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.
Since I was interested in cars, I decided to become a mechanic in the future. From there, I entered Toyota Kobe College, and I am still studying hard. Among the various departments, I am in the International Maintenance Department.

When it comes to Japanese cars, Toyota is famous all over the world. I decided to enter Toyota University to get a job, and TCJ helped me get in, so I was able to enter Toyota Kobe College smoothly.
Q. What are your goals and dreams for the future? Please be as specific as possible.
My future goal is to work in Japan as a mechanic. After entering the Toyota Kobe College of Automotive Engineering, I am now working part-time at Naya Toyopet, thanks to an introduction from the school.

After graduating from school, I have the option of getting a job at that store or joining as a teacher who teaches technology at Toyota Kobe Automotive College. I haven't decided yet, but I've been approached by both the store and the school's teachers to come work for us. I'm still in my first year, but I'm working really hard.
Q. Please give some advice to students who will join TCJ in the future and current students based on your experience.
TCJ is a good school. I believe that if you follow the teachers' guidance, believe in yourself, and keep going, you will get good results.

I followed the teachers' guidance and put a lot of effort into my studies. As a result, I passed the JLPT N2 in December 2018, and by using the various experiences I gained at TCJ, I was able to pass the JLPT N1 in December 2020.

I wanted to improve my Japanese language skills, so I studied hard everyday to pass N1.

"Change your consciousness" "Take action" "Then try your best to make it a habit" . That is what I would like to tell you. I hope you will do your best.
& DM