**Worked at the Japanese subsidiary of a U.S. company** **Master degree in commerce and management** **Taught adults as well as school children**
*lessons on a one-to-one basis* *e-learning* *private tutoring school*
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**2004-2006 Hitotsubashi University (Master's degree) http://www.hit-u.ac.jp/index-e.html Hitotsubashi is considered one of the most prestigious universities in Japan.It is ranked 25th in the world in 2011 by École des Mines de Paris,and is one of the highest ranked national universities that is not one of the National Seven Universities.(from Wikipedia) **1997-2004 Kobe University (Bachelor's degree)
Visit my website :http://teacherterujapan.blogspot.jp/ I was born and raised in Japan. While I was a graduate student, I met a lot of people who were studying Japanese in Japan through volunteer. After that, I had worked at the Japanese subsidiary of a US company for 5 years. Currently, I teach junior high school students and senior high school students. With my experience, I think there are a lot of people who need/want to study Japanese but has less oppotunities. I would like to provide learning opportunities for them, including foreign-born Japanese! Let's enjoy absorbing Japanese!