At the Career Center, the staff provides career guidance for students throughout the year. At a counseling booth, professional career counselors kindly advise you in response to your requests about preparation for employment examinations, interviews, resume writing and more. If you want counseling, please make an appointment with the counselor. We want to assure you that your privacy is always protected. The Career Center offers the following materials that will help you in your job search.
Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Director of the Career Center
Hello, everyone. The Career Center updated its website in the 2010 academic year. In cooperation with each section of the university, we will strive to provide students with academic and employment support. The information that you need is sent to the e-mail address that you have registered with the Academic Affairs Office. This guide will help you get information.
The updated website also enables you to access the website from home for job information. Moreover, you can write about your job hunting experience on the website. So visit the website of the Saga University Career Center. Now is the time!
The Career Center provides services to assist with your career development. These include career counseling, career guidance, career fairs and information sessions, and job information. The center offers full support for you to accomplish your goal, which is to receive a job offer from a company, a local government or the national government.
It's never too soon to start looking! If you are freshmen or sophomore, we encourage you to use the Career Center for self-exploration, internships and career guidance.
Third-year students and first-year master's students should get serious about finding a job. Access the website of the Career Center soon. And visit the Career Center as well. We hope that the Career Center will help you obtain the career resources you need.
Our wonderful staff and counselors are ready to share their advice.
The newly updated website is useful for students who are just beginning, or have already begun, their job search. We look forward to the day when you accomplish your goal.
The Career Center provides job information sent by companies. The information is updated daily, so be sure to access it frequently.
The Career Center offers CSR reports and environmental reports published by companies. We hope you will find them informative for your career choice.
CSR reports-related links
A wide variety of materials and books, including yearbooks, are available. Borrow them for up to three days.
(A student ID is required to sign out a book.)
There are many different brochures available, such as those on corporate seminars and events.
The bulletin board on the first floor of Daigakukaikan posts information on seminars, recruitment and jobs.
The room is equipped with eight computers and a printer.