mechanical / Civil): Construction and Infrastructure and manufacturing jobs, both in Japan as well with Japanese Companies working in India.

  • Health Care and Hospitality Management Professionals:Since Japan is an ageing society, elder care becomes its top priority. Moreover, being an international hub Japan attracts huge number of visitors across various traits and thus its hospitality sector becomes a prominent one for the country.

  • Other Professionals and School Pass / Diploma Holders: Elder Care and Nursing, Retail, Agriculture, Hospitality, Airlines, Construction, Electric Power Production and Distribution, Senior Living Care, manufacturing Trade, Auto Services, Maintenance and Support, Information Technology, Tourism etc.

  • Management Students: Supply chain management, trading, engineering management, retail management, operations, support services to industries etc.

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Lamb Road- Ambari
Assam -India

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