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 chose to enroll in the MBA program at Tama University Graduate School of Management and Information Studies.

After graduating from college, I worked for about 3 years in a company in China. During the period from my employment to my retirement, I had contact with companies of different sizes, such as small, medium and large companies, because of my work, and during these three years I deeply felt the declining business market. However, I was unable to analyze the reasons for the market decline in a comprehensive and objective manner. From the sense of crisis of the current situation, I found my own ability is not enough, in order to improve the ability to solve problems and broaden their own vision, I decided to continue to study in graduate school.
Q. What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
My future dream is to become a person who has an international perspective, transcends different regional languages and cultures, is proficient in applying the professional knowledge and professionalism I have learned, has efficient communication skills and coordination, and has new values and creative abilities that can contribute to society in some way.

In order to realize this dream, my current goal is to successfully graduate from a graduate school and then work in a business-related company. For example, in a consulting and management company, I would like to work on analyzing the management status and direction of a company and giving effective advice and suggestions.
Q. Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
The entrance exam for graduate schools is not based solely on the score of the written exam like the university entrance exam, but more on the research ability of the students.

TCJ school not only teaches us Japanese language skills, but also teaches a lot of notes and knowledge about the entrance exam. From the class teachers to the teaching staff, all of them are very responsible, attentive and gentle, and give us a lot of help and support from life to study. Thank you very much to the teachers of TCJ.

All of you who are preparing for the exam, please don't be afraid, show courage, believe in your possibilities and your school teachers, and actively challenge your goals!
& DM