Guidance & Seminars

APU attracts students from around the globe, and after they graduate they head back out into the world, including all corners of Japan, to find work or attend graduate school. For this reason, we offer a wide variety of career development programs that coincide with each stage of learning during your four years of university, including comprehensive career development support from the first year.
We offer Career Design subjects to help you define clear goals for your future, and organize internships with companies, organizations, and government agencies. We also invite senior executives from global companies and other top leaders to give lectures on campus. Every year, we implement over 100 events in cooperation with partner companies, alumni, current students, faculty, and staff.
For current students only, handouts for every guidance/workshop/event/seminar are available on the WEB Library. If you wish to view them, please refer to the WEB Library.

WEB Library

Event Schedule


Information on Guidance and Seminars will be posted on the "On-Campus Recruiting and Other Event Search " site of the Campusmate Web.

Campusmate Web Manual - On-Campus Recruiting and Event Search (Japanese)
Campusmate Web Manual - On-Campus Recruiting and Event Search (English)
NB: Available in PDF format

Desired Employment and Career Path Registration

In order to register or apply for events held by the Career Office, students must have competed the "Desired Career Path Registration." In case you haven't done so, make sure you completed the registration before registering or applying for the event.

Meanwhile, for non-job hunting students, you are also required to completethe registration in order to be eligible to register or apply for the event. At this point, you may not have determined your future yet. Hence, just simplyfill in your intention at the moment.

Desired Employment and Career Path Registration (Japanese)
Desired Employment and Career Path Registration (English)
NB: Available in PDF format

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