Design your life at Waseda with “knowledge” and “experience”!
For 1st and 2nd grade students, university life is not only for earning knowledge! The first and second years are the important phase of making your “base” while planning your Waseda life and beyond graduation.
To enrich your base, we have prepared varieties of stages and possibilities for you at Waseda University! Please take these chances while you are a freshman, then grow greatly and broaden your skills and abilities.
Getting a job is not a goal of your life
Career choice is not all about finding a job in a company. There can be a variety of course choices. Also, even if you get a job at a company, that is not the goal. In order for you to have a satisfying, rewarding, and fulfilling day, it is not important what you work for and how you work for it. Develop your own future while clarifying the meaning of working within yourself. In other words, “knowledge,” “thinking power,” and “experience” are in a mutually reinforcing relationship, and by accumulating these, one’s “base” for the future is set.
If you have already determined your career/ life plan
If you are already clear about your career and the profession you want to do, please work towards it.
In particular, for some occupations requiring qualifications or examinations (National Public Workers General Examination, Legal Examination, Certified Public Accountant Examination, etc.), it is advantageous to prepare early.
Design your future guidebook
(gathered useful projects/seminars to enrich your student life)
Please get “Design your future guidebook” at the Career Center or your school office first and discover what draw your attention and interest. Join some programs to enrich your student life!
We issue e-news letter twice a month (every 1st and 15th) in which we inform our career related events and useful job-hunting tips. Our e-news letter is in English and in Japanese. Please register for our mail magazine in the following procedure.
How to register for career mail magazine
Registration via email ([email protected]).
*Our mail magazine in English also includes Japanese explanation as well.
Example of email request:
|Title: English career mail magazine registration request
Dear career center,My name is XXXXX, from School of Law.
I would like to register for career mail magazine.
Student ID: 1BZZZZZ
Waseda mail: [email protected]
How to stop receiving the mail magazine
Those who wish to stop receiving our mail magazine, please email ([email protected]) us with the following information:
-Title: “Stop receiving English career mail magazine request”
-Message：Your name, student ID #, “waseda.jp” email address