July 31, 2012
Tatiana's Last web post!
This is my last webpost, as I have left Seiritsu a few weeks ago.
During these 10 months, I learnt a lot of different things that I never could had I stayed in Switzerland.
In my homeroom and my host family, I learnt Japanese. It was my main goal when I decided to come to Japan, so I am happy that I could get better here.
In the international lessons, I also learnt how to express myself more clearly in English, which will surely help me a lot later in my life. For this I am really grateful to Richard and Peter! Thank you so much!
Aside from studying, I had the chances to experience a lot of things during this year in Japan; I visited a lot of different places in Tokyo, sang a lot in karaoke, saw amazing views and temples, and met many awesome people!
On my last week at Seiritsu, my homeroom, 3-D, had a little event together to say goodbye to me, and they gave me a cute teddy bear with handwritten messages. Since I have known most of these students since September, it was a little emotional saying goodbye to some of them!
Looking back, I enjoyed everything here, even in a way the homework and essays we complained so much about!
I’m really glad I chose to come to Seiritsu this year, I don’t regret anything and I will never forget it!
Tatiana applied directly to Seiritsu to take part in our 1 year gap studies programme and had a life-changing experience. With both short-term and long-term study programmes available, if you want to broaden your horizons and improve your language skills by studying in a internationally supported Japanese High School why not come to Seiritsu? More information on our gap studies programme, including how to apply, can be found here.