Schedule

November, 2018

Spring Internship Guidance

Nov
14

Time/date: Thursday, November 14, 2019. 18:00-19:00
For: All Students
Venue: F105(J), F106(E)
Language: English / Japanese
Seating capacity: 200
Application deadline: Wednesday, November 13, 2019. 11:00
Attire: Casual
Content:

The Process of applying for the Internship and getting curricular credits from attending the Internship ...and more information will be provided.

Registration:

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’.
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Spring Internship Guidance

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Information Session & Academic Lectures:Graduate School of Language Education and Information Science, Ritsumeikan University

Nov
14

Time/date: Thursday, November 14, 2019.
12:25-14:00 (Information session), 16:05-17:40 (Academic lectures)
For: All prospective students
Venue: F110
Speakers: Graduate School of Language Education and Information Science, Ritsumeikan University
Professor TAURA, Hideyuki (English Education Programme)
Professor ARITA, Setsuko (Japanese Education Programme)
Language: Japanese (some parts are explained in English)
Seating capacity: 50
Application deadline: Wednesday, November 13, 2019. 11:00
Attire: Casual style
Application / Inquiries:

1. Click On-Campus Recruiting and Other Event Search in Campusmate Web.
2. Input the details of the event you wish to participate and click search.
3. Select the event you wish to participate and click register.
* Any event that you have registered for will be highlighted in red.

Content:

Feel free to attend the sessions, irrespective of major, year, or grades. You can join in either information session or academic lectures.

3rd period: Explanations about the Graduate School of Language Education and Information Science (LEIS), Ritsumeikan University (立命館大学大学院 言語教育情報研究科) - (1) English Education Programme, (2) Japanese Education Programme, and (3) Language Information and Communication Course.
Ample time is given for questions.

5th period: Academic lectures by LEIS professors
Prof. Taura will talk about his research on bilingual brains conducted jointly with APU graduate students.
Prof. Arita will discuss Japanese linguistics and education.

Attached File:

Information Session & Academic Lectures:Graduate School of Language Education and Information Science, Ritsumeikan University

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Spring Internship Guidance

Nov
12

Time/date: Tuesday, November 12, 2019. 16:05-17:05
For: All Students
Venue: F101(J), F103(E)
Language: English / Japanese
Seating capacity: 200
Application deadline: Monday, November 11, 2019. 11:00
Attire: Casual
Content:

The Process of applying for the Internship and getting curricular credits from attending the Internship ...and more information will be provided.

Registration:

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.

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Spring Internship Guidance

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Kyoto University Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS) -Entrance Examination Briefing Session-

Nov
8

Time/date: Friday, November 8, 2019. 17:55-19:30
Venue: Building F F213
Language: English
Application deadline: Thursday, November 7, 2019. 11:00
Application / Inquiries: ① Click On-Campus Recruiting and Other Event Search in Campusmate Web.
② Input the details of the event you wish to participate and click search.
③ Select the event you wish to participate and click register.
* Any event that you have registered for will be highlighted in red.
Content: GSAIS Outline
Entrance Examination
Research and Life at GSAIS
Question-and-Answer Session
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Kyoto University Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS) -Entrance Examination Briefing Session-

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Asian Development Bank (ADB) (special guest lecture)

Nov
6

Time/date: Wednesday, November 6, 2019. 10:35-12:10
For: All students (particularly English-basis students and graduate students)
Venue: F209
Speakers: Harumi KODAMA-san
Representative, Asian Development Bank Japanese Representative Office
Language: English
Seating capacity: 100
Application deadline: Tuesday, November 5, 2019. 10:30
Attire: Casual
Application / Inquiries: ① Click On-Campus Recruiting and Other Event Search in Campusmate Web.
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Content: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is an international financial institution made up of 68 members (of which 49 are from the Asia and Pacific region). To achieve a “prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacific,” ADB assists its member countries/regions in providing loans, grants, investments, technical assistance, advising, etc. to promote social and economic development.

ADB was founded in 1966 with their headquarters in Manila, Philippines, and representative offices in each member nation. We are happy to then welcome the representative of the Japanese Representative Office, KODAMA Harumi-san, to APU for a special guest lecture.

For this lecture, all students are welcome, but we particularly encourage English-basis students and graduate students to participate.
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Asian Development Bank (ADB) (special guest lecture)

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Social Outreach Seminar

Oct
28

Time/date: Monday, October 28, 2019.

[Japanese] 14:45-15:50
[English] 16:05-17:40

Venue:

[Japanese] FII221
[English] TBA

Speakers: Kenro Oshidari-san (Former Regional Director for Asia United Nations World Food Programme)
Application deadline: Friday, October 25, 2019. 11:00
Content:

[Japanese]Emergency Relief and Leadership
[English] A Talk about International Career in the United Nations

Mr. Oshidari was engaged in delivering food to displaced persons in Sudan, former Yugoslavia and so on, on behalf of the UN World Food Programme (WFP) by 2014.

Registration:

[Japanese]
Visit the campus terminal and apply from Survey.
https://survey2.apu.ac.jp/limesurvey/index.php/959386?lang=ja

[English]
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’.
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Social Outreach Seminar

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Shape your career ~ Let's get down to it!! ~ Preparing Yourself for Overseas Graduate School Application Process

Oct
21

Time/date: Monday, October 21, 2019.

