What Should I study in College in Japan?
I am going to be a Junior in High school this year, and need to start thinking about my career and major. I want to go to Japan so bad. I am starting a Japanese course next week. I plan to become conversational in Japanese by college. I want to go to Japan to go to college, but I dont know what to major in. I seem to like ANYTHING. I checked out sites like Gaijinpot.com to see what jobs are more numerous. My mom says that I should do what makes me happy. But the thing is, I just like Japan so much. I dont really care what will be my major. If anyone has been in Japan for a while and know what industries are profitable (enough to keep your head above water), and what major I should study to lead me to that career, please comment. I also have the dilemma of WHAT college I should go to in Japan. It can have classes in English OR Japanese (more perferably English). I am not like many that go to japan and expect to make a lot of money. I just want to know a good career or major i can start. I kind of like Marketing, Engineering, and computers. But i AM open to anything still. Any major, and profession that will give me a regular japanese lifestyle. Thanks in advanced
Asked By: r_johnson246 - 4/21/2007
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Answered By: Jesse R - 4/26/2007
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you want my advice take any major in technology like computer i think that japan is number one in this i was thinking to get my master degree there in Artificial intelligence think will befor you choose and try to get the most advantages of the major you will go through
Answered By: sweet-angel - 4/22/2007
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