学校法人西野学園

INTERVIEWS WITH STUDENTS AND TEACHERS

INTERVIEWS 5

Yang jiajia

China
SAPPORO MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY WELFARE AND DENTISTRY PROFESSIONAL TRAINING COLLEGE / Clinical laboratory technician / 2017

INTERVIEWS 5

Yang jiajia

China
SAPPORO MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY WELFARE AND DENTISTRY PROFESSIONAL TRAINING COLLEGE / Clinical laboratory technician / 2017

INTERVIEW

What made you decide to enter Nishino Gakuen?

I studied clinical laboratory technician at a university in China. After that, I went to a Japanese language school in Sapporo for two years. Then I wanted to become a clinical laboratory technician in Japan. So I searched for a school in Hokkaido at which I can get myself qualified as a clinical laboratory technician, the rate of employability of Nishino Gakuen is very high and I wanted to join. Another reason is that the atmosphere I felt during the school tour was good.

What is the attraction of the Nishino Gakuen?

All students are very positive, kind, and we were able to cooperate with one another like a team. At that time I was the only foreign student, I had various problems in terms of language. But my teacher supported me until I understood everything.

Did you have any concerns?

Of course... I was lonely, everyone was younger than me, and there were many exams so I was worried. But soon I made a lot of friends and they were all kind to me. Now, these three years have become an irreplaceable time in my life.

You are currently working as a clinical laboratory technician in Japan, is there any concerns?

No. My colleagues are really kind to me and my job is really fun. Though it was the same while I was in school, it's difficult to learn the names of bacteria in katakana notation. I think that this is a challenge which must be overcome.

What is your dream for the future?

If I have a chance, I would like to go back to school again.

Why do you think so?

Because I don't want to stop my growth, so if I have a chance in a few years, I would like to study more.

Please give a message to foreigners who want to study in Japan.

If you are available, you should take some time to study Japanese before you come to Japan. When you start studying professionally like me, you will not have time to study Japanese from scratch. So I think you should improve your Japanese level as much as possible. The second is to actively communicate with teachers and students. There are still many things which I don't understand or have troubles with even outside of school. So make friends as soon as possible,I think it is better to create an environment where it is easy to consult.