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professional training college 2008/4/7 18:23
I'm going to graduate from high school and I'm looking for higher education in Japan in the field of cooking/baking. Can anyone help me about which professional training college or which university in Japan offer culinary courses as higher education?

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by lonelyfairy  

Japanese 2008/4/8 10:15
There are many, but how is your Japanese?
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thanks 2008/4/8 18:42
Now it's not very good, but I'm learning more and more. And I also have a plan that I might take some course in Japan to improve my Japanese also.

anyway thanks for answering ^^
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sure why not 2008/4/8 19:24
This is what you first need to do. Study Japanese wherever you are right now or study Japanese in a languageschool in Japan. They can help you to pass the Japanese profiency test which you need if you want to study in Japan. I believe most schools require level one which means you should be very fluent in written and spoken Japanese. I do know that some schools (especially vocational schools) are satisfied with level 2. Don't worry about an entrance exam because I think vocational schools (cooking/baking schools) only require the profiency test and of course fee.

So step one is a language school, then you can apply for a course and you could even graduate here and get a working visa to work in your field in Japan. It's not true that you can't work here without a BA or whatever. This is exactly how I did so I know what i'm talking about.

so it's expensive and difficult but just give it a try.

hope this answers your question
by shenhua rate this post as useful

thanks 2008/4/8 20:41
Thank you so much! Your answer really help me because I wasn't quite sure about what to do also.
So, thank you.
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