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 graduation, I will enter the Department of Industrial Management, Faculty of Economics, Nihon University. My family runs a restaurant, and my goal is to attract more customers to my family's restaurant, increase customer satisfaction, and create a place where everyone can be happy. For this reason, I want to understand various management theories and learn everything that will be useful in the future, so that I can achieve my goal. Moreover, the motto of Japanese universities is "Self-creation", which is a university that tests the autonomy of a student. It is a special opportunity for me, who has not enough self-control, to get more exercise.
Q. What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
In the future, my goal is to make my own restaurant in Shanghai more widely available and popular. In order to achieve this goal, I would like to gain experience by working at a restaurant during my four years of college. In addition, after graduation, I would like to work in the food service industry in Japan for a while. I have thought about continuing to develop in Japan, but when I become a sole proprietor, I will go back to my home country and work for my family's store. If possible, I would like to open a restaurant in Japan so that people can eat my hometown's food in Japan.
Q. Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
Before I came to Japan and entered tcj, I thought what kind of life was waiting for me, and I was 50/50 between anticipation and anxiety. However, after I started the class, I was not worried at all. The teachers at school were very gentle. During the class, the teachers taught us patiently, so I could feel free to ask questions if I wanted to. With the help of the teachers, I was able to enter university and graduate from tcj. I am really grateful to them. Finally, two words of advice: 1) It is better to start preparing for university exams early. 2) Everyone is a person who can succeed if he/she works hard. Go for it.
& DM