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Alumni Association

School Life

What the Alumni Association does

Since Miroku-no-sato Japanese Language School Of International Culture Institute was established in 1990, many students have graduated from the school. Many of them have gone on to study in Japanese universities or college, became employed members of Japanese society, or returned to put their new skills to work in their home country. Wanting to share their valuable experiences with younger students, the Alumni Association gathering and get-together for graduates and current students has been held every year in August since 2002.

Alumni get-together

Alumni and former instructors get together and expand their network.

Graduates and current students get-together

Graduates give current students advice and encouragement about their future plans, university life, finding employment, and a variety of other topics.

The Alumni Association: A post-graduate network of strong ties

I am part of the first graduating class from Miroku no Sato Japanese Language School, and currently serve as the president of the Alumni Association. Our main activity is our yearly reunion where graduates get together. I hope that doing so builds strong connections between graduates and current students, as well as giving people the chance to make friends that are a source of support and assistance.

Rao Jionyin (First graduating class)

Rao Jionyin (First graduating class)

From GraduatesMr. Chen Zhe

I came to Japan in 1999 and studied Japanese at the Miroku-no-sato Japanese Language School Of International Culture Institute. After graduating from an University in Hiroshima, I got a job at Tsuneishi Shipbuilding. I am currently in charge of procuring shipbuilding equipment and materials at Procurement Department Purchasing Group. In my procurement work, I am responsible for a wide range of responsibilities, ranging from selection of manufacturers to price negotiation, delivery date & quality control, and working hard along with the Japanese employees every day. I do not feel any barrier in terms of nationality or language now. This is all thanks to the fact that I was able to firmly build a Japanese language foundation at the Miroku-no-sato Japanese Language School Of International Culture Institute.