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If your job hunting activities do not proceed as foreseen, this is often the result of an oversight on an important matter.
You are encouraged to use the Placement and Careers service desks to consult on job hunting and careers and to formulate a strategy to help you to secure your selection.
Many job-offer applications cards are received at the university from the summer of each year.
These include job listings which are not posted on the web, as well as job-offer application cards from companies who are particularly keen to employ Keio students.
Even among job postings received from the summer onward, most have extremely short windows from disclosure through to the application deadline, including second-round calls by major corporations. We encourage you to regularly check the job-offer application cards which arrive at the university.
Some job-offer application cards may also be viewed on the Job Vacancy Navigation.
Some students whose job hunting activities do not proceed as foreseen decide to remain in the same year or to extend the period of their enrollment in order to allow them to resume job hunting activities in the subsequent academic year.
However, you should be aware of the vagaries of economic trends and the potential prospect of sudden changes at companies affecting employment prospects. Do not take any decision lightly and endeavor to base any judgements on a careful confirmation of the systems and mechanisms in place.
*Please consult with the Academic Affairs Section for your faculty regarding these systems and mechanisms.
Please ensure to register your current status as of graduation or completion in the Plans After Graduation (Shinro-todoke), regardless of when you will graduate or whether or not you will take up employment.