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CHEN XU

Aiming to pass the Civil Service Exam

ChinaCHEN XU

  • March, 2018

    graduated from YIEA (Advanced level)

  • April, 2018

    Sophia University, Tokyo

Why did you decide to study in Japan?

I have always liked Japan and was not satisfied with my situation so I decided to come to Japan and make a fresh start.

What did you like about YIEA?

It was great to have met the teachers. My teachers were all very caring and showed more concern for our future than us students. I am grateful for their consistent support and reliable advice.

What are you doing now?

I am studying law at the university.

Please tell us about your goal/ dream.

I want to pass the civil service exam and enter Japanese government services so I can help solve Japan’s problems together with the Japanese officials. It may be a high goal but I want to make the impossible possible.

Do you have any message for prospective students?

Always follow rules in Japan.
You should think hard about what you want in life and strive for it.

 
KHADKA ANIL

I want to be an Automotive Mechanic

NepalKHADKA ANIL

  • March, 2018

    graduated from YIEA (Advanced level)

  • April, 2018

    Yomiuri College of Car Mechanic, Tokyo

Why did you decide to study in Japan?

I have heard about Japan from friends and read about the country in books. I knew Japan to be a country with advanced IT and I wanted to learn technological skills for my future.

What did you like about YIEA?

The teachers were so kind. I was able to pass the JLPT at N2 level because of their help. The classrooms and materials were also nice and the environment was suited for study.

What are you doing now?

I am studying to become an auto mechanic. I want to find employment with a good company in Japan.

Please tell us about your goal/ dream.

I want to get into a reputable Japanese auto firm and gain some experience before I return home to found my own company.

Do you have any message for prospective students?

Japan is a safe country. The Japanese are polite and kind. The school is close to the train station, the building is nice, and the teachers are kind so it is a very good place to study. Do come to YIEA to study Japanese!

 
PHYO SI THU

My hope is to help my country

MyanmarPHYO SI THU

  • March, 2018

    graduated from YIEA (Advanced level)

  • April, 2018

    Tokyo International Business College, Tokyo

Why did you decide to study in Japan?

I have always liked Japan. The number of Japanese companies has increased significantly in Myanmar and I thought I should be able to find much better employment if I know Japanese.

What did you like about YIEA?

Each individual’s level and objective was put into consideration and N1, N2, EJU, Japanese Culture elective classes were made available. The teachers were all kind.

What are you doing now?

I am studying economics at a vocational school. I want to become helpful to my country one day.

Please tell us about your goal/ dream.

I want to improve my Japanese even more and learn more about Japanese rules and etiquette so I can relay them to my countrymen.

Do you have any message for prospective students?

Japan lived up to my expectations. People are kind everywhere I go, they are polite, and the country is really safe. For the sake of your future, you should come to Japan and study at YIEA. If you want to study the language properly, if you want to study Japanese culture and customs at the same time, you should study at YIEA.

 
TAN CHENG HAO

Safety-first construction companies are needed

ChinaTAN CHENG HAO

  • March, 2017

    graduated from YIEA (Seminar level)

  • April, 2017

    Kokushikan University, Tokyo

Why did you decide to study in Japan?

My grandmother lived in Japan and she has been telling me about Japan since I was little. I also watched Japanese anime so I was very interested in Japan. I heard that Japan was beautiful and safe. I thought living alone in a foreign country would be a valuable experience to have so I came.

What did you like about YIEA?

I studied Japanese for 2 months before I came to Japan. After I got here, I still had to start over with hiragana and katakana. In order to enter a university here, I spent the first year studying to pass the N2 level and another year to prepare for university entrance. Before my exam and interview, my teachers repeatedly practiced with me to ensure that I get into Kokushikan University. Even when it’s about things outside of school, the teachers were always ready to answer my questions and address my concerns. I gained many good friends from different countries and we are all keeping in touch.

What are you doing now?

I am studying management at Kokushikan University. I have already made many Japanese friends and acquired half of the necessary class credits. I make sure I review all my class materials at home.
I also have a part-time job at a convenience store and am improving my communicative skills by interacting with the customers.

Please tell us about your goal/ dream.

I want to find employment with a firm in Japan. After gaining enough experience, I plan to return to China and establish a construction company which will put safety first.

Do you have any message for prospective students?

First of all, you must build a firm foundation of the language. Then you can work hard toward your dreams. You will find students from many countries studying at YIEA and you will make many friends here.

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