What is your education level?
What is your current (or most recent) job?
When did you apply to come to Japan originally?
How do you think that as a student in Japan that you will add benefit to Japan society?
I was really happy to finally get accepted to a famous Japanese national university last October. To tell you the truth, I am most happy to be able to do meaningful research rather than being accepted to a famous national university. Unfortunately, I took a leave of absence last September. Although they were able to accept foreign students in October, I was not able to enter the country at that time.
I believed that I would be able to enter Japan in April this year, but I couldn’t even imagine what it would be like now. While the new semester has started, I have to take another leave of absence. Repeated leaves of absence are really cruel.
A year is a short time in my life, but I don’t want to waste it. I really wanted to do something for this world. I was in pain all the time. I couldn’t sleep properly at night, and it was painful. As I wrote this letter, I couldn’t help but cry.
What will it mean to you if there is another delay for students to be able to come to Japan?
I’m actually a medical student who graduated from abroad. I have loved Japan since I was a little girl and longed to live in Japan.
I wanted to spend the rest of my life in Japan. I wanted to be more or less a part of the medical progress in Japan.
After many years of hard work, I was accepted to a doctoral course at a national university in Japan. D. course at a national university in Japan. After this, I wanted to help people suffering from diseases through medical research, aiming at the happiness of the people of Japan and the world.