Japan Alumni Contact
QUT Japan Alumni Reception
QUT Alumni in Japan are warmly invited to attend an Alumni reception, to be hosted by Professor Scott Sheppard, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International & Development) on Friday 12 April 2013.
Join us for an evening of refreshments and networking with other QUT alumni in Japan, as well as staff representatives from ALL faculties with the lovely surroundings of the Cherry Blossom gardens at the Australian Embassy in Tokyo.
We look forward to seeing you in April!
Other ways to stay in touch with QUT Alumni in Japan:
QUT Alumni Japan: https://www.facebook.com/QutAlumniJapan
QUT Alumni North Asia: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=4309378
For further information please contact QUT Alumni at email@example.com
Previous Alumni event in Tokyo
Thank you to all who attended our event in March 2012. The event was a great success with some dedicated alumni voluteering to establish a Japan Alumni Group.
LinkedIn for QUT Alumni in Japan
Alumni are invited to join a new QUT Alumni - Japan LinkedIn group established for our alumni, staff and associates based in, or with business relating to, Japan. This group will provide an opportunity for you to connect and network with your peers in a range of ways - by region/city, course/discipline and even by profession.
To join the QUT Alumni - Japan LinkedIn group go to http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4321211
Alumni Contact in Yokohama- Masatsugu Fujinaka.
The Alumni Office is interested in contacting any Alumni that live in Japan.
Information below is provided by Alumni for Alumni - QUT takes no responsibility for the information provided
Finding a Job in Japan (prepared by Alumnus Masatsugu Fujinaka)
Finding a job is one of the hardest thing that Japanese students (or any international students) at QUT encounters before graduation.
The only way
to find a job in Japan is to search on the internet before graduation and organise
for interviews during holidays. There are web sites containing exclusive information
of job listings, how-to and job seminars being held in Japan.
Here are a few notes.1. Start looking for a job
Don't start looking for a job after your graduation. It is too late (well, but that's what I did). It is advised to start finding a job about two semesters before your graduation. So you can go back to Japan during your holiday's to have interviews.
job fairs in Japan