盛岡情報ビジネス専門学校 日本語学科 Morioka Japanese Language School

Voice of MJLS Graduates

Bondareva Ekaterina from Russia / graduated in 2007
Employed by a Japanese company in Russia

I enrolled in this Japanese language school after graduating from a university in Russia. My life here in Morioka was full of opportunities and I tried to get the most out of it. Luckily, I was able to pass the 1st level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test.

I enjoyed many local festivals while I was in Morioka. Time in Morioka flew as fast as an arrow. I wish I could have more time there. Using what I learned from my time in Japan, I would like to serve as a bridge between Russia and Japan. I would like to contribute to the development of the relationship between the two countries.

FENG DE JIANG from China / graduated in 2007
Morioka IT and Business College ( Major in Information System) Employed as a programmer by an IT company in Japan in 2009

I enrolled in this Japanese language school after graduating from a college in China. When I started learning Japanese, I knew nothing about the language. But because of the dedicated teachers I luckily had, I was able to pass the 1st level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test in one year.

At Morioka IT and Business College, I spent a very good two years. I studied computer programming. This is the major that I had wanted to pursue. I passed the state national certifying exam in computer programming and my dream to work for a Japanese company came true. I will continue to work hard, and making the best use of what I studied so far, I will strive to become a self-employed IT engineer in the future.

Le Yen Lan from Vietnam / graduated in 2009
Department of Engineering Tokyo Institute of Technology

It was an enjoyable two years as well as a painful two years. My Japanese language skills improved dramatically in two years. I also grew up spiritually and became more mature. I am now more serious about my future and am confident in myself.

I will never forget these 2 years that guided me to the point where I am now.

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