2019/08/22 18:29

Study hard and make true friends who help each other along

LIFE
I interviewed Mr Charley Stockman, a graduate from Lakeland College Japan, who works for Lakeland College Japan, about the importance of studying abroad and students studying at Lakeland College.
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Mr Stockman, who is American, wanted to work for hotel internationally. When he served his internship at a hotel in Korea, he was affected by Korean staff there that could speak English and Japanese as well as Korean, and decided to enter Lakeland College Japan because he wanted to be international.
After studying in Japan, he joined a Japanese hotel. After 2-year on-the-job training with Japanese, he worked for a hotel hard struggling with the Japanese language.
He thought he wanted to get involved in someone’s life more, and now he works for Lakeland College Japan, providing consultation for prospective students.

What Lakeland College Japan is like?

This is a small college with a family atmosphere.
There are students from Asia and Europe whose mother languages are anything other than English and Japanese, but they feel connected with others through the strict curriculum.
Even students whose language level was not so high at school entry study late every day at library. I’m touched by students who study together with friends to be one step closer to their own dream.

Environment where they can make true friends

It’s important to make friends at college, but it’s great that a friendship develops as they go through the curriculum helping each other along.
Environment where they can make true friends who can share various feelings while developing one’s ability in English exists at Lakeland College Japan.
It is also a feature of this college that many graduates visit it after their graduating.
College where they spent their time in studying together with friends to be one step closer to their own dream is spiritual home even after they go out in the world.


Lakeland Uni. Japan Campus website
I interviewed Mr Charley Stockman, a graduate from Lakeland College Japan, who works for Lakeland College Japan, about the importance of studying abroad and students studying at Lakeland College.
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Mr Stockman, who is American, wanted to work for hotel internationally. When he served his internship at a hotel in Korea, he was affected by Korean staff there that could speak English and Japanese as well as Korean, and decided to enter Lakeland College Japan because he wanted to be international.
After studying in Japan, he joined a Japanese hotel. After 2-year on-the-job training with Japanese, he worked for a hotel hard struggling with the Japanese language.
He thought he wanted to get involved in someone’s life more, and now he works for Lakeland College Japan, providing consultation for prospective students.

What Lakeland College Japan is like?

This is a small college with a family atmosphere.
There are students from Asia and Europe whose mother languages are anything other than English and Japanese, but they feel connected with others through the strict curriculum.
Even students whose language level was not so high at school entry study late every day at library. I’m touched by students who study together with friends to be one step closer to their own dream.

Environment where they can make true friends

It’s important to make friends at college, but it’s great that a friendship develops as they go through the curriculum helping each other along.
Environment where they can make true friends who can share various feelings while developing one’s ability in English exists at Lakeland College Japan.
It is also a feature of this college that many graduates visit it after their graduating.
College where they spent their time in studying together with friends to be one step closer to their own dream is spiritual home even after they go out in the world.


Lakeland Uni. Japan Campus website