Vlog 22 – KCB International Says I Might Be Going To Japan

If you can’t see the video, click here.

If you’re wondering why my voice sounds like a drowning T-Pain on crack, it’s because I decided to rush the editing of this vlog and squeezed the video, which was originally about 16 minutes, into a svelte 10 minutes and 58 seconds.

I was looking around the study abroad section of the University of Findlay’s website and I came across something spectacular! I have found a potential way to go to Japan for not one year, but for two years!!

To make a long story short, UF has an affiliate study abroad program with CCIS aka The College Consortium For International Studies. They in turn have a study program sponsorship with KCB International Japanese Language School. Did I mention that they’re located in Shinjuku, the trendy celebrity epicenter of Tokyo where Marty Friedman happens to live?!

What the KCB is in a nutshell is an intensive school for learning Japanese. How intense is it? Well, they have helped people reach a JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) ranking of 1, which is the highest you can receive, and even beyond that!! Check out the KCB International Japanese Language School’s website for more info.

So needless to say, this changes everything! My new 4-point plan is as follows:

1 – Get a job in Celina.

2 – Find an apartment in Celina as well.

3 – Go to Owens Community College and take general education courses to boost my GPA to at least a 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.

4 – Instead of getting my 2-year Associate’s at Owens, transfer over to UF in order to study abroad for 2 years in Japan at KCB.

For all you J-vloggers out there, if you happen to know more about the KCB, please leave me a comment about it! I’m really serious about going to Japan and I need to know if going there to study at the KCB is a good way to go.

As always, all comments are welcome! Later guys!!


P.S: My stepdad will be here on Thursday and I dunno if i can use the internet when he’s around since we didn’t agree on that when I moved in (it’s a long and boring story that I don’t wanna get into). He’ll be leaving on Sunday so I’ll be posting again then. I’m gonna try to post a Twitter Thursday Throwdown this week, but if I can’t, then I’ll make next week another double-edition.

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