Career Support

Your career (working life) starts to take shape the moment you begin thinking about it. To acquire a lifestyle that suits you, it is very important to discover your own values. With this in mind, we have a support system in place that starts in the 1st year. The goal of this system is to help students get a holistic picture of employment by seeking the meaning and value of work, learning about the job market for university graduates and the types of skills they need, and developing the personal strengths they can bring to the world of work.

At Ferris, our mission is to nurture "self-reliant women." We therefore aim to help our students walk along a path towards a successful in every way possible.

Since each student walks on a different path, there are various matters to be considered. We attempt to provide each student with personalized and carefully considered support.

We wish to help brighten your past, present, and future!

Career Seminars

Employment orientation sessions, open seminars, meetings with successful job-hunters, job interview practice, a preparatory course for employment exams, and a training course for broadcasters.

Career Counseling

Students are typically concerned about choosing the right career. The Placement Office provides appointment-based private advising on a needs basis in which highly experienced staff offer personalized advice.

2015 Post-Graduation Career Paths

  Faculty of Letters Faculty of Global and Inter-cultural Studies College of Music Total
Number of graduates 305 219 89 613
Total number of graduates wishing to work 271 197 65 533
Number of graduates in employment Office workers 236 183 53 472
Public servants (including those on fixed-term contracts) 6 5 0 11
Teachers (including part-time teachers) 10 0 3 13
Music school instructors 0 0 3 3
Other 14 6 5 25
Total number of graduates employed 266 194 64 524
Number of graduates not yet employed 5 3 1 9
Number of graduates pursuing further study Graduate school 10 3 8 21
University 1 0 0 1
Study Abroad 1 0 1 2
Junior college 0 0 0 0
Specialized training collges 0 3 0 3
Diploma course 0 0 4 4
Other 0 0 0 0
Total 12 6 13 31
Part-time workers 4 4 3 11
Unemployed 18 12 8 38
Graduates whose career paths are unknown 0 0 0 0