Students who complete their courses and graduate from Curry College are rewarded with a diploma declaring them a "curry evangelist" (カレー伝道師). Yes, unfortunately, as you might have guessed Curry College is not an accredited educational institution. Graduating from Curry College with a curry evangelist degree is not likely to land you a high-paying office job. But you might walk away from your courses knowing quite a lot about curry history, recipes, industry, and merchandising, so if your dreams look less like working in a Tokyo high-rise office building and more like running the popular curry shop on the ground floor, well, this could be for you.
While the courses are only available in Japanese, the next semester begins in November, so if you're interested in starting down a new curry-scented path in life, you might want to think about devoting a few hours to this unique new "education."
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