The MBA programs under GLOBIS University have been designated as an education and training facility by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. If certain conditions are satisfied, the maximum benefits of 560,000 JPY can be granted to the MBA students over 1 year. To see the specification of benefit conditions (明示書), please click here.
Specialized Practice Education and Training Benefits support mid- and long-term career development for workers and promote employment stability and re-employment.
Workers covered by employment insurance who have satisfied certain conditions and complete the Specialized Practice Education and Training designated by the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare, Hello Work will reimburse a portion of their education and training expenses. (From the Home Page of Hello Work)
For details, please contact the Hello Work office that has jurisdiction over your home address.
The maximum amount to be paid is 560,000 JPY.
Example of tuition/benefits upon using this system
To be eligible, you must meet the following criteria:
You need to have been eligible for employment insurance for at least 2 years cumulatively or have lost eligibility no more than a year before the start of the program.
You need to have been eligible for employment insurance for at least 3 years cumulatively between the start of the previous course that was subject to the previous benefits and the start of the program. The total amount of the benefits available is 1.68 million JPY over 10 years.
Note: The University is unable to determine your eligibility. Please contact Hello Work with inquiries regarding eligibility.
If you are eligible to apply for the Specialized Practice Education and Training Benefits and meet certain conditions (e.g., being unemployed and under the age of 45), you also may be eligible for Specialized Practice Education and Training Support. You will receive 80% of “the basic daily allowance*” every two months for your period of study. Please contact Hello Work for more details.
*The basic daily allowance is the allowance provided by Employment Insurance. It amounts to around 40% to 80% of “daily wages” during employment, the value of which is obtained by dividing the total wages of the past six months just before leaving work by 180 days. There is an upper limit for the basic daily allowance.