WASEDA University Career Center is dedicated to assist you in identifying and developing your career goals through a series of career advancement and development programs. An understanding of your ambitions, skills and core work and life values will enhance your chance of making a sound career choice. If you have any concerns regarding the employment market in Japan and how to go about job hunting in and beyond Japan, please do not hesitate to visit us.
WASEDA University Career Center began its functions on October 1, 2002.
It aims to provide not only employment information, but to further support career advancement.
WASEDA University considers career development support as one of the most important services to our students. The Center seeks to assist our students in shaping their future careers, and fully explore their inner strength and skills.
Some of our major services include the followings
Career Consultation Service
You can speak directly with one of our Career Center staff members or Career Development Advisors (CDA) for up to 40 minutes. The service is available during our office hours. If you need to seek consultation in English, please schedule a session with one of our staff members by sending us a message, with your full name, student I.D number and three preferred time-slots, to the following email address.
Career Enhancement Events
Do join us at the various career fairs, recruitment talks, development seminars, and workshops (interview practice, resume-writing, business manner, etc.). These events are open to all our students.
Recruitment notices and lists of alumni are available on the MyWASEDA Career Compass. It is currently available in Japanese only.
You can access our reference books on career development, test and certification (such as SPI3) and recruitment by visiting us during our office hours. Some specific items are available to students for borrowing. Video (AV) recordings of recruitment talks are also available (more than 100 titles per annum) for personal viewing at the Career Center. You can also view the recordings on the WASEDA University Course N@vi.