Japanese Level at Admission / N1
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 was very fortunate that I succeeded in qualifying for the industrial design program at Musashino Art University. I was very interested in industrial design while I was in college, and this was the opportunity for me to come to Japan to study. After entering the school, I will study the topic of water resources in developing countries and propose a solution to this problem in a design way. I hope to complete research and investigation that I have not had the opportunity to do before in the very rare research environment of a graduate school. Getting into the graduate school is only a stage victory, and I still have to keep working hard toward my future dream.
Q. What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
After graduating from graduate school, I hope to enter the corporate world as a designer to gain practical experience and gain a deeper understanding of what designers do and what they are expected to do in the corporate world. After that, I hope to continue my studies and deepen my research in the doctoral program, combining the knowledge I gained in school and the experience I gained in the company to make more designs that can make society better.
Q. Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
If you choose TCJ, congratulations on choosing a good school, the teachers at TCJ will not only teach you carefully the four aspects of Japanese language skills, but will also tell you a lot of etiquette and unspoken rules that are necessary to survive in Japanese society, as well as a lot of basic knowledge that foreigners can easily understand and make mistakes. In the area of speaking and writing, which are deficiencies of international students, the teachers will also try to incorporate them into various courses to improve your Japanese without you even realizing it. Although preparing for an interview is also very important, Japanese is essential if you want to go to school (or get a job) in Japan. Professors also don't want to take a student who can't understand what they are saying. So don't take the language school course too lightly , work hard to improve your Japanese language skills.
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