INTERVIEWS

Paths after YDC,
Interviews with Our Graduates

Paths after YDC

Acceptance to Universities

Graduate programs

Yokohama National University, Kanto Gakuin University, Tokai University, The University of Tokyo, Meiji University, Musashino Art University, Tama Art University, Kyoto Seika University, etc.

Undergraduate programs

Yokohama National University, Waseda University, Keio University, Shiga University, Iwate University, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Chuo University, Kanagawa University, Shinshu University, Tsuru University, Ehime University, Rikkyo University, Aoyama Gakuin University, Ochanomizu University, etc.

Paths after YDC (Employment)

Trading business

Import & export, building materials, food, mass-market retailing, mail-order business, distribution, international sales & business, etc.

Bookkeeping

General administration, accounting

Interpretation and translation

The travel industry, retail stores, duty-free shops, food service, publishing, production management, personnel support, bridge system engineers, local offices of Japanese companies, etc.

Interviews with our graduates

Web Designer

COCCOLI GIULIA (Italy)

While I had already studied art in Italy, I studied design at Yokohama Design College (YDC) for 2 years.
I was able to find a job thanks to the enthusiastic teachers at YDC.
Since it was such a fun school, I actively participated in a lot of activities, such as industry-academia collaboration, internships, school festivals, and the graduate exhibition.
I’m sure you can also have a great experience at YDC!

[Visual Design Department (now Total Design Department). Graduated in March 2017]

Designer

TRAN DUONG HUONG LY (Vietnam)

In Vietnam, I had studied photography and art.
At Yokohama Design College, I studied the Japanese language and design at Specialized Course.
I worked on a number of industry-academia collaboration projects, which broadened my designing skills. Thanks to this experience, I was able to start working with confidence.

【[Visual Design Department (now Total Design Department). Graduated in March 2017]

Consulting Firm

NGUYEN NGOC YEN THANH (Vietnam)

At Yokohama Design College, I was able not only to keep studying the Japanese language but also to study with friends for qualification exams in trading business, accounting, and computer skills while encouraging each other.
I had developed skills before I knew it, which were well received by a variety of companies during my job hunting. Now, I work hard at a consulting firm that helps Japanese businesses expand to Vietnam.

[Practical Japanese Course in Comprehensive Japanese Course. Graduated in March 2017]

Airport Service

MAARTENS CELINE FREIA YLVA (Sweden)

After studying at and graduating from Yokohama Design College’s Japanese Language Course, I moved on to its Comprehensive Japanese Course.
I’m happy that I was able to continue studying the Japanese language, and I genuinely appreciate that Career Support Center and my class teacher had supported me until I found a job.

[Practical Japanese Course in Comprehensive Japanese Course. Graduated in March 2017]

Shinshu University

TANG SHUTING (China)

During the 1 year at College Preparatory Course, I was able not only to prepare for a college education but also to develop debating and presentation skill through group works and other programs.
I was admitted to the university I had dreamed of, and I’m sure I can enjoy my college life with confidence.

[Practical Japanese Course in Comprehensive Japanese Course. Completed in March 2017]