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Teaching visa question! 2022/4/11 19:20

I have a UK passport, but I was a naturalised citizen so I don't actually have 12 years of education in an English-only school. My high school taught in mixed languages.
I have a question about the visa requirement to teach English in Japan.
I am aware that there is a need for '12 years of education in English'. Does that apply to people with passports from English-speaking countries?
I have a UK passport, but I was a naturalised citizen so I don't actually have 12 years of education in English-only school. My high school taught in mixed languages.
Does anyone know if I qualify? THANK YOU!

by Kait (guest)  

Re: Teaching visa question! 2022/4/13 11:57
I believe aside from the primary education being in English for 12 years, you also need to have a bachelor's degree or at least 10 years experience in your field of which you're trying to get a visa.

I'd check online for the requirements just in case too.
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