In order to enter the famous watchmaking school Hiko in Tokyo, I need a financial supplement to my student loan, which is limited to 20.000 €, the school alone costs 25.000 €, so even with my funds aside the budget is very tight to pay for these 2 years of studies, the rent and all that follows, even by combining studies and small jobs on the spot.
"Why Japan, while Switzerland is so close !" you will say, simply because after 1 year visa work holiday learning the language & meeting people I love being around with, but mostly because entering this reputed school, I have a 100% chance of finding a job in Japan (according to the scores of the school that accompanies its students until obtaining a job in this sector thanks to its many partners), which is way much harder from abroad.
For those interested in my story, do not hesitate to ask me for more details.
And above all, please share my story within your own network, I am in a situation in which every penny count.
I will obviously keep my saviors in touch with what's going on with my life in Japan.
For those visiting Japan, I could make you visit Tokyo, having lived there I know rather well neighborhoods (frequented and those who are less).
For the bravest, I could introduce you to the Japanese language. (Being a N2 level at the JLPT, I'm doing pretty well at it).
And for the most generous, I could repair your watch (in the limit of 2 years of training will allow me)