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Things to keep in mind during your job search

2011-3-24(Thu)

Osaka University extends its sincere heartfelt sympathies to all those affected by the Great Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake.


Students, Concerning job hunting

Schedules for recruitment explanatory sessions and employment exams may be changed in the aftermath of the earthquake. When looking for work, gather information on job offers from company websites and employment information as well as information about public transportation before attempting to visit companies and other locations. Moreover, you are strongly advised to behave in a responsible and mature manner.

Websites you may find useful in your search

If you've received a job offer and it's now been cancelled...

If a job offer you've received is canceled in the aftermath of the earthquake, please provide the Educational Affairs Division of your school your school with a detailed report about the cancellation.


If you are having problems or are worried about something, please contact the Career Support Division or Student Support Station.

Career Support Division
  • Suita -- 06-6879-7087
  • Toyonaka -- 06-6850-6115
  • Minoh -- 072-730-5088
Student Support Station
  • Toyonaka -- 06-6850-6115

The link below may also be of assistance.

Announcement from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: To Students who were affected by the Great Tohoku-Pacific-Ocean Earthquake

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