Fri, Mar
16

International Student Job Fair

9:30am – 5:30pm
Free

If you’re looking to stay in Japan post-study, this job fair is a great way for international college graduates who are looking to use the Japanese language skills alongside their academic experience to succeed in the Japanese business world. With companies specifically interested in hiring international employees, it is a great chance to meet over 30 major Japanese companies. There will be representatives from manufacturing, telecommunications, and customer service sectors among others, ensuring there are opportunities for all who attend. As this is an official opportunity to impress potential future employers, be sure to arrive dressed appropriately and to bring stationery and the tickets you receive upon registering. You are required to register and submit relevant information beforehand, and on the day it is not necessary to bring a printed CV, but if you have one you can hand it in at reception. It might be a good idea to have plenty of meishi (business cards) ready!

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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