Being a student is tough. While the cup ramen may be better in Japan, money worries are international. (Plus, don’t you want to try the real stuff?) The solution for many hungry undergraduates around the world is a part-time job.
Before the pandemic, the number of international students in Japan was steadily rising. They were here to join language schools, high-ranking universities and colleges, as well as to experience a new and exciting culture. Now with borders opening up, students are back and looking to subsidize their life in Japan.
Visas can be complicated. Here are some questions you may have:
Can I work on a student visa?
Yes, but you need to ask for permission first. If you don’t have any other terms