[Chiba] Joint Company Briefing for Foreign Students in Chiba
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A joint company briefing shall be held, for which participation is without charge, aimed at foreign students due to graduate in September 2019 or March 2020 or foreign students graduated September 2018 or March 2019. This is an opportunity to match foreign students who wish to get jobs in Japan and companies actively hoping to hire foreign students. Ten small/medium-sized companies with business operations in Chiba Prefecture plan to take part. A career counseling booth has also been set up.
If you apply in advance, you can receive “Job hunting activity HANDBOOK for overseas students”. Moreover, before the joint company briefing, there will be job-hunting guidance – “how to succeed job hunting in Japan” to relate the attractive points about small and medium-sized companies. The venue is the Meikai University campus, but overseas students from other than the host school can also attend, so we would recommend taking part if you plan to seek employment in Chiba.
|Joint company briefing for foreign students in Chiba
|2019/10/10 (Thurs) 13:00~16:00
12:30 Reception opens
13:00 Job-hunting guidance for foreign students
13:30 Joint company briefing (booths of each company, consultation area)
|Foreign students planning to graduate from graduate school, university, 2-year college, vocational school, industrial vocational high school or Japanese language school in September 2019 or March 2020.
Foreign students graduated in September 2018 or March 2019.
|Meikai University, Urayasu Campus
30 Shunen-kinenkan, 1F Student Hall
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|1 Akemi, Urayasu City, Chiba
|8 minutes on foot from “Shin-Urayasu station” on the JR Keiyo Line and Musashino Line
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