Employment Record2015Fiscal Year

Here we provide information about the track record of Gakushuin University students in finding employment.
Our high successful job-seekers rate is supported by the robust academic skills, broad perspective that our students cultivate through their classes, and a wide variety of career/job seeking support, which provides empathic consultation to each student.

Successful Job-seekers Rate

98.3%

※National average97.3%

Finance
23%
IT
14.4%
Manufacturing
10.6%
Education
4.4%
Civil Service
7.5%
41
Mass Communications
prospective employees
34
Aerospace
prospective employees
4
Business Start-ups
prospective employees

Mass communications includes work in broadcasting, newspapers, publishing and advertising; aerospace includes jobs such as a pilot, cabin crew and ground staff.

Ratio of Jobs by Industry at Each Faculty

  • Law
  • Economics
  • Letters
  • Science
  • Finance:
  • Mass Media:
  • Wholesale:
  • Service Industry:
  • Manufacturing:
  • Education:
  • Civil Service:
  • Others:


Employment Rate by Gender

97.1%

Finance:
Mass Media:
Service Industry:

99.4%

Finance:
Service Industry:
Wholesale:

※Top Three Industries by Ratio of Jobs Found for Men and Women
Male:Finance:19.6%、Communications and Newspapers・Broadcasting and Publishing:18%、Service Industry:14%
Female:Finance:26.2%、Service Industry:19.4%、Wholesale:12.8%

Alumni Living and Working around the World

50COUNTRIES

Number of Countries and Regions where Graduates Registered with the Gakushuin Alumni Association “Ouyukai” Are Residing (as of April 10, 2015)

Job-seeking Support

123PROGRAMS

Main programs

  • ・Interview techniquePICK UP!
  • ・Mass communications and advertising seminar
  • ・Research workshops by industry
  • ・Research workshops by occupation

...and more

Number of alumni assisting with job-seeking programs

381

Job-seeking record

  Graduates Job-seekers Percentage of job-seekers Successful job-seekers Successful job-seekers rate
  Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
Total (by gender) 965 921 757 790 78.4 85.8 735 785 97.1 99.4
Total (both genders) 1886 1547 82.0 1520 98.3
Department of Law 152 83 122 75 80.3 90.4 117 75 95.9 100
Department of Political Studies 118 108 97 97 82.2 89.8 93 97 95.9 100
Department of Economics 202 87 174 84 86.1 96.6 169 84 97.1 100

Department of Management
148 109 131 102 88.5 93.6 128 102 98.7 100
Department of Philosophy 30 77 16 61 53.3 79.2 16 61 100 100
Department of History 39 50 28 38 71.8 76 26 37 92.9 97.4
Department of Japanese Language and Literature 31 81 26 69 83.9 85.2 25 67 96.8 97.1
Department of English Language and Cultures 35 87 31 77 88.6 88.5 31 77 100 100
Department of German Studies 11 36 8 33 72.7 91.7 8 33 100 100
Department of French Cultural Studies 17 61 13 50 76.5 82 12 50 92.3 100
Department of Psychology 32 67 21 54 65.6 80.6 20 52 95.2 96.3
Department of Physics 46 8 27 0 58.7 0 27 0 100 100
Department of Chemistry 33 22 16 16 48.5 72.7 16 16 100 92.9
Department of Mathematics 50 14 37 14 74 100 37 14 100 100
Department of Life  Science 21 31 10 20 47.6 64.5 10 20 100 100

 

Top 15 Employers (total for all faculties)

※Number of Successful job-seekers 1,520

  Name of company Number of graduates hired
1st Mizuho Financial Group, Inc. (MHFG) 50
2nd Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation 31
3rd Tokyo 23 City 28
4th The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. 24
5th All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. 14
5th Resona Holdings, Inc.East 14
7th The Chiba Bank, Ltd. 13
8th Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. 11
8th Saitama Prefecture(Except for Saitama City) 11
10th Mynavi Corporation 10
10th East Japan Railway Company 10
10th Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation 10
10th Chiba Prefecture (Except for Chiba City) 10
14th The Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company, Limited 9
14th Saitama Prefectural Board of Education 9