Schedule

April, 2019

Students Graduating in Sep. 2020 & Mar. 20201 Kick-off Career Planning Guidance

Apr
25

Time/date: Thursday, April 25, 2019. 14:15-15:50
For: Students graduating in Sep. 2020 & Mar. 2021 who intend to job hunt in Japan.
Venue: H201
Language: English
Application deadline: Wednesday, April 24, 2019. 11:00
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: Have you started thinking about what you will be doing after graduation?

Throughout your life, you probably have gone through many stages in becoming who you are today.
Now, let's think about what your next stage in life is going to be with your first career after graduation.
Hear first-hand from your senpai on what they chose for their careers and how they prepared for it and gain practical information for taking the next few steps. You can then think about how to plan your own next step and what preparations you could be doing so you can take that first step out of APU with confidence.

We look forward to seeing you there!
Attached File: 「Kick-off CareerPlanning Guidance」

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For Students Graduating in Sept. 2020 & Mar. 2021 Job Hunting in Japan Begins Here

Apr
19

Time/date: Friday, April 19, 2019. 16:05-17:40
For: Students graduating in Sept. 2020 & Mar. 2021
*All students intending on job hunting in Japan must attend!
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese Only
Seating capacity: 250 students
Content: 【Useful Websites for Job Hunting】
An introduction of Rikunabi and Mynavi, which are indispensable websites for job hunting.
【About Your Career】
How society will change going forward.
Gain hints about reading the future trends of society and think about “your role within an organization”
【About Job Hunting】
The job hunting schedule and common mistakes that APU students make
Going over what you must know while you are doing job hunting.
【Firsthand stories from job offer recipients】
How your senpai did their job hunting
How long they did it, how many companies they applied for, how they narrowed down their choices, what they focused on, etc.
A popular guidance with an average of around 80% of all job hunting students participating every year.
◆ The content is the same for 4/17, 4/18, 4/19. Feel free to attend whichever is most convenient for you.
◆ For international students intending to do job hunting in Japan, we highly recommend also attending the Kick-off Career Planning Guidance held on 4/25 (Thu) in English.
◆ 1st and 2nd-year students are welcome to attend!
◆ We will also be sharing some top secret information about job hunting selection screenings.
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.
* Any event that you have registered for will be highlighted in red.
【Attention!】 Registration deadlines vary depending on the date of the event, so register accordingly. You will not be able to register once the deadline has passed.
Deadline: April 18th (Thu) @ 11:00
Attached File: Job Hunting in Japan Begins Here

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For Students Graduating in Sept. 2020 & Mar. 2021 Job Hunting in Japan Begins Here

Apr
18

Time/date: Thursday, April 18, 2019. 17:55-19:30
For: Students graduating in Sept. 2020 & Mar. 2021
*All students intending on job hunting in Japan must attend!
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese Only
Seating capacity: 250 students
Content: 【Useful Websites for Job Hunting】
An introduction of Rikunabi and Mynavi, which are indispensable websites for job hunting.
【About Your Career】
How society will change going forward.
Gain hints about reading the future trends of society and think about “your role within an organization”
【About Job Hunting】
The job hunting schedule and common mistakes that APU students make
Going over what you must know while you are doing job hunting.
【Firsthand stories from job offer recipients】
How your senpai did their job hunting
How long they did it, how many companies they applied for, how they narrowed down their choices, what they focused on, etc.
A popular guidance with an average of around 80% of all job hunting students participating every year.
◆ The content is the same for 4/17, 4/18, 4/19. Feel free to attend whichever is most convenient for you.
◆ For international students intending to do job hunting in Japan, we highly recommend also attending the Kick-off Career Planning Guidance held on 4/25 (Thu) in English.
◆ 1st and 2nd-year students are welcome to attend!
◆ We will also be sharing some top secret information about job hunting selection screenings.
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.
* Any event that you have registered for will be highlighted in red.
【Attention!】 Registration deadlines vary depending on the date of the event, so register accordingly. You will not be able to register once the deadline has passed.
Deadline: April 17th (Wed) @ 11:00
Attached File: Job Hunting in Japan Begins Here

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For Students Graduating in Sept. 2020 & Mar. 2021 Job Hunting in Japan Begins Here

Apr
17

Time/date: Wednesday, April 17, 2019. 14:15-15:50
For: Students graduating in Sept. 2020 & Mar. 2021
*All students intending on job hunting in Japan must attend!
Venue: H201
Language: Japanese Only
Seating capacity: 250 students
Content: 【Useful Websites for Job Hunting】
An introduction of Rikunabi and Mynavi, which are indispensable websites for job hunting.
【About Your Career】
How society will change going forward.
Gain hints about reading the future trends of society and think about “your role within an organization”
【About Job Hunting】
The job hunting schedule and common mistakes that APU students make
Going over what you must know while you are doing job hunting.
【Firsthand stories from job offer recipients】
How your senpai did their job hunting
How long they did it, how many companies they applied for, how they narrowed down their choices, what they focused on, etc.
A popular guidance with an average of around 80% of all job hunting students participating every year.
◆ The content is the same for 4/17, 4/18, 4/19. Feel free to attend whichever is most convenient for you.
◆ For international students intending to do job hunting in Japan, we highly recommend also attending the Kick-off Career Planning Guidance held on 4/25 (Thu) in English.
◆ 1st and 2nd-year students are welcome to attend!
◆ We will also be sharing some top secret information about job hunting selection screenings.
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.
* Any event that you have registered for will be highlighted in red.
【Attention!】 Registration deadlines vary depending on the date of the event, so register accordingly. You will not be able to register once the deadline has passed.
Deadline: April 16th (Tue) @ 11:00
Attached File: Job Hunting in Japan Begins Here

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Use Your Language Ability & Work Overseas! Guidance on Dispatched Staff of MOFA Overseas Diplomatic Missions

Apr
12

Time/date: Friday, April 12, 2019. 12:25-14:00
For: Students who are 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’ URL:http://www.ihcsa.or.jp/zaigaikoukan/hakenin-01/
* ALL Students
Venue: F107
Speakers: Ms. OKAWA Noriko
International Hospitality and Conference Service Association (IHCSA)
(IHCSA is a certified public-service corporation authorized by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It is in charge of the screening and dispatching staffs under this program.)
Language: Japanese
Seating capacity: 50 students
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.
Deadline:10:30, Thursday, April 11th
・Application will be closed once the number of applicants has reached the limit.
・You will not be able to register after the deadline.
Attached File: Use Your Language Ability & Work Overseas! Guidance on Dispatched Staff of MOFA Overseas Diplomatic Missions

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