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.
I entered the Graduate School of International Development at Nagoya University. I am interested in promoting global equality and development. I chose the Graduate School of International Development at Nagoya University because it was the first graduate school in Japan to be established in this field. Before I decided to attend this school, I contacted my professor beforehand and made some proposals for my research proposal. From our conversations it became clear that Nagoya University was a very good fit for me. Nagoya is a very quiet city and it is also a good place to study, which was one of the reasons why I chose Nagoya University.

Q.What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
I would like to work for an international cooperation organization and support education in developing countries while studying it. At the moment, I am mainly studying international relations and education, but I think I will also need to have knowledge of sociology, policy, education, etc.

Q.Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
I think the learning environment at TCJ is very good. Before I enrolled at TCJ, I was at JLPT N2 level, but I was able to get to N1 level in one year. The teachers at TCJ do not only help students learn Japanese, but they also provide guidance for higher education. Also, there is a self-study room, so I can study hard. The part-time job gives me a chance to interact with a variety of customers, and I think it is useful for using Japanese language. However, since studying is the most important thing, I think it is better to limit the pace of my part-time job when considering my goal of entering a university.

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