Support for Job Seeking

Career Support Center(CSC)

Our attractive career path creation and job seeking support is top level even within Japan.


Point1: Increasing employability

Since we make defining goals and employability a priority early on, we give guidance to all new students with personalized career design maps designed for new students. We allow students the opportunity to think about the person they want to become with our mandatory "Designing Life Practice I/II" course, and improve employability with our comprehensive personal development support (career education).

The staff at our career support center (Hachioji Campus) are happy to give advice.

Point2: Lifetime support (Shinjuku Satellite Office)

We've linked up with Tokio Marine and Nichido Career Service and created a career support center satellite office in Shinjuku. To support students' and alumni's job searches and career changes, we are strengthening our lifetime career creation support, including offering individual consultations with advisors (appointment required).

Point3: 1: Internship I/II, 2: Advanced Internship I/II

We've put internships at the core of our self-development support (career education), and students can experience work life from their first year. We work to improve students perspective on work from early on, deepening learning on specialized areas and teaching related disciplines. Our programs have earned high praise from the companies and organizations who've accepted our students.

At Shinjuku Satellite Office, just like the career support center, one can receive detailed advice on finding a job. (appointment required)
Since it's located in convenient Shinjuku, one can visit during free time in the middle of job searching and work on his/her resume and use the computer.

Paths for study abroad students

Many of our study abroad students go on to further studies or Japanese companies after graduation.

Companies that have hired our alumni:
- Kyosan Electric Manufacturing Co.,Ltd.
- Cocokara fine Healthcare Inc.
- Seven-Eleven Japan Co., Ltd.
- Hoshino Resort Co., Ltd.
- Yodobashi Camera Co., Ltd.
- WORLD CO., Ltd.

Documents provided by the Career Support Center

Student Message

Successful Job Seeker

Thong Kok Chong (Malaysia)

Thong Kok Chong (Malaysia)
Now working at:

Interacting with the region around the university broadens my perspective.

Since my second year, I've been attending international exchange events in Hachioji twice a month. Thanks to the influence of the people I met there, I got interested in Japanese culture and lifestyle. If you come to Japan, make sure you create opportunities to interact with local people, and try actively participating in things such as volunteer work and international exchange events. You'll be able to make more out of your university studies, and your vision will broaden as well.

Pursuing Further Education

Zhao Zihan (China)

Zhao Zihan (China)
Now studying at:
Tokyo University Graduate School

I learned from the depth of the lectures and from the passion of the teachers.

I chose Teikyo University because it's sister schools with Beijing Language and Culture University, and because many of my seniors were graduates from there. One of the biggest things I remember from when I was a student there was that when students became unsure with the content of the lectures, the teacher would work with that student until they were satisfied and had developed an understanding. I also received advice before the graduate school entrance exams, and help on what books to study. I hope to become the kind of person who can contribute to society with the same feeling of responsibility which my teachers had.

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