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 entered the Faculty of International Tourism at Toyo University. I have always been interested in diverse cultures from all over the world and I like traveling, so I decided to study in this department. I thought I could learn about the world's cultures through travel. I am now a member of the department's service communication course, and my seminar theme is mainly cultural research. In the future, I would like to do a job through which I could contact with people from all over the world, so I need to improve not only my communication skills, but also my understanding of culture and my adaptive ability. Therefore, in the future I would like to study various cultures in depth while aiming to become an international person who can work in the tourism industry.
Q.What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
In the future, I would like to work as a ground staff member of a foreign hotel or as an international tour guide. I would like to be at the forefront of the international tourism industry and provide impressive service to people around the world by using my cultural studies and communication skills at university. I would like to gain as much experience as possible at university and do my best to become someone who can contribute to the international tourism industry.
Q.Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
When I entered TCJ, I wasn't even at JLPT N5 level, but my teachers helped me a lot and I was able to pass N1, and the process from preparing for college to passing was very smooth. There will always be difficult times when you study, but if you think about your goals and do your best, you will definitely get good results. TCJ has a study room and a lot of information that will help me to study and get a better education. Thanks to TCJ, I was able to grasp the future of my life. Please do not forget your original intentions after coming to Japan.