Japanese Level at Admission / N3
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 graduation, I plan to enter Josai International University's Graduate School of Welfare Studies with a specialization in Welfare Society. I am interested in educational welfare support and family support theory through volunteer activities during my college years, and I hope to enter this graduate school because there is a research laboratory where I can study this area. After entering the university, I would like to study the theory of family support centered on family functions. I would like to participate in NGO volunteer activities and conduct fieldwork while I am still in school, and conduct in-depth research in this field while being exposed to educational support activities.
Q. What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
After graduating from graduate school, I would like to return to my hometown and work in the welfare sector, local NGOs, or as a researcher, where I can make the greatest contribution to securing schooling for orphans. My current field of study is child and family welfare, but future studies in social work are also necessary. I hope to study a wide range of fields and work towards a career that will help support social welfare in the future.
Q. Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
At TCJ, classes are divided according to the direction of advancement and Japanese ability at the time of admission, so I was able to study Japanese and prepare for advancement smoothly in a study environment that suited me. The most important thing is that you can get professional guidance from teachers during the preparation for the exam, and I hope you will actively communicate with them. When I first enrolled in TCJ, I was at the N3 level, but I reached the N1 level before I took the school exam, so I am very grateful to the teachers who taught me carefully. I hope that you will not forget your original intention of coming to Japan and work hard towards your dreams.
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