The situation is getting better year by year as the following.
FY 2013: 146 of 342 graduates sought for job and 124 of them got employed (84.9%).
FY 2012: 140 of 371 graduates sought for job and 117 of them got employed (83.6%).
FY 2011: 128 of 314 graduates sought for job and 103 of them got employed (80.5%).
FY 2010: 99 of 238 graduates sought for job and 72 of them got employed (72.7%).
49 incl. NEC (x 2), ANA All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd., Denso Corp., Hitachi Systems, Ltd., JFE Steel Corp., JT Japan Tabaco Inc., JTB Japan Tourist Bureau Corp., Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Nikon Corp., Rakuten, Inc., Sharp Corp., Toshiba Corp., etc.
54 incl. Hitachi Systems Ltd. (x 2), Kobe Steel Ltd. (x 2), Mitsubishi Electric Corp. (x 2), Toshiba Corp. (x 2), ANA All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd., Bridgestone Corp., H.I.S. Co., Ltd., Hitachi Ltd., IBM Japan, KDDI Corp., Morinaga & Co., Ltd., NEC, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Sharp Corp., Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Toyota Motor Corp., Yanmar Co., Ltd., etc.
72 incl. HU (x 10), Chiba Univ., Chulalongkorn Univ., Institut Teknologi Bandung, Kasetsart Univ., Kyoto Univ., Mitsubishi Chemical Corp., Peking Univ., Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co., Ltd., Tianjin Univ., Toyohashi Univ. of Tech., Univ. of Dhaka, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Zhejiang Univ., etc.
58 incl. HU (x 17), Ehime Univ., Min. of Commerce – Burmese Gov., Min. of Environ. – Japanese Gov., National Univ. of Mongolia, NSK Europe Ltd, RIKEN Inst. of Physical & Chemical Research, Toyo Engg. Co., Ltd., Universitas Gadjah Mada, Universiti Malaya, Univ. of Hawaii, Univ. of Tokyo, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, etc.
‘Career Centre’ offers career support service for all the local and international students at HU, while ‘Education and Career Planning Office in Engineering’ offers the service particularly for the engineering students.
Also, the e3 programme office constantly holds career seminar for international students at Graduate School of Engineering.
84% of undergraduate graduates chooses to proceed to graduate study, and 13.3% choses to get jobs. The breakdown of the job type for graduate students is the following: 27.3% for manufacturing industry, 33.3% for public servant, 9.1% for construction industry, 5.7% for information and communications, 5.7% for teacher, and 15.5% for something else.