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 entered Gregg International College. After graduating from the language school, I have not been able to orient what I will do. After consulting with the teacher, I wanted to become an interpreter and after being directed and introduced about schools in Tokyo, I attended open campus sessions and learned. Finally, I chose to follow the translation department at this school. Right now I'm working towards my goal.

Q.What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
Because my dream is to become an interpreter, I will be an interpreter at an international company. To go to many places to learn from experiences about working and behaving from different people and companies, improve their knowledge more to perfect themselves. His long-term goals relate to his personal capacity development; and dedicate yourself to a company where you can continue to learn; have extra responsibility with the job; and dedicate yourself to the company. Hopefully after graduation, I will be applied to the company as I want.

Q.Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
In my opinion, when I entered TCJ, I thought I had the right place to cultivate my knowledge. Teachers were friendly, enthusiastic, had good facilities, and met many friends from many different countries to communicate with and learn about your culture.

In my opinion, in order to study well and understand more, you should pay attention to the lessons and if you do not understand, you can ask the teacher again, the teacher is always ready to take the time to answer those questions. . Each teacher at the school always has a different and different way of teaching to help you feel comfortable in class and learn more easily. In addition, please join the school's extracurricular activities to communicate more and learn and improve Japanese. The school also creates conditions and orientations for you when you prepare to enter college or university. Instructions to make profiles, how to choose schools, how to interview, etc ... to help you be confident and have the best attitude when taking the exam. I am very grateful to the teachers at the school and especially the homeroom teacher who helped and taught me a lot during the 2 years studying at the school. I hope these sharing will help you a little while studying at school.

I wish you all the best learning and success in life.

& DM