Faculty of Foreign Studies｜After Graduation/Career Choices
Full support for language examinations of all types.
Students can earn a teaching license to teach junior high school or high school.
In the Faculty of Foreign Studies, students can prepare for language examinations such as TOEIC® through special classes designed for the purpose. It is also possible to earn a Level 1 junior high school/high school teacher's license for teaching English or Chinese by taking specified courses and earning the required number of credits. After further building one's language skills and communication skills over four years of study, students can then obtain a teaching license or other qualification to create plenty of employment choices.
What Our Graduates Do
Students in the Faculty of Foreign Studies go to work in a wide range of sectors, making use of their global sensibilities. With their language skills and knowledge in international fields, our graduates might go on to work for trading companies, travel agencies, or manufacturers, work in the financial or service sector, or go into publishing or education-related fields. Students with highly advanced language skills may become involved in international communications for a private-sector company or work in an international capacity in other ways.
Select Employers of Recent Graduates (past 3 years)
- Osaka Prefectural Board of Education
- Osaka Prefectural Police Department
- Kyoto Prefectural Police Headquarters
- Hyogo Prefectural Police Department
- AIRDO Co., Ltd.
- H.I.S. Co., Ltd.
- ANA KANSAI AIRPORT CO.,LTD
- The Kiyo Bank, Ltd.
- Kintetsu Corporation
- JTB Kansai Corp.
- Sumitomo Life Insurance Company
- All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.
- Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.
- Descente Ltd.
- Tokyu Hands Inc.
- West Japan Railway Company
- JAL Kansai Aircargo System Co.,Ltd
- Nippon Life Insurance Company
- Hotel New Awaji Group
- Resorttrust, Inc.
- WACOAL HOLDINGS CORP.