Story of Linh at Linguage Japanese Language School who has received a job offer

Listen to the story of Linh at Linguage Japanese Language School who has received a job offer.

Voices from Students

Voices from Students

Listen to the stories of students who studied
business Japanese and who have received job offers.
Travel with the graduating students who have received job offers
from companies that they always dreamed of.

Voices from students・Linh 1

It's important to study Japanese,
but it's also necessary to understand
Japanese culture.

Linh

Major:Information TechnologyManufacturing company

There are so many cultures represented at this school. I got to study together with people from many different countries, and after class or during breaks they would tell me about their culture. Everyone was nice and helped each other with their Japanese studies.
Through the various extracurricular activities and classes, we all became good friends and compatriots. We would use English as a second language at school. The teachers and my classmates from France, Ukraine, Iran, Indonesia, Philippines etc. were all good at English. That was a great help when studying Japanese.

Curriculum at Linguage Japanese Language School

Every teacher has their own style, but all the classes were fun. They would often use examples to make it easy to follow. I particularly liked those examples.
I wrote essays and would practice reading them at home many times to be able to present them well in front of everyone. And when listening to someone else's presentation, I would focus intently so that I could come up with interesting questions. The teachers would always correct any mistakes that we made. I remember the essays because they provided a good opportunity to repeat what I had learned.

Voices from students・Linh 2

Message to those with a dream of “I want to work in Japan”

It's important to study Japanese, but it's also necessary to understand Japanese culture. Because you must speak to and answer questions from Japanese people at interviews, I think it will be hard if you don't understand Japanese and Japanese culture.
If you want to work in Japan, I think you should study Japanese and practice interviewing with your teachers, and look up Japanese culture as much as you can on your own.