Paths after graduation

Paths after graduation

Diverse paths open up with a liberal arts education.

Each year around 70% of ICU graduates go on to employment and 20% to further education. The rest await the results of certification examinations or admission applications to graduate schools outside Japan, or continue seeking employment with a long-term view.

Paths after graduation in academic year 2016 (as of May 1, 2017)

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633 respondents out of 638 graduates; 5 did not respond

  • Employnent
  • Further-Education

Wide range of employment paths reflects high expectations for globally-active ICU graduates

TThe employment rate (number of graduates securing employment divided by number of those seeking employment) is over 90% every year. ICU graduates have the ability to make comprehensive judgements, to think creatively, and to deploy advanced language skills. Capable of addressing the needs of a borderless and rapidly-changing society, ICU graduates have found employment in a wide range of industries, particularly with global companies.

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The following patterns can be observed in ICU students' job-hunting activities.

  1. With curiosity and a multifaceted view, students search for employment widely rather than limiting themselves to specific industries.
  2. Students proactively visit alumni in order to get a better grasp of the meaning or significance of"work."
  3. Students make objective judgments about what they want to do and how they should envisage their future selves. They decide where to work on the basis of these judgments, rather than factors such as reputation or size of companies or organizations.

Top Companies and Organizations Employing ICU Graduates

 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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