Paths after graduation

Paths after graduation

Diverse paths open up with a liberal arts education.

The trend for student paths after graduation is 70% employment and 20% further education. The rest await admission results from foreign graduate schools, await various exam results, or continue seeking employment with a long-term view.

AY2016 paths after graduation (as of May 1, 2017)

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Number of graduates: 638
Number of respondents: 633
Number of non-respondents: 5

  • Employnent
  • Further-Education

A wide range of employers have the expectation that ICU students will work globally

The employment rate (number of those with employment divided by number of those seeking employment) is over 90% every year. ICU students have the ability to judge comprehensively, the ability to think creatively, and advanced language skills. As human resources that can deal with a borderless and fast-changing society, ICU students have found employment in a wide range of industries, particularly with global companies.

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Regarding students' job hunt, the following trends can be seen

  1. Students have both a multifaceted view and curiosity. They search widely for employment without placing limits on industries.
  2. Students proactively visit alumni in order to sufficiently understand the nature of the work.
  3. Students objectively judge what they want to do and how they should be in the future rather than name recognition and company size. They decide their place of employment accordingly.

Top Companies and Organizations for New Graduates Obtaining Employment

 AY2016

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AY2015

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AY2014

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Employment Data by Industry

 AY2016

2016

AY2015

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AY2014

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  • Employnent
  • Further-Education
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