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Qualifications and Career Paths

Aiming to become an expert with international mindedness

Skills and proficiencies that can be acquired Career paths and places of employment to aim for
Going on the study abroad program during the first year of university will allow students sufficient time upon returning to Japan to focus on career education and job hunting. Our faculty offers a comprehensive career-formation support program that will help students acquire various qualifications. Possessing a sense of international mindedness is required not only in trading and airline companies, or in the tourism industry, but also in various fields such as manufacturing, or ICT and media. Moreover, those who want to focus on promoting multiculturalism can easily find opportunities in public institutions or NGOs.
Qualifications that require specialized skills Employment opportunities after graduation
       

Targeted qualifications


TOEIC Listening & Reading Test
TOEFL
IELTS
Practical English Proficiency Test (EIKEN)
Korean Language Proficiency Test (TOPIK)
Hangul Proficiency Test
Japanese Language Teachers*
Domestic Travel Business Administrator
(national qualification)

Licensed Translator and Guide
(national qualification)
Japanese Language Education Proficiency Test
(Japan Educational Exchanges and Services Foundation)
Microsoft Office Specialist

* There is no license/qualification system, but by completing the curriculum related to Japanese language education in this department, students can meet the conditions required at the time of employment.
Companies looking to expand globally
  • Trading companies
  • Distribution and retail companies
  • Finance and insurance companies
  • Air transportation
  • Tourism, travel, hotels, etc.

Organizations focused on international cooperation and social contribution
  • International organizations
  • International cooperation NGOs

Public organizations
  • Local governments
  • International exchange associations
  • Tourism associations

Information and media industry
  • Broadcast (radio, TV)
  • Newspapers
  • IT (WEB) communication
  • Advertising, publishing, and printing

Japanese Language Education
  • Domestic and foreign educational institutionsprinting
  • International exchange groups

Higher education opportunities
  • Graduate programsprinting

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