Internship Recommendation Letter

If you wish to apply for internships offered at public institutions or overseas, you might be requested to submit a “Recommendation Letter” from APU. If you are currently attending a research seminar, your professor of the research seminar is the first person to whom you should request to a “Recommendation Letter”. If you do not attend any research seminar, you could apply for a Recommendation Letter from the Career Office through the following procedures.

(1) Submission of Required documents (submit to the Career Office front desk)
Application Form for “Internship Recommendation Letter”
②General outline of the host institution (such as information from their website, etc.)
③Transcript of Academic Record (most recent) * copy accepted
④Letter of Intent (if you write in English: 500 words or above; if you write in Japanese: 1000 words or above)
⑤Copy of the internship insurance policy * copy accepted (once your internship is confirmed)
* For more information regarding insurance, refer to this webpage.
(2) Interview with a Career Office staff
Once you submit the required documents, a Career Office staff will schedule an on-campus interview with you. The Career Office will determine whether we issue you the Letter based on the submitted documents and how well you did on your interview.
(3) Pick up your “Recommendation Letter”
After you are informed of the Letter’s issuance, make sure to pick it up at the office front desk from 2 business days later.
(4) Inform the Career Office about your internship
Please inform the Career Office of the selection results of your internship. If you are selected, you are requested to submit the “Internship Notification Form” prior to the actual start of your internship. Once you have completed your internship assignment, you are requested to submit the “Internship Report”. For more details, click here.

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