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「Study Go Work JAPAN」gets a makeover and welcomes「FAST OFFER」!

Introducing FAST OFFER International

Application is free and there are zero hidden costs.

We recognize the remarkable technical skills of students from overseas. In our many years of experience, we have seen many students who were deterred by the cost and the lack of support, and gave up looking for their desired job. At FAST OFFER International, we want to transform the way students look for jobs.

This program, formerly the Study Go Work JAPAN Program, has changed its name from 1st of April 2022 to accommodate more people with varying needs. We hope to be able to eventually help talents from all backgrounds at different stages of academic level achievement find their career in Japan.



Japan has a more rigid and extensive recruitment process compared to other countries. The process of looking for companies, writing your resume by hand and sending them in, studying about the companies, and actually going to interviews can be daunting for many, especially for those applying from overseas.

At FAST OFFER International, there is no need to have a comprehensive understanding of the overall process as our specialized consultants will be there to guide you and recommend you to companies for free. Saving yourself a lot of time and effort in the process.



Unlike other employment support programs, FAST OFFER International has its own process in introducing students to Japanese companies. We have our in-house matching system that alerts both candidates and companies whether a match has been made. If both parties are interested, interviews can be scheduled.

Our program also offers various interview preparation steps, from interview orientation with mock interviews, and even 1-on-1 mentoring sessions if deemed necessary.

We do our best to find ways in helping you ace your interviews, at absolutely 0 cost.



Those who received a job offer will need to worry about what needs to be done to be able to come to Japan. 

FAST OFFER International, along with your future employer, can help you prepare for new life chapter in Japan. From securing visas, finding you a place to live, to fetching you from the airport. We want to see you get settled in Japan worry-free.

Why apply for the program?







From start to finish. We, at ASIA to JAPAN, provide holistic support to all candidates from getting them matched for interviews all the way to when they start showing results in their respective companies. We are them every step of the way.


Step 1. Apply Online

Apply through our website and build your profile. 

Step 2. Online Screening

We will screen through candidates who have the characteristics that companies are looking for. The length of this process varies from person to person, and results are announced via email.

Step 3. Company Selection

Those who pass the online screening are invited to a 30-minute one-on-one online consulting session.
This is where we try to get to know you better and ask about what kind of job you are looking for, where in Japan you want to work, what kind of industry you are interested in, etc. to make sure that you get matched with companies that would interest you.

We then recommend you to various companies to help you stand out from the rest of the participants that may not be interested. The companies look through the list of the candidates for that round and choose the candidates they would like to interview.

Step 4. Pre-Interview Process

If you get selected for interviews, we contact you and help you prepare for the interviews in advance. We have an orientation where you can either have a mock interview, company and job explanation, depending on what you need.

If you require more help, we may also schedule a one-on-one mentor session with one of the veterans in the industry we are partnered with to help you prepare better for the interviews by providing you insight on how to answer certain questions, or helping you practice your Final Year Project presentation in Japanese.

All these are extra steps we take for you to improve your chances of getting a job offer.

Step 4. Interviews

You get to be interviewed, and the number of rounds depend on the needs of the company/ies interviewing you.  If all goes well, you get offered a job offer!


We want you if you fit all of the following requirements:

  • You are currently studying or studied Engineering or IT in university (Civil Engineering and Architecture not included)
  • You are under 26 years old
  • You have JLPT N4 or its equivalent

We want you if you fit all of the following requirements:

  • You are currently studying or studied arts or humanities in university (Civil Engineering and Architecture not included)
  • You are under 26 years old
  • You have JLPT N2 or its equivalent

We want you if you fit all of the following requirements:

  • You are have some work experience as an IT engineer
  • You are under 30 years old
  • You have JLPT N3 or its equivalent

Read About Successful Candidates


His major is aviation engineering, but he’s also interested in mechanical engineering classes. He is an intern and has experience in designing mechanical lines at SOLIDWORKS. His research is on the mechanical behavior of metal lattices with different topologies under quasi-static compression by laminated modeling, under the guidance of professors and doctors. He is cheerful and energetic, and has a strong desire to complete conversations and descriptions in Japanese.


A woman with a bachelor’s degree in computer science. Her research theme is the formal verification of IoT and MQTT protocols. Currently working as a web mobile engineer at a Japanese company in India. Meetings and document preparation may be conducted in Japanese, so communication in Japanese is possible.


A student of COEP’s Department of Materials Engineering and Minor of Information Engineering, which is the top college of Pune University. In his graduation research, he plans to study materials for electromagnetic shields. In the three-year project, he conducted research on corrosion control of machines and airplanes used in the aerospace industry. During the internship, as a material engineer, he experienced testing materials used for motorcycles and working as a mathematical model of magnesium for automobiles. In addition, he is also interested in finance and programming and has various knowledge. He’s one who can communicate calmly.


She holds the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N1 at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, which is a high-ranking university in the inland China where the automobile industry is thriving, and has a native level of English. The research theme is how to make a cipher using the error of an electronic circuit using PUF (Physically Unclonable Function).