Sri Lanka
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.
After graduating from TCJ, I decided to go into the field of specialist in Humanities & International Relations.

The reason why I chose such a career was it provides me an insightful understanding into moral, ethical and ideological forces. By following a career related to Humanities & International relations, I was able to gain self-critical reflection, adaptability and self-teaching.
Q. What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
In future, I would like to follow up a MSc in Psychology in Waseda University, where it would help me to cultivate the professional skills which I always wanted to have a successful journey in my career as well as my life.

My second goal is to fundraising for animal charities, specially in my country & Japan. Helping animals in need can be an incredibly rewarding experience.

My third goals is to intern with a large company to gain much bigger experience in my life and to become an expert.
Q. Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
I planned to select a better language school in Tokyo where I could study the Japanese language and the culture. Then I come across the TCJ which was very much open to multicultural diversity.

Every teacher had their own unique techniques for their lessons and as a class we all enjoyed the lessons in TCJ . Everyday, my classmates including me was in very eager towards our Japanese lesson. The fun activities, games and the presentations what we did during the class time helped me to improve my Japanese language skills and it was even helpful for my career.

I felt the teachers as one of my own family since my teacher took me to go to the hospital when I got sick.

Since there was a lots of extracurricular activities too, I had a chance to travel with my teachers and classmates. It was such an unmemorable experience and even I was able to learn many things about Japanese culture.

I used to listen to Japanese podcasts to accelerate my Japanese language skills. I received homework and the following day, we all discuss our answers in the class. I was able to enrich my Japanese language skills with this practice.

So as for a piece of advice if someone wants to learn Japanese language, or to enter the university or even to pass JLPT exams in much fun and enthusiastic way, I think TCJ is the best option where one could find in the heart of Tokyo. TCJ helped me to achieve my dreams & goals.

I am very much greatful for my teachers who inspired me to begin this new chapter in my life, Funatsu Sensei, Satsuta Sensei, Nakamura Sensei & Tokuda Sensei. Thank you. 
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