KCP International will host a technical school fair in Tokyo on 7 September. Reps from various technical institutions will explain to KCP students their options in continuing study in Japan after they graduate from KCP.
After high school, Japanese students can choose to take senmon gakko, or vocational-technical courses. Hundreds of specialized classes are offered in various schools in Japan through evening programs or correspondence education. In some cases, high school seniors can take a specialized course along with their regular classes, such as hairdressing, mechanics, or architecture. Some are two-year programs that provide an Associates Degree. More on education in Japan.
The technical courses featured in KCP;’s fair include Fashion, Anime, Game, Hotel, Bridal, Jewelry, Graphic, Food, and Business. American students who take any of these courses can put into practice the skills that they have learned when they return home.
Japan is at the forefront of many fields like gaming technology, a multi-billion dollar business. Japanese developers have pioneered many legendary games like Super Mario and Pacman. Japanese companies such as Nintendo and Sony are leaders in this industry and manufacture all kinds of gadgets and consoles that are constant favorites of gamers everywhere.
To learn first-hand from Japanese teachers who are experts in their fields is a great opportunity that will reap valuable rewards.
This two-hour affair runs noon – 2 p.m. in the KCP school grounds. This is the perfect chance for you to open new doors to your future. Be sure to be there!