Regarding studying abroad

n_soufiani

n_soufiani

first I would like to say taht the more Rocket Japanese course is great. I am learning allot of new words everytime I listen to it. I never have enough time in a day to compelte a lesson a day but I am slowly getting there. After finishing the original rocket japanese audio course, I got a private japanese tutor and she was shocked and amazed that I have only been studying nihhon go for 4 months. So she has been teaching me japanese privately one on and we found out that my grammer is a big problem which I am fixing. All is going well with my teacher but she is leaving to japan on tuesday which is very sad. So I thought of something just recently. I am studying Civil Engineering at University in London. When I get my degree, is it possible to go to Japan and do my Msc or Phd there? I will finish my degree in 3 years and I hope to move out of this boring country and study in Japan. I have not been able to find much information regarding this on the internet. I think the universities in Japan might want me to take a "Japanese language proficiency test" which is no problem at all. I would like to find a university that does Msc or Phd civil engineering in Tokyo or Kyoto. Maybe there is a qualification in Japan universities that is equivalent to Phd or Msc. thank you
Sayaka-Matsuura

Sayaka-Matsuura

Konnichiwa Soufiani san! We are delighted to hear you are enjoying More Rocket Japanese! and we are certain your Japanese is skyrocketing fast. With a great commitment to learning a language such as yours, you will surely be able to study in Japan. Tokyo University has a graduate course in Civil Engineering - their School of Engineering is regarded to be one of the best in Japan. Check out their site... http://www-e.civil.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ And the PDF below for information on studying as an international student - No Japanese is required for this! http://www.civil.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/FSO/pdf/internatinoal_graduate_program_leaflet.pdf If you prefer studying in Kyoto, you can check out Kyoto University (another very good university) http://www.ce.t.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/ (should take you straight to the civil engineering site) :wink: http://www.ce.t.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/

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