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100% of ECC students enter colleges, universities, or graduate schools in Japan.

  The results of Examination 2016

Students' Experiences

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Hao Ang Sun
(China; at ECC April 2011-April 2013)
My name is Hao Ang Sun from China.
I studied Japanese at ECC for two years from 2011 to 2013 , and now I'm a student of The University of Kitakyushu.
The first time I came to Japan, I didn't understand Japanese at all and had no friends here. But when I was worried about life in Japan, the ECC teachers and friends were so kind and helped me a lot.
Thanks to that, I had a wonderful time at ECC. ECC teachers' classes are very fun and easy to understand. I felt my Japanese improving so quickly.
I really enjoyed each day with many friends from not only my country but from Korea and Europe.
You may have heard that studying at ECC is very tough. Yes, it is true, but this is because ECC teachers take responsibility for each student. Actually, the homework and quizzes were difficult, but don't you think all these things are necessary to get the high score on JLPT or EJU? I achieved a mark of 304 on EJU last year and I passed the entrance exam for the University of Kitakyushu. Now I enjoy studying with Japanese students here at my university. I have confidence I can get through difficult to follow classes because I have two years' experience of study at ECC. I often remember my teachers and friends there and I really would like to thank them all.

Mr. HONGSEOK BAE

Hongseok Bae
(Korea; at ECC April 2010-September 2010)
I decided to study in Japan in order to enter a graduate school.
When I researched graduate schools at National universities, I found that the graduate school of Nagoya University screened applicants for enrollment in Autumn Semester. So I aimed to enroll in the graduate school of Nagoya University and came to Nagoya.
Four months after my enrollment, I started to prepare and apply for the graduate school. But I didn't know what I should do. However I was taught how to write research plans and how to have an interview with professors at Nagoya University. After that I was ready and prepared. Although my time at ECC was short, it was very useful for me.
I'm thankful for the teachers who helped me able to enroll at the graduate school of Nagoya University. Special thanks to Ms. Sakakibara, Ms. Nishikawa, and Ms. Yuki.

Mr. SHENGJIE YANG

Yang Shengjie
(China; at ECC April 2008-March 2010)
I am Yang Shengjie from Shanghai, China. I studied at the ECC Japanese Language Institute in Nagoya from April in 2008 until early 2010,and I have been studying at Waseda University since April 2010.
When I first came to Japan, I was so worried and hesitant at times. At first you might think, "Japanese is so difficult", and "Studying Japanese at ECC is very serious". But if you trust yourself and believe in your teachers at ECC, I think you will realize this is the best way to reach your goal. Even though I only knew how to introduce myself when I first came to Japan, I was later able to enter Waseda University. I really appreciate what the teachers at ECC have done for me.
Even though studying at Waseda University is somewhat difficult at times, university life has become easier with the support of my Japanese friends.

Ms. MEISHAN YANG

Meishan Yang
(Taiwan; at ECC October 2008-March 2010)
When I was in Taiwan, I heard that the rate of students receiving higher education in Japan was high, and that ECC was one of the country's most famous language institutes. So I decided to enroll at ECC. Studying there was somewhat strenuous, but I learned a lot! The teachers were kind and I had a lot of fun enjoying the student life. Nagoya is a wonderful city, although it is big . I didn't have any family in Japan, so I had to do everything by myself. However, I succeeded and even took a cooking class by myself! I am currently studying international hospitality at the International College of Tourism in Nagoya. I enjoy my studying in this field very much; I have taken classes in restaurant services and even a class on wine. I like communicating with people and hope that in the future I can get a job in Japan. I have some advice about studying in a foreign country. You may be nervous to take the first step and go, but there are many fun things waiting for you there. So go, you won't regret it!

Mr. JUNG BAE LEE

Jungbae Lee
(Korea at ECC April 2004-March 2006)
Nice to meet you, my name is Jungbae Lee. I studied Japanese at ECC Nagoya for two years, from 2004 to 2006.
I am currently studying philosophy at Nagoya University and next year I will start working at H.I.S. Travel Agency. Looking back, the time I spent at ECC was the best time in my career as a student. I had a great time spending time with my classmates from different countries.
I also appreciated my teachers at ECC because they were so kind, even though at times they were very strict.
After I start working, I will do my best to make sure my customers enjoy traveling. If I come across any students who are interested in studying Japanese I will recommend ECC to them. I believe that you can have a great time and learn a lot of things.

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