Schedule

July, 2019

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.
※Any event that you have registered for will be highlighted in red.

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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【MOFA】Global Career Seminar -What it takes to work in an int'l organization-

Jul
12

Time/date: Friday, July 12, 2019. 4th Period
For: All students (domestic and international)
Venue: FⅡ220
Speakers: Recruitment Center for International Organizations, Foreign Policy Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Language: Japanese
Seating capacity: N/A
Application deadline: Thursday, July 11, 2019. 11:00
Content:

This is a special seminar from the Recruitment Center for International Organizations by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs ( https://www.mofa-irc.go.jp/ ). For those pursuing careers in international organizations, etc., be sure to catch all the crucial information you need to know at this seminar!

・Mission, roles, types of positions
・Skills/certifications required of international organizations
・General methods to become international government workers
・How to build up experience, etc.

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.

Attached File: 【MOFA】Global Career Seminar -What it takes to work in an int'l organization-

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For students interested in entering graduate schools in Japan! Plan Out Your Career Under the Guidance of APU Alumni -pursuing higher education-

Jul
11

Time/date: Thursday, July 11, 2019. 3rd Per. (12:25-14:00) and 4th Per. (14:15-15:50) Individual advising for those interested
For: All students
Venue: F208
Speakers: Murakumo Kazumi (APU 2nd generation graduate)
Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Research Fellowship for Young Scientists
Language: Japanese (Q&A: English possible)
Content:

We are happy to welcome back Murakumo Kazumi-san, an APU 2nd generation alumni currently doing her Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies at the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences in the University of Tsukuba. She will be holding a special seminar on pursuing higher education (particularly in Japan) with designing your career.
Murakumo-san accumulated many experiences in her lifelong career, including studying abroad in Indonesia, working in a private company right after graduation, becoming an dispatched staff of overseas diplomatic missions, entering graduate school, etc. She has given this opportunity to use her experiences to work with you on planning your career with graduate school in mind.
On July 10th, she will then discuss how she developed her profession, various skills such as problem-solving, etc. in her career from graduation until now. Also, she has set aside time to hold individual consultations for those who are interested.

Seminar Content (Tentative)

  1. Self Intro.「My Career」
    She will talk about how her experiences at APU helped build her career now. Also, she will go into her study abroad
    experience, job hunting afterward, having the option of working overseas, what led her to apply for graduate school and how she discovered her profession.
  2. What is research?「the difference between studying and research」
    For those thinking about pursuing higher education, she will talk about the particulars of the entrance exams for pursuing Master's degrees.
    * Overall content has been attached separately.

Message from the Guest Lecturer
Feel free to talk to me about anything in regards to your career! Particularly those who are thinking about entering graduate school and are troubled about which school to apply to and the application process, I greatly welcome you. Early preparation is crucial for pursuing higher education, so first and second-year students, you should definitely participate as well!

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.

Deadline: 10:30 on July 9th, 2019 (Tues)
**Note: You will not be able to apply once the deadline has passed.

Attached File:

event description(PDF)
Overall content(PDF)

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For students interested in entering graduate schools in Japan! Plan Out Your Career Under the Guidance of APU Alumni -pursuing higher education-

Jul
10

Time/date: Wednesday, July 10, 2019. 4th Per. (14:15-15:50) Seminar and Q&A
For: All students
Venue: F213
Speakers: Murakumo Kazumi (APU 2nd generation graduate)
Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Research Fellowship for Young Scientists
Language: Japanese (Q&A: English possible)
Content:

We are happy to welcome back Murakumo Kazumi-san, an APU 2nd generation alumni currently doing her Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies at the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences in the University of Tsukuba. She will be holding a special seminar on pursuing higher education (particularly in Japan) with designing your career.
Murakumo-san accumulated many experiences in her lifelong career, including studying abroad in Indonesia, working in a private company right after graduation, becoming an dispatched staff of overseas diplomatic missions, entering graduate school, etc. She has given this opportunity to use her experiences to work with you on planning your career with graduate school in mind.
On July 10th, she will then discuss how she developed her profession, various skills such as problem-solving, etc. in her career from graduation until now. Also, she has set aside time to hold individual consultations for those who are interested.

Seminar Content (Tentative)

  1. Self Intro.「My Career」
    She will talk about how her experiences at APU helped build her career now. Also, she will go into her study abroad
    experience, job hunting afterward, having the option of working overseas, what led her to apply for graduate school and how she discovered her profession.
  2. What is research?「the difference between studying and research」
    For those thinking about pursuing higher education, she will talk about the particulars of the entrance exams for pursuing Master's degrees.
    * Overall content has been attached separately.

Message from the Guest Lecturer
Feel free to talk to me about anything in regards to your career! Particularly those who are thinking about entering graduate school and are troubled about which school to apply to and the application process, I greatly welcome you. Early preparation is crucial for pursuing higher education, so first and second-year students, you should definitely participate as well!

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.

Deadline: 10:30 on July 9th, 2019 (Tues)
**Note: You will not be able to apply once the deadline has passed.

Attached File:

event description(PDF)
Overall content(PDF)

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