Japanese Level at Admission / N2
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 plan to enter Yokohama National University's International Social Science Faculty to continue my studies in economics, and marketing. I majored in international economics and trade in college and my graduation thesis was related to Japan. In the process of writing my thesis, I read many articles related to Japanese economy, management, and marketing and became interested in Japanese management. After graduating from college, I decided to come to Japan to study abroad and continue to study marketing-related content, and while improving my knowledge, I also wanted to find issues that really interested and concerned me in the field of marketing and study them.
Q. What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
After graduating from the seminary, I am planning to continue my doctoral studies. There is a lot of very interesting theoretical knowledge in the field of marketing, such as consumer action theory, brand, price and product correspondence. In addition, as an analytical tool, we need to learn about statistics, econometrics and the use of software to improve our professionalism through practical case studies. I think that two years are not enough to learn these contents. I want to learn more specialized knowledge and improve my level of competence in these four years of semester + doctorate.
Q. Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
The class teacher at TCJ was very conscientious and responsible, and provided me with a lot of help with care and patience. Under the guidance of my teacher, I was able to prepare my interview script, research proposal, and other school-related documents smoothly, and my Japanese language skills improved. In addition, although I had studied some knowledge related to economic management when I was in Japan, I thought that this alone was not enough for me to get into a good university. After you come to Japan, besides preparing Japanese, you must not leave behind your professional knowledge.
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