Employment Results

High Employment Results

Through substantial and well-developed career support services and activities, Doshisha University continues to maintain a high employment rate (97.5% for 2021 graduates) . In our recent survey of students who have been assured of a job before graduation, about 90% were ‘greatly satisfied’ or ‘satisfied’ with their places of employment. Employers and other recruiting organizations consistently give high praise to the students of Doshisha University. This high employment rate is a result of the university’s efforts to support students in their choice of career path, and is achieved not by narrowing down to specific academic and career areas or being swayed by the scale and name recognition of employers, but by respecting students’ individual values and interests. Under the educational policy of valuing the independent spirit of individuals cultivated in a liberal school culture, Doshisha University has been producing high caliber graduates who can act on their own initiative and succeed in a variety of career fields. Above all, the firmly established reputation of such alumni has undoubtedly helped to ensure the consistently high rate of employment of Doshisha graduates.

FY2020 Career Paths After Graduation (as of March 31, 2021)

 Career Paths after Graduation (as of March 31, 2021)

FY2020 Graduate Employment Rate by Industry (as of March 31, 2021)

FY2020 Graduate Employment Rate by Industry (as of March 31, 2021)
*Miscellaneous educational institutions, NPOs, religious corporations, medical and health-care services, nursing care businesses, and government employees are categorized in ‘Public Sector and Others’ (G).

FY2020 Graduate Employment Rate by Size of Industry (as of March 31, 2021)

FY2020 Graduate Employment Rate by Size of Industry(as of March 31,2021)

Top 10 companies employing graduates in the past decade

Top 10 graduate employers in the past 10 years (by study area: humanities and sciences)

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