Information for IUJ Students

Before you use IUJ Career Support services, please complete your registration on Career Access first.

There is a survey to ask your previous and future career.

User ID: Your IUJ email address before @
PW: IUJ user account password

However, some students are not able to register on it due to scholarship rules which have scholars return to their countries after graduation. For example, JICA scholars except ABE initiative and ADB scholars.

IUJ Career Support shares job and internship information through emails. Please sign up on the form below to subscribe.

To make your resume included in the IUJ resume book, please confirm and understand the purpose of use, and start writing with the following format.

IUJ Resume Format (Word)

– Please send a draft to as Word document

Guide for IUJ Resume Book 2024

Job Hunting in Japan is very unique. To understand Japanese job hunting culture, this guidebook authored by Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) will help you.

JASSO Job Hunting Guide

Holding a business card is not a must during job hunting, but some job hunters prefer to have it to leave your personal information and contact when they talk with the recruiters.

The IUJ school shop helps to order a card with IUJ original format.

How to order:

1. Download the application form for each school and fill out the format correctly by PC, NOT by hand.

Application form for IR students: English / Japanese
Application form for IM students: English / Japanese
*Details are written in the format. Please check them carefully.

2. Print the application form after writing your information by PC and bring it to the IUJ school shop.

3. The image will arrive 3 business days later after you submit the data. Please visit the school shop and check the image.

4. After your proofreading, your business cards will be printed and delivered 3 business days later. Please visit the school shop again and pay 3,200 yen.

Business card images for each school. English and Japanese are printed on each side.

IUJ Career Support organizes several seminars to support job hunting in Japan.

All seminars are conducted on campus, the upcoming events will be shared by emails and the bulletin board.


    Career Guidance for IUJ Students


    Alumni Networking Event


    • Almuni Net working Event Part 2
    • How to do Self-Analysis / How to tell your Strength and Weak point

    Japanese Resume Writing Support


    Japanese Manner for Interview


    How to write Entry Sheet for application


    Japanese Interview Manner and Mock

  • JUNE

    • Tips for Job hunting for the next job hunters
    • Business manner in Japan for Fresh employees

IUJ students can participate in the internship program between early July and late September.

Students may work 8 hours a day during the summer school holidays if you have a work permit.

Please note that some students are not permitted to get paid due to the rules of their scholarship.

The Companies list of the students worked as an intern here.

Host companies of Internship 2019-2023

After graduation, all students are not allowed to stay in Japan with a student residence status even if the expiration date remains.

Please confirm the procedures in case of you continue to stay in Japan as a regular worker or job hunter.

Alumni Career Advisors Network; A-CAN

It is a group of IUJ alumni ready to answer your industry questions or offer advice. They are NOT to hand you a job/internship.
Please access to the following folder in our platform, and read “A-CAN Instrucations” before you contact to alumni.

iuj-home → CC&S → ★new → 5.A-CAN_Mentor Programs → A-CAN


IUJ’s Global Women’s / Men’s Mentor Network

These are subgroups of A-CAN designed to match current female students and with female alumni, and male students with male alumni for their academic and professional support. IUJ students can choose an alum to be their direct one-on-one mentor for academic and career advice and development.

iuj-home → CC&S → ★new → 5.A-CAN_Mentor Programs

Alumni-Students Mentor Program

Career Support Network for International Students in Japan


– Method of job hunting in Japan

– Preparation for the employment exams

–  Study for Business Japanese

–  Employment information for international student in Japan

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