The JET Programme aims to promote grass-roots internationalisation at the local level by inviting university graduates from around the world, including Australia to participate in internationalisation initiatives and be involved in foreign language education. As an Assistant Language Teacher, participants are placed mainly in public or private schools, or local boards of education. ALTs assist…

Experienced Australian teachers are given the opportunity to conduct research on schooling in Japan at Japanese universities through the MEXT Teacher Training Students Scholarship. Course content varies with each institution but can include: educational administration (educational administration and finance, school management) educational methods (classroom teaching, learning system theory, curriculum, and educational assessment) specialised subject research…

The MEXT Research Scholarship gives Australian university graduates the opportunity to study graduate courses in Japanese universities. MEXT will cover tuition, a return international airfare to Japan and also pays allowance of ¥143,000 per month (approximately AUD $1700). Selection is conducted through application documents, language examinations and interviews.

The JET Programme aims to promote grass-roots internationalisation at the local level by inviting university graduates from around the world, including Australia, to participate in internationalisation initiatives and be involved in foreign language education. As a Coordinator for International Relations (CIR), participants assist local government offices in international and/or economic exchange activities at the local…