View past seminar recordings and external event information.

Book a consultation with the Career Center advisor in Japanese or English.

View various job and internship information.

↓Upcoming Events↓

Finding Your Career by Sophia Alumni 5/23 (Mon) 17:20-18:50

Come and join us on campus for our 1st Fireside Chat series with Sophia alumni on the topic of Finding your Career. We will be hosting 3 Sophia alumni from LinkedIn who will be sharing with us their career journey and how they were able to find their career paths.


Please note this will be an In-Person Event. We highly suggest you join us on campus for the event but for those who are unable to join we will be live streaming the event.


Date & Time: Monday, May 23, 17:20-18:50

Location: Sophia University Yotsuya Campus 6-301

Language: English



- Opening

- Introduction of Alumni

- Finding Your Career and Job Hunting

- Q&A

- Wrap Up


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Brief Intro of Alumni:

Taro Kimura - 2007 FLA(Formally FCC) - Professional experience is mixed across Recruitment, HR Tech, IT Engineering. Current Global Client Executive at LinkedIn


Tomoe Noguchi - 2013 FLA - Professional experience in Sales, Account Management, HR, Recruitment. Current Account Director at LinkedIn


Yuki Akezumi - 2011 FLA - Profession experience in the Hotel Industry, Recruitment, Logistics, Talent Acquisition, and Customer Success. Current Scaled Engagement Program Manager at LinkedIn


*Wearing a mask is required for the on-campus event. Please refrain from participating if you have a fever or are feeling unwell.

Online Learning Resources

IBM SkillsBuild - Develop Professional Skills as a Student

edX - High Quality Online Courses from Various Universities

Microsoft Learn - IT Related Online Learning

Resources for International Students

Visa information

Students that hold a "Student" visa must change their residence status after graduation. See the following link for information.


About status of residence after graduation.


A handbook that details various legal matters, labor laws and taxes for foreigners working in Japan. Produced by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.


Click here to view.

JASSO Job HUnting Guide

 Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) produces a yearly guidebook for job hunting in Japan. 


Click here to view.

Japanese Language Learning

Find a study group or volunteer school and work on your Japanese. See the Tokyo Nihongo Volunteer Network Site Here

Programs in Japanese

Sophia University Career Center currently offers various programs in Japanese for all students accessible from the main page. In addition there are specifically tailored programs in Japanese for international students that can be accessed via the main page under "外国人留学生" or the link below.


Resources for international students (Japanese Language)