Japanese Level at Admission / N4
Q.What kind of career path did you take after graduating from TCJ? Also, please tell us the reason why you chose your career path.
I enrolled in Waseda Humanities School, Faculty of Interpretation and Tour Guide. I am a person who loves learning foreign languages, especially subjects that require dynamism, thinking and investment. As someone who likes to travel, learn about tourism, and Japanese culture, I choose this subject with the hope that I will bring me knowledge and interesting experiences from the country of the rising sun. . With that, I understood the importance of practicing Japanese while living in Japan. Currently, not only trainees, Vietnamese workers throughout Japan but also companies, governments ... need translators, supporters are a bridge for sharing and connecting. between Vietnam and Japan. Understanding its needs and importance, I have always dreamed of becoming a bright candidate for such good cooperation and for Vietnamese workers who are not good at Japanese.

Q.What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
In the future, I want to become an interpreter for the governments of Vietnam and Japan. I realize the importance of being an ambassador as a bridge for the cooperation in economic development between the two countries. Japan is the world's third largest economic power. Despite its limited natural resources and chronic natural disasters, the spirit of self-reliance is stronger than ever. I always hope that Vietnam will have breakthroughs thanks to the cooperation with Japan to enhance its position in the international arena in the future. Now that I am studying translation and tour guide, I see that translation is a subject that requires dexterity, proficiency, and thinking. I always want to challenge challenges and set goals. So I will try my best to learn Japanese well and practice, to fulfill my dream.

Q.Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
Every effort will be paid off. At TCJ house, we always have the safety, the enthusiastic guidance, the enthusiasm of the teachers. When entering TCJ, we will get to know you from different countries, isn't that great? In order to study well, you should be more proactive in learning, listen to advice from teachers, who have their own aspirations and have their own beliefs, please feel free to share. For me, the classroom is the home, each of you is brothers, teachers are parents. You will be oriented to choose a school, to choose a career in the future. Furthermore, Learning Japanese is really important, because we live and work using Japanese every day. So let's work hard for yourself and for the teachers' expectation!

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