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Based on its founding principles, the University of Tsukuba is fostering human resources who have "internationality", "future vision", and "problem-solving" ability. Our graduates are highly appreciated in various fields such as private companies, government offices, education and other fields.

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Career Options after Graduation for 2014

Schools and Colleges
Schools / Colleges Graduated Graduate School Employed Employed Others
Industry Education Public Service / Independent Administrative Institution Residents
School of Humanities and Culture 260 (160) 33 (13) 168 (108) 113 (79) 16 (8) 39 (21)   59 (39)
School of Social and International Studies 200 (95) 25 (9) 151 (77) 123 (63) 1 (1) 27 (13)   24 (9)
School of Human Sciences 124 (76) 38 (23) 68 (42) 47 (28) 6 (4) 15 (10)   18 (11)
School of Life and Environmental Sciences 287 (135) 195 (85) 50 (35) 38 (27) 1 11 (8)   42 (15)
School of Science and Engineering 550 (72) 393 (46) 133 (24) 103 (18) 13 (3) 17 (3)   24 (2)
School of Informatics 272 (95) 126 (19) 122 (63) 96 (44) 2 (1) 24 (18)   24 (13)
School of Medicine and Medical Sciences 222 (135) 31 (16) 189 (118) 68 (63) 9 (9) 9 (9) 103 (37) 2 (1)
School of Health and Physical Education 242 (72) 57 (19) 153 (40) 106 (26) 34 (14) 13   32 (13)
School of Art and Design 107 (77) 37 (19) 42 (35) 35 (29) 4 (3) 3 (3)   28 (23)
Total 2,264 (917) 935 (249) 1,076 (542) 729 (377) 86 (43) 158 (85) 103 (37) 253 (126)

Note: (Parentheses) indicates the number of female students.

Graduate School (Master's Programs)
Programs Graduated Graduate School (PhD) Employed Employed Researchers Returned to
Previous
Employment
Others
Industry Education Public Service,
Independent Administrative Institutions
Education 91 (38) 6 (3) 62 (25) 4 (4) 55 (19) 3 (2)   4 (1) 19 (9)
Humanities and Social Sciences
(first 2-yr part of doctoral program)
91 (47) 21 (8) 26 (12) 17 (9) 2 (1) 7 (2)   11 (4) 33 (23)
Business Sciences
(first 2-yr part of doctoral program)
52 (15)             50 (13) 2 (2)
Business Sciences
(Professional Degree Program)
62 (25)             59 (22) 3 (3)
Pure and Applied Sciences
(first 2-yr part of
doctoral program)
259 (29) 47 (9) 196 (18) 183 (17) 6 7 (1)     16 (2)
Systems and Information Engineering
(first 2-yr part of doctoral program)
452 (73) 35 (7) 373 (50) 356 (46) 1 16 (4)   4 (1) 40 (15)
Life and Environmental Sciences
(first 2-yr part of doctoral program)
261 (106) 59 (15) 159 (70) 132 (56) 8 (3) 19 (11)   3 40 (21)
Comprehensive Human Sciences
(Master's Program)
71 (31) 13 (4) 28 (13) 26 (11) 1 (1) 1 (1)   24 (11) 6 (3)
Comprehensive Human Sciences
(first 2-yr part of doctoral program)
339 (175) 63 (24) 156 (81) 90 (47) 48 (21) 18 (13) 6 (3) 55 (31) 59 (36)
Library, Information and Media Studies
(first 2-yr part of doctoral program)
38 (15) 2 25 (10) 20 (8) 1 (1) 4 (1)     11 (5)
Total 1,716 (554) 246 (70) 1,025 (279) 828 (198) 122 (46) 75 (35) 6 (3) 210 (83) 229 (119)

Note: (Parentheses) indicates the number of female students.

Graduate School (Doctoral Programs)
Programs Graduated Graduate School (PhD) Employed Employed Researchers Returned to
Previous
Employment
Others
Industry Education Public Service, Independent Administrative Institutions
Humanities and Social Sciences 18 (7)   8 (3)   8 (3)   4 (1)   6 (3)
Humanities and Social Sciences
(second 3-yr part of doctoral program)
12 (4)   4   3 1   1 7 (4)
Business Sciences
(second 3-yr part of doctoral program)
7 (1)             7 (1)  
Business Sciences
(Professional Degree Program)
23 (6)             22 (5) 1 (1)
Pure and Applied Sciences
(second 3-yr part of doctoral program)
41 (2)   11 (2) 9 (2) 1 1 18 7 5
Pure and Applied Sciences
(3-yr part of doctoral program)
15 (3)   9 (2) 1 1 (1) 7 (1) 4 (1) 1 1
Systems and Information Engineering
(second 3-yr part of doctoral program)
58 (8)   23 (2) 11 (2) 9 3 8 (3) 16 (1) 11 (2)
Life and Environmental Sciences 6 (2)   2 2     1 (1) 1 2 (1)
Life and Environmental Sciences
(second 3-yr part of doctoral program)
91 (32)   24 (11) 14 (8) 1 9 (3) 27 (6) 13 (4) 27 (11)
Life and Environmental Sciences
(3-yr part of doctoral program)
4             4  
Comprehensive Human Sciences 70 (24)   40 (14) 30 (12) 7 (1) 3 (1) 4 (3) 20 (3) 6 (4)
Comprehensive Human Sciences
(second 3-yr part of doctoral program)
48 (24) 1 19 (8) 7 (3) 8 (4) 4 (1) 10 (5) 9 (5) 9 (6)
Comprehensive Human Sciences
(3-yr part of doctoral program)
33 (20)   19 (10) 7 (4) 11 (5) 1 (1) 6 (4) 7 (5) 1 (1)
Library, Information and Media Studies
(second 3-yr part of doctoral program)
5 (3)   2 (1) 1   1 (1)     3 (2)
Total 431 (136) 1 161 (53) 82 (31) 49 (14) 30 (8) 82 (24) 108 (24) 79 (35)

Note: (Parentheses) indicates the number of female students.

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