NUCB 2020 Career placement
97% of students received a job offer during COVID-19
NUCB has a long tradition as a university with a strong employment rate. Most recently, the Faculty of Economics (JP) was ranked 1st place (Central Japan) for employment success by Asahi Shimbun for their University Ranking 2020 Edition.
The career support center at NUCB spends considerable time with students to get to know their personality, interest, and skills to provide effective support during their employment research.
Additionally, NUCB regularly invites guest lecturers from famous companies to guide students for their future careers as well as invitations to career fairs throughout Japan.
Students are also invited to take part in "Job Hunting Workshops" to receive guidance on mock interviews and join group discussions from NUCB alumni and hiring managers of companies.
Thanks to this detailed process and various support activities carried out by NUCB career support staff, our 2020 graduating students have been offered employment by excellent companies located both inside and outside Aichi prefecture.
Examples of companies as of March 2020
As of March 25, the university maintained a high employment rate of 97.0%.
The recession caused by the pandemic brought the nationwide average to 89.5%, which is 2.8 percent lower than the previous year.
Thanks to efforts from the career team and the high-benefit of the case-based teaching method that allows students to develop practical skills, NUCB managed to keep its high career placement to some of the top companies in Japan and worldwide.
In addition, to support students who plan to start an international career and work overseas, NUCB holds an overseas internship program (CAPI) twice a year, which sends students to work for Japanese companies operating in ASEAN countries. This year, the program will be held online.
Click here for more information on overseas internships (in Japanese).
Employment Success Rate
Satisfaction with the place of employment 2019
Employment Success - Faculty of Economics