[English]  16:30-17:30
[Japanese] 17:55-19:30

For:

All students
* Students who plan to go to graduate school after working are also welcome!

Venue: H201
Speakers: Tadashi Yokoyama-san (Director, Japan Association of Overseas Studies)
Language: Printed materials will only be available in Japanese.
Seating capacity: Up to 50 attendees
Contents:

As commissioned by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT) for the "Promotion of International Exchanges in Japan," the Japan Association of Overseas Studies (JAOS) will be holding an information session on preparing for applying to graduate schools abroad. For those interested, please attend!
Content includes anecdotes of students who got accepted to overseas graduate schools, comparing Japan vs. overseas in regards to expenses and scholarships, the overall flow until you go abroad (preparation, etc.), the differences between countries in regards to studying abroad,and job hunting process after graduating.
We ask for your understanding in that for one part of the session, scholarship information that will be shared is only available for Japanese students.

Registration:

1. Click On-Campus Recruiting and Other Event Search in Campusmate Web.
2. Input the details of the event you wish to participate and click search.
3. Select the event you wish to participate and click register.
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Deadline: 18th October 2019 (Fri) at 11:00
**Note: You will not be able to apply once the deadline has passed.

Attached File:

Preparing Yourself Overseas Graduate School Application Process

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Lecture Series on the Industries in Japan (Part 2) (The Financial Industry)

Oct
14

Time/date: Monday, October 14, 2019. 16:05-17:40 (5th Period)
For: This lecture series is primarily intended for international graduate students studying at APU, but undergraduate students are also welcome to join!
Venue: F210
Speakers: Dr. Ian Bisset, from Fukuyama University (GSAD graduate, 2012)
Language: English
Content: As a part of efforts to facilitate job hunting for international graduate students, the Career Office has been organizing a lecture series designed for introducing those industries which may offer job opportunities in Japan or in other countries.

The second part in this lecture series is the introduction of the investment banking sector. The speaker is Dr. Ian Bisset, who has worked for the investment bank, TD Bank Financial Group in Canada as the Vice President. He will be sharing (i) an overview of investment banking operations (which fall under the category of stock brokerage in Japan), (ii) his experiences working in Toronto, New York, Singapore, London, Sydney, and Tokyo, and (iii) different entry points into domestic and foreign-based companies in Japan.

The lecture would be conducted in English during 5th period on the 14th of October at XXX under the facilitation of Prof. Tsukada.
Registration:
  1. Click On-Campus Recruiting and Other Event Search in Campusmate Web.
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  3. Select the event you wish to participate and click register.
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Deadline: 11:00 on Oct 11th, 2019 (Fri)
**Note: You will not be able to apply once the deadline has passed.

Attached File: Lecture Series on the Industries in Japan (Part 2) (The Financial Industry)

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Use Your language Ability & Work Overseas! Guidance on Dispatched Staff for MOFA Overseas Diplomatic Missions

Sep
27

Time/date: Friday, September 27, 2019. 12:25-14:00
For:

All students interested in this program, regardless of the college and academic year.
However, ONLY Japanese nationals are eligible to apply for this program.
*Dispatched Staff of MOFA Overseas Diplomatic Missions website:
http://www.ihcsa.or.jp/zaigaikoukan/hakenin-01/

Venue: H201
Speakers:

International Hospitality and Conference Service Association (IHCSA)
(IHCSA is a certified public-service corporation authorized by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs in charge of the screening and dispatch of staff under this program.)

Language: Japanese
Seating capacity: 50 students
Attire: Casual
Application / Inquiries:

① Click On-Campus Recruiting and Other Event Search in Campusmate Web.
② Input the details of the event you wish to participate and click search.
③ Select the event you wish to participate and click register.
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Deadline:

September 26th, 2019 (Thur) at 11:00
・Application will be closed once the number of applicants has reached the limit.

Attached File:

Guidance on Dispatched Staff for MOFA Overseas Diplomatic Missions

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Working in International Cooperation -What it Means to Work as a Development Consultant-

Jul
23

Time/date: Tuesday, July 23, 2019. 3rd Period (12:25-14:00)
For: All students
Venue: H201
Speakers: ● Engineering and Consulting Firms Association (ECFA)
● Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Language: Japanese
Seating capacity: 50
Attire: Casual
Content:

Do you know what the work of a "development consultant" entails?

"Development consultants" are highly specialized professionals who provide consulting services that utilize technological expertise and specialized knowledge at the forefront of Official Development Assistance (ODA), private investment projects, etc. of developing countries.

It is not well known, but the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) often utilize the services of development consultants for projects related to solving problems in regards to development.

Therefore, on the day of the event, besides going over the industry of development consulting as a whole and its work, career path, etc., a representative from JICA, who runs the information site for international careers "PARTNER," will also be sharing hints and advice on how to build a career in international cooperation.

Application / Inquiries:

Apply through Campusmate Web
① Click On-Campus Recruiting and Other Event Search in Campusmate Web.
② Input the details of the event you wish to participate and click search.
③ Select the event you wish to participate and click register.
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Deadline:

July 22nd, 2019 (Mon) at 11:00

Application will be closed once the number of applicants has reached the limit.
Registration after the deadline will not be permitted.

Attached File:

Working in International Cooperation -What it Means to Work as a Development Consultant-
Working in International Cooperation -What it Means to Work as a Development Consultant-(Flyer)

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