Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Studying Abroad - Housing

Hi everyone! Today, I opened my e-mail account and saw a mail from Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto.

I got the housing I wanted. Hell yeah!

I applied for a room in one of the university dorms, mostly because it's a bit cheaper than an apartment, and also because I'll surely meet a lot of new friends and interesting people living there. What's more, I get my own personal balcony and refrigerator. Pretty fancy, if I may say so myself!

So, now all that's left to do is apply for a student visa at the Japanese embassy here in Sweden, and then I'm all set! Really stoked for this! Banzai!

(Video related, it's what I heard inside my head when I saw the mail)
Well, that's all I wanted to say right now. Until next time, have a good day!

14 comments:

  1. Excellent news squire! Can't beat a good "Victory" whenever I get something good I think of link holding an item above his head and hearing...

    http://www.instantsfun.es/zeldaitem

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  2. A person is known by the company he keeps

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  3. yay, I always wanted to go to japan. :O

    Hope u studies going well there, have fun there and I hope u will share a lot of pictures with us from Japan!!

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  4. Oh wow, thats great news! Good luck with this new part of your life.

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  5. Not gonna lie, I loved living in the dorms, bro. It can get a bit hectic, and finding some time away periodically will be good for you, but it is really nice having a lot of people around, with shit always going on.

    You're about to have some fun.

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  6. That is awesome news. 'Grats on it.

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  7. Very nice! Studying abroad in Japan would be amazing, although it would be a big culture shock for me.

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  8. Congrats, that sounds really exciting.

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  9. Wow, sounds like you're set for an awesome adventure, I'm jealous!!! I went to college in my home town, and lived with my parents during most of it... not exactly an exciting time in my life, lol.

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  10. Always wanted to go to Japan, congrats dude.

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  11. Wicked, i was thinking of studying abroad, I may do so next year if I don't get in this time around.

    Japan is pretty much the other side of the world though, like Sub Radar said.. huge culture shock.

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