Internship: Internship Program (unpaid) in Japan at Ibaraki Christian University (TEFL)

Ibaraki Christian University offers opportunities for students at colleges and universities in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK and the US to explore teaching English at a university in Japan. You can find information on the entire program including Testimonials from previous interns via the ten links at the bottom of this page. After reading these pages thoroughly, if you have any specific questions about our internship program, please feel free to contact us.

The application form can be downloaded here. Please download it and input the information on your computer. This form works best with Adobe PDF Reader.

Additional Information

If you would like any additional information please feel free to contact us at Please change the at to an @ mark. If you are having any trouble with the email address, you can reach us via Facebook by searching for Gendaieigo.

We have tried to be as detailed as possible in our explanation about our internship program. However, some of the details may change. Applicants should feel free to contact us at any time with questions or comments. First though, please reread our web pages as the information here will be updated regularly.

We are now accepting applications for internships for the academic year from April 2018 to March 2019. We encourage applying early as we will stop recruiting once all the positions have been filled. 

You may have come to this page through an advertisement we have previously released. Please note we have moved our information to the below links to enable us to provide important information in a clearer and more timely manner. We appreciate your understanding.

For more information:

About Paula

Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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