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Post high school student seeking advice about Japan
Eng/ ish Hello. I graduated from high school this and I have not yet
lii, thai. 1, Sunni Ember E mm applied to any university. I plan on doing so but I am not
Location: United states sure what to do as of yet. For my senior year in high
school I spent 5 months in Japan as an exchange student.
Also before this I went on a three week exchange to the
same school. Both exchanges were great experiences for
me, and I really want to get back in Japan as soon as
possible. I was looking into going to a 2 year language
school which would enable me to pass the highest level
prefrence test. I found out that my local VSEC student loan
center doesn' t support any sort of school in Japan so I
would have to pay for school out of my own pocket or
through a regular expensive loan.
This really puts a poison on me going to school there,
My dream is to live in Japan and work for Nintendo as a
game designer, I realize this is a very large goal both has
been my dream since I first played Marlo, I need help
figuring out how to achieve this goal. I know I would need
to goto a game design school of some sort. and also get
my Japanese to a level where I can speak and write
What would any of you recomend?
I know this post ls VERY general, so please ask me
questions that would make your advice more helpful.
Thank you all in advanced!
a. farell. s Cl Ahx, my Ell} D.
October F, '007 15128
grim: RE: Post high school student seeking advice about Japan
Find out about teaching English in Japan as a way to get
closer to what you want to do. It pay so well but it well
English get YOU THERE.
Joined: Saturday, November
Follow your dreams.