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Waseda is appealing for students due to multiple reasons. Some of the most important to me are the inclusivity, diversity and opportunities. I feel that the inclusivity and diversity in Waseda have a permeating effect, not only in social life but also in academia where students are encouraged to observe things from multiple angles and challenge their own mode of production in knowledge.
There is also an abundance in opportunities that allows the students to experience new things and expand their horizons, in both social and educational setting, which enriches their lives. My research is in Media and Communications, and I think the skills that I am acquiring and the diverse environment I am learning in will most definitely contribute to a future in a global setting. Considering the caliber of intellects and leaders the university has produced, studying at Waseda University is a dream come true.
I hope to improve my expertise in entrepreneurship to become one of the greatest CEOs in Africa. I feel disconnected with Japanese culture because of the language barrier, but my first week upon arriving in Japan was like heaven on earth; everything was so beautiful, so new, and so different. I equally experienced the same feeling during the sakura season.
Togo, which is where I am from, is a small country in West Africa. Despite its small size, it does possess a great variety of rich cultures; notably the voodoo religion which mostly influenced the culture of the southern part of the country and stretches along the coastal part of Ghana at the west and Benin at the east.
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Also, you cannot come to Togo without visiting Kpalime my hometown , where nature meets beauty-waterfalls, tallest mounting in Togo, the people, the food, and more. I have always been interested in Japan and its culture. After completing my undergraduate degree in the U. S, I decided to study in Japan and applied for Waseda, one of the top Japanese universities in Japan.