Schedule

November, 2016

Guidance Session for International Students -Changing Your Visa Status for Working Visa-

Dec
14

Time/date: Thursday, December 14, 2017. 13:00-14:00
For: All International students who are expected to graduate in March 2018 and have confirmed employment in Japan.
Venue: F107
Speakers: Mr. Sei ITO (Immigration Procedures Specialist / Administrative Procedures Specialist)
Language: Japanese
Seating capacity: 50 persons
Application deadline: Wednesday, December 13, 2017. 10:30
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
Content: *Please refer to the attached file for detail.
Attached File: Visa Guidance_2017.12.14.pdf

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Spring Internship Guidance

Nov
20

Time/date: Monday, November 20, 2017. 18:00-19:30
For: All Students
Venue: F102(J), F103(E)
Language: English / Japanese
Seating capacity: 200
Application deadline: Friday, November 17, 2017. 10:30
Attire: Casual
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
Notes: The Process of applying for the Internship and getting curricular credits from attending the Internship ...and more information will be provided.
*Please refer to the attached file for detail
Attached File: Spring Internship Guidance

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ES / Rirekisho Writing Seminar

Nov
20

Time/date: Monday, November 20, 2017. 16:05-17:40
For: Students graduating in Sep 2018 & Mar 2019
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese
Application deadline: Friday, November 17, 2017. 10:30
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
Contents: You will find an entry sheet in most cases for entry-level jobs where students will need to fill this out before the interview. It is pretty much a cover letter; it is a way for you to think about what you might say during an interview and also to be able to expand on it. You must promote yourself and convince companies why they should hire you. In many cases, entry sheets are used to cut down the number of applicants, so it’s crucial that you make them “attractive”. This seminar will give you tips on how to write entry sheets to get attention of recruiters.
Notes: ※There will be another session on Friday, November 10.
※Please choose either session which is convenient for you.
Attached File: ES/Rirekisho Writing Seminar

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Spring Internship Guidance

Nov
15

Time/date: Wednesday, November 15, 2017. 16:05-17:40
For: All Students
Venue: F104(J), F105(E)
Language: English / Japanese
Seating capacity: 200
Application deadline: Tuesday, November 14, 2017. 12:15
Attire: Casual
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
Notes: The Process of applying for the Internship and getting curricular credits from attending the Internship ...and more information will be provided.
*Please refer to the attached file for detail
Attached File: Spring Internship Guidance

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ES / Rirekisho Writing Seminar

Nov
10

Time/date: Friday, November 10, 2017. 16:05-17:40
For: Students graduating in Sep 2018 & Mar 2019
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese
Application deadline: Thursday, November 9, 2017. 10:30
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
Contents: You will find an entry sheet in most cases for entry-level jobs where students will need to fill this out before the interview. It is pretty much a cover letter; it is a way for you to think about what you might say during an interview and also to be able to expand on it. You must promote yourself and convince companies why they should hire you. In many cases, entry sheets are used to cut down the number of applicants, so it’s crucial that you make them “attractive”. This seminar will give you tips on how to write entry sheets to get attention of recruiters.
Notes: ※There will be another session on Monday, November 20.
※Please choose either session which is convenient for you.
Attached File: ES/Rirekisho Writing Seminar

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Industry Research Seminar

Nov
9

Time/date: Thursday, November 9, 2017. 16:05-17:40
For: Students graduating in Sep 2018 & Mar 2019
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese
Application deadline: Wednesday, November 8, 2017. 10:30
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
Contents: Industry research is a crucial step in the job search process. There will be a big difference between those who have done it effectively and those who haven’t. To have yourselves ready to answer “Why are you applying to us, not other competitors?” during company interviews, industry research becomes an important part of job hunting preparation.
Notes: ※There will be another session on Monday, November 6.
※Please choose either session which is convenient for you.
Attached File: Industry Research Seminar

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Self-Analysis Seminar

Nov
8

Time/date: Wednesday, November 8, 2017. 14:15-15:50
For: Students graduating in Sep 2018 & Mar 2019
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese
Application deadline: Tuesday, November 7, 2017. 12:15
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
Contents: “What was your most significant accomplishment in college?”, “What is one of your strengths?”, and “What is your selling points (self-promotion)”. These are questions you’re almost always asked in Entry Sheets and rirekisho. Self-analysis is an essential process in order to answer these questions. Not only is it important for job hunting, but the process also gives you tips on how to manage your life and career. So come to this seminar and get your job hunting started from here!
Attached File: Self-Analysis Seminar

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How best to conduct company research utilizing Nikkei Newspaper. (Must Know)

Nov
7

Time/date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017. 18:00-19:30
For: ALL students, regardless of the nationality, academic year, college and schools
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese
Application deadline: Monday, November 6, 2017. 10:30
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
Attached File: How best to conduct company research utilizing Nikkei Newspaper. (Must Know)

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Industry Research Seminar

Nov
6

Time/date: Monday, November 6, 2017. 16:05-17:40
For: Students graduating in Sep 2018 & Mar 2019
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese
Application deadline: Friday, November 3, 2017. 10:30
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
Contents: Industry research is a crucial step in the job search process. There will be a big difference between those who have done it effectively and those who haven’t. To have yourselves ready to answer “Why are you applying to us, not other competitors?” during company interviews, industry research becomes an important part of job hunting preparation.
Notes: ※There will be another session on Thursday, November 9.
※Please choose either session which is convenient for you.
Attached File: Industry Research Seminar

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Students Graduating in Sep. 2018 & Mar. 2019 Go...JOB HUNTING

Oct
19

Time/date: Thursday, October 19, 2017. 17:55-19:30
For: Students graduating in Sep. 2018 & Mar. 2019 who intend to job hunt in Japan.
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese
Application deadline: Wednesday, October 18, 2017. 10:30
Application / Inquiries: 1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click ‘register’.
※ Any events you have registered will be highlighted in red.
【Attention】You will not be able to register after the deadline.
Contents: Part 1: (45min) Speaker: Career Office Staff
■ What is syukatu?
3 things you must do to survive syukatu.

・Why find employment, how to find good options based on your goals in life, etc.
・Getting started on the job hunt: must-do 3 things from day 1 of your career planning process, understanding the process and planning in advance…
Part 2: (15min) Speaker: Representatives from employment agencies
■ Schedule and process of job hunting in Japan.
Part 3: (30min) Speaker: Job Offer Recipients
■ My job hunting experience and my tips for you.
Experience sharing session by the senior students who have already concluded their job hunt. Gather the first hand experiences from those who just finished the battle, so that you could prepare yourself better and be get your dream job as soon as possible!
Attached File: Go JOB HUNTING

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