The EU-Japan Centre is currently accepting applications for its yearly training programme in Japan: “Get Ready for Japan”. This year’s session is finally back to its physical format in Tokyo.
About the Get Ready For Japan – cultural training for EU managers
Since 1987, more than 600 companies across Europe have benefited from the knowledge and concrete tools for better approaching the Japanese market provided by the Centre’s training programmes. The 2-week ‘Get Ready for Japan’ scheme offers EU managers the unique opportunity to experience and understand both the cultural and economic elements which define and explain Japan's business and technological achievements.  You can find in this article a testimonial and an interview with two participants to the 2022 session, which was held in a digital format due to the pandemic. The Centre is pleased to announce that physical sessions in Japan will resume in 2023!
Get Ready For Japan (GRFJ) training video

Everything you want to know in 4 min about our 'Get Ready For Japan' training!
✅What is it?
✅Who are the beneficiaries?
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Get Ready For Japan (GRFJ) training video

Everything you want to know in 4 min about our 'Get Ready For Japan' training!
✅What is it?

Last call to apply - Get Ready For Japan training mission 2020

The Centre is launcing its last call to apply to "Get Ready for Japan", a 2-week training programme in Japan on Japanese culture.

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