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Career after Graduation

Employment Status of the Graduates from 2017 academic year through 2019 academic year

As an educational goal, the Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts is developing first-rate creators and users of information that will lead the knowledge- and information-based society with their firm grasp of information and communication technology (ICT) in various fields beyond humanities and science. As the result of this effort, graduates of the Faculty are working at companies in various industries.

The pie chart below shows the employment ratio of the graduates of the Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts and the Graduate School of Information Sciences and Arts by industry from 2017 academic year through 2019 academic year.

 

Career Paths after Graduation (Major Places of Employment of the Graduates from 2017 academic year through 2019 academic year)

Career paths after graduation (major places of employment)

 
 

Advancing to the Graduate School of Information Sciences and Arts

Graduates of the Faculty can advance to the Master's Program of the Graduate School of Information Sciences and Arts. To become eligible to apply to the entrance examination for the Internal Recommendation category, applicants must meet the designated performance criteria.