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Enrollment for Overseas Students
@Overseas students who receive scholarships from the Japanese Government and students sent by the Malaysian Government are admitted to the third year of the Colleges of Technology across Japan. The Colleges of Technology provide three years of consistent technical education for overseas students. After graduation, most of them transfer to the third year of Japanese universities or go on to the Advanced Engineering Courses, where they get a Bachelor’s Degree. Some become qualified and proficient engineers in their home countries. Others get employed and work in Japan.
@As of April 2nd 2013, Toyota National College of Technology (Toyota Kosen) accepts 5 overseas students; Malaysia (1), Laos (2), Mongolia (2). They enjoy dormitory life with Japanese students as well as schoolwork.@They give you a message from Toyota.
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My life in Toyota College
LUVSANJAV BOLOR (Mongolia)@5M
@My name is Bolor Luvsanjav from Mongolia. I'm a 5th year student at Mechanical Engineering Department. First of all, I would like to appreciate all teachers and lecturers for their full and valuable support. As a foreign student, it was very difficult to adapt in different culture and different environment, but just because of their assistance and encouragement, I always get through difficult exams and assignments. Just like teachers, Japanese students are very kind and always ready to give help. I was always inspired by their hard working and get motivated by their efficient methods to study. Friendly atmosphere in dormitory will make you more comfortable and give you chance to focus on your study. I'm very satisfied with the academic knowledge and practical trainings that I learned from skillful professors and talented students. I must say that I enjoy every single day I spent in Toyota Kosen and going to leave with special memories that will always be remembered in my rest of life.
@Now for me, it is time to move on and take the next step. I would like to enroll in highly-recognized university with good results from entrance exam. If you decide to pursue your further career in engineering field or related studies, Toyota National College of Technology is undoubtedly the best choice.
Life in Japan
@Hi you guys…My name is Bi Chang, I`m from Laos. I came to Japan as a foreigner student. I major in Computer Science. I would like to share my significant experiences that I have had here for three years
@I think I`m very lucky since I was admitted to Toyota College of Technology. It seems like a dream. I feel that I’ve just been here for a few days but three years have already passed. It is such a short time for me. I want to live here a little bit longer because Toyota is such a beautiful city, most people here are compassionate and kind. The more I become intimate with Japanese foods, people and cultures, the more I want to know about them. During my stay here, I participated in school festival, school activities and school assembly. These are brilliant experiences for me.
@Moreover, when I came to Toyota College of Technology, it is the first step for me to live alone and to experience every problem by myself. Certainly, without my friends and teachers I could not get through some difficult obstacles. When I have problems, my friends and my teachers are my consultants, who are always help me to alleviate my stress and trouble.
@Finally, I would like to thank all my professors and my friends who always beside me, help me and teach me patiently. Their help and their compassion will be a part of my memory forever. Once again, thank you very much.
GHEETAN A/L THAMILVAANAN (Malaysia)4M
@Hi everyone, I’m Gheetan Thamilvaanan, 4th year student of Mechanical Engineering. I’m very glad to meet you all once again. I would like to share my memorable experiences in Toyota National College of Technology (Toyota Kosen). As a foreign student, I never felt abandoned over here as my lecturers and friends are very kind and friendly. They are willing to help me whenever I got problems in terms of studies and college activities. I would like to use this opportunity to thank my tutor, Masahiro Iwami for helping me to overcome all obstacles I had. I’m currently enjoying Toyota Kosen dormitory life. Toyota Kosen has created a good and healthy environment to study and sports activities by providing laboratory, library, gym, sport facilities and etc. Moreover, Toyota Kosen is also situated in such a strategic place which is nearby to train station, bus station, restaurants and shops. So, you can go anywhere you would like to go and buy whatever you want.
@Last but not least, for those who have an idea to pursue studies over here, come here without any hesitation. I’m sure you’ll definitely enjoy it.
Good life - nice school
PHOMMASAK KANLAYA (Laos)4I
@Hi, everyone! I’m Tock from Laos, 4th year student of Information and Computer Engineering Department; this is my second year at Toyota College of Technology. I just realized that I did so many things last year. I cooked and sold food for the annual school festival, went skiing with foreign students in winter, had a day trip with tutors in Kyoto, and spent sometimes with my tutor and her family. Those are really good experiences and good memories for me, lots of fun and exciting, which made me feel like to take part in any activity as I can.
@What about my study, I think sometimes I bother my classmates during the lesson, when I don’t know how to read some kanjis or ask them for helping me with my homework. But all of those can show me how kind and friendly they are. I’ve learnt many things here and get more knowledge than I thought. The teachers and stuffs here are very kind, they are always about to help me whenever a have a problem.
@That is why I could say that I really have a good life at a nice Toyota College of Technology.
AYURSED ERDENEBULAG (Mongolia)3I
@My name is Erdenebulag Ayursed. I'm third year student of Information and Computer Engineering Department and I came here on March 29, 2013. I began to live in a new dormitory that I am very fond of because here I am able to fully concentrate and it has new furniture, air-conditioner, and a wide window. Also there is a lobby for foreign students. At first, I was worried about communicating with my teachers and fellow students. But they helped me a lot, especially Nagasaka-kun, my tutor and now I'm able to understand lessons much easier. I'm also taking basketball classes and learning it from the beginning. I'm learning many things both from school lessons and friends. These three years here will be very valuable for my future.
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