x3Jer wrote:thats disappointing to hear, but its better i hear it now rather than later.. do you or anyone else happen to know a way a non college grad can get a visa to stay in japan longer than 90 days, doing something?
its not JET im in love with, its japan, and want to find a way to be able to get there, and find some way to make money (so that means studying abroad wont be an option for me)
edit: i am 21, Male, and located in Ohio, USA
There is a visa for designated activities which has one specifically for "University Internship" which allows for up to 1 year of working in Japan. This is what I used to work in Japan for 1 year without being a graduate. As long as you can find a good company that will support you, it is definitely possible. It must, however, be a university program. So if you are thinking about finding a job on your own as an individual, then no, you must have a degree.