Receiving a Job Offer

Job Offer & Determined Career Path Registration

When you have received a job offer, we ask for your cooperation to share the information with us by completing the "Job Offer and Career Path Registration" via the Campusmate Web or come to the Career Office counter and fill in the Notice of Informal Job Offer.


Completing the "Job Offer and Career Path Registration" via Campusmate Web

Campusmate Web Manual - Job Offer & Determined Career Path Registration (Japanese)
Campusmate Web Manual - Job Offer & Determined Career Path Registration (English)
NB: Available in PDF format


Submitting the Notice of Informal Job Offer at the Career Office counter

Notification of Informal Job Offer
NB: Available in PDF format

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NB: Please read this information thoroughly when submitting the Notice of Informal Job Offer


If you receive job offers from more than one company, submit are port for each job offer, including any offers that you turn down.


Turning Down an Offer

A job offer is basically a de facto agreement that a company will take on said student as an employee after his/her graduation. Socially this is a serious matter and deserves to be handled as such.


Turning Down a Job Offer Obtained through On-Campus Recruiting

At the first place, please be sure to contact the Career Office. It is strongly urged that you do not simply turn down any offer prior to contacting the Career Office.


Turning Down a Job Offer Obtained in an Open Recruitment Process

Be aware that delaying a response for such an offer for an unreasonably long time could lead to trouble later on. Make sure to turn down companies in a polite, timely manner, without delay.


How to Turn Down a Job Offer

In the situation where you need to turn down a job offer, the most sincere and professional approach is to offer a personal apology to the HR manager. However, sometimes due to time and geographical constraints, it is not always possible to do this, so please start with a phone call to the relevant person, expressing your decision to turn down their offer, then follow up with a letter of apology.Please refer to the "Receiving a Job Offer" section of the Job Hunting Handbook for advice on how to write a letter of apology or make a call for turning down a job offer.

Job Hunting Handbook



Job Hunting Report Registration

We also kindly ask for your cooperation to write a report of your job hunting as a reference for your juniors who will be job hunting from now. Please write and submit a job-Hunting Report.

Job-Hunting Report

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