Schedule

Pathways through Graduate School ~Things You’ll Regret not Knowing? The Reality of Going to Graduate School~

Dec
13

Time/date: Tuesday, December 13, 2022. 18:00-19:30
For:

Mainly 1st and 2nd year undergraduate students
*3rd and 4th year students are also welcome to attend.

Venue:

Zoom

Speakers:

Moderator
Yoshiki Shinohara, Ph.D. (APM)
Speakers: 4 People
Current students planning to attend graduate school from next spring, Ph.D. candidate in the first half of his program, working adult simultaneously conducting research in the Ph.D. program

Language:

Japanese

Entry:

Free

Application deadline: Monday, December 12, 2022. 11:00
Attire:

Casual style

Application / Inquiries:

▼ For more details, please refer to the Campus mate.

Contents:

In this seminar, alumni who have entered graduate schools in Japan will talk about their honest experiences in the form of a panel discussion.
The speakers are at different stages in their careers: current students graduating in March 2023 who will attend domestic graduate schools, a Ph.D. candidate in the first half of his program, and a Ph.D. candidate who is working while conducting research.
There will also be plenty of time in the Q&A session, so please take this opportunity to ask any questions you may have about careers and graduate school!

Please see the attached file for information on the speakers’schools and fields of specialty.

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[For Grad & UG] Want to get a job in Japan? Join this!

Dec
13

Time/date: Tuesday, December 13, 2022. 18:00-19:30<6th period>
Venue: Pacific Café
Language: English
Sponsors: JETRO + APU
Application / Inquiries:

https://forms.office.com/r/c66gJMmdi1
Application Deadline:12/9(Fri)
(Walk-in is welcome but prior registration is recommended)

Program Guidance for APU JETRO DESK by Mr.Baba Keiji JETRO
Lecture by Mr. Ishii Masamitsu JETRO
Contents

Anyone who wants to know about finding a job at a Japanese company, gather around!

JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) has 76 offices in 55 countries around the world, providing international business support to Japanese companies and attracting foreign companies to Japan (investment-in Japan promotion). JETRO is an organization that knows what Japanese companies want from collaboration with universities.
JETRO and APU signed a partnership agreement on November 2, and now, JETRO officials will be here to tell APU students how to thrive in the Japanese corporate world. If you are interested in working for a Japanese company, please join us. The content is primarily for international students, both graduate and undergraduate, but domestic students are also welcome.

JETRO-APU Agreement:
https://en.apu.ac.jp/home/news/article/?storyid=3376

Experts will explain in English about visas, foreign human resources valued by Japanese companies, why Japanese companies hire foreigners, etc.

This event will be the kick-off event for JETRO DESK, which will be set up in the Career Office. JETRO DESK is an opportunity for APU students to directly contact JETRO for advice on how to find employment in international companies and how to conduct trade with foreign countries. There is also an explanation of how to make use of that DESK.

Don't miss it!

File Attachment Want to get a job in Japan? Join this!.pdf

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