Career Counseling

Please feel free to ask anything you would like to know about careers. We will respond to all of your queries and questions. How should I fill in the entry sheet? What are the jobs that fit my field of expertise? What should I do to become a researcher? We will respond to your needs. So, don't hesitate. Just visit us.

Under what circumstances can I use this service?

  • What is a normal schedule for finding employment?
  • What are the characteristics of recruitment in science and engineering?
  • What is the effective way of filling in the entry sheet?
  • What is the trick to successful interviews?
  • I got a number of job offers, but I can't decide which to accept.
  • I haven't received any job offers.
  • I can't decide which way to proceed.
  • What should I do to get a job in my field/in an unrelated field?
  • Can women get jobs as researchers? Etc.

Introduction to the Career Advisors

Every week, each of our four career advisors spends a day on duty at the Ookayama Campus and the Suzukakedai Campus. An appointment system is used to enable them to talk things through with you carefully. Advisors provide you with information regarding employment, respond to fundamental questions about employment, give advice on how to do various things, and offer employment counseling.

Name of Advisor Day on Duty

Advisor's Message to Students

Toshiko Morishima
〔Days on Duty〕

I joined a consulting firm specializing in human resource management and development (HRM and HRD) after earning my master's degree in psychology. I designed and delivered human resource development programs for various types of employees, including new employees, those in middle management, corporate leaders, engineers, sales representatives, and those working in customer satisfaction. I also worked with clients on HRM issues. For the past ten years, I have been doing work related to career counseling at universities. At Tokyo Tech, I have been a career consultant since 2010 and I have also been teaching career design courses to master's students. Through my experience and knowledge of corporate human resource management as well as through stories of what past Tokyo Tech students are doing today and how they got there, I will help answer questions and resolve issues you may have about building your careers. Let's work together to make a career plan that lets you take control of your future.

Akiko Yasumura
〔Days on Duty〕

After graduating from university, I joined a public interest corporation. I was interested in human resource management in this organization. After that, when I was in charge of student support for a university corporation, I got a career counselor qualification. I am interested in the career design of the doctoral course, and I have focused on "Identity formation during job hunting" in the master's program and "Changes in occupational identity formation" in the doctoral course. I have been a career advisor at a university for 11 years. I have extensive experience in supporting students in various fields. The job they want is in the food industry. Or automobiles, fuels, materials, chemicals, publishing, and foreign companies, public services, education. etc. Job hunting is a valuable opportunity for you can be known in various ways. I will do my best to ensure that you are able to take this opportunity meaningfully.

Waka Fukuoka
* Available in English
〔Days on Duty〕

I worked at a large manufacturer for more than 30 years in Japan, experiencing various kinds of jobs such as document localization, global marketing, engineer education, and HR. As a manager of HR team, I had many experiences of an interviewer for employment examinations.
I hope to help international students to get a job position in Japan by explaining characteristics of Japanese job hunting.

Kumiko Ogino
* Available in English
〔Days on Duty〕Ookayama:Friday

After completing MA in Education, Gender and International Development in England, I joined an international consulting firm in Tokyo that has been providing professional services for sustainable development in developing countries. As a consultant of Human Resource Development, I have been working on diverse international cooperation projects with multi-cultured international stakeholders in Asian, African and Middle Eastern countries.

COVID-19 continues to threaten the foundation of global economic activities and people’s livelihoods. You can, however, create your bright future with your neighbors by catching the new value and considering the position and role of yourself in uncertain environment. I would be delighted to support developing your career at Tokyo Tech for your hopeful and fruitful life.

*Wednesday consultations are not assigned to a fixed advisor, so please check the calendar in the Career Consultation Appointment System.

Opening Hours (Appointments Required)





Ookayama Campus

Monday to Friday
(Excluding national holidays, year-end and New Year holidays, and university holidays)

B1F Taki Plaza


Suzukakedai Campus

Monday to Friday
(Excluding national holidays, year-end and New Year holidays, and university holidays)

1F S3 building (Library)



Counseling sessions begin on the hour (from 11:00, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00)


Counseling begins at 11:00 and ends at 16:45 (excl. 13:00-14:00)
After 17:00 are reserved for appointments made on the same day.
(more information will follow the bottom of the page)

Counseling Appointments (In principle, by appointment only)

[1] Making an appointment

Booking can be made only through the Tokyo Tech Portal.
Tokyo Tech Portal → Login → Web system for S&F → Menu → Career Counseling

(Career Counseling Appointment System ) Select campus → Select day → Select start time → Input appointment details → Book appointment
・You can schedule an appointment from 30 days to 1 hours before the counseling session. However, counseling sessions after 17:00 are reserved for appointments made on the same day. For same-day appointments, reservations will close by 16:00.

You can only book one appointment at a time.
You will be able to make another appointment after your previous counseling session has finished. To make changes to your appointment, please edit your online registration card for career advice.

[2] Counseling session duration

・Each counseling session lasts a maximum of 45 minutes.
 Counseling sessions begin at 11:00, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00. (excl. 13:00-14:00)
・20 minutes only for same-day appointments. If you need a longer counseling session, please make an appointment at least a day in advance.
 Counseling sessions for appointments made on the same day begin at 17:00, 17:30. 
*Generally, the last timeslot is 17:30, but this can be extended during some academic periods. Please check the calendar page.
*We apologize for the inconvenience, but due to the declaration of a state of emergency, we have suspended the extension of same-day appointments.

[3] Appointment confirmation

When your appointment is booked, a confirmation email will be sent to you. You can always check your appointment details on the calendar page.

[4] Canceling an appointment

You have until 8 a.m. on the day of your visit to cancel your appointment using the system. After 8 a.m., you can cancel or make any changes to your appointment via email ( After your cancellation or changes have been completed, you will receive a confirmation via email.
Warning: Please notify always about your cancellation, as the lack of it will cause inconvenience to the other students and career advisors. Cancellation without notice or failing to show up will result in your being disallowed from making another appointment for 7 days.

We are available to consult with you about job hunting in Japan after graduation from Tokyo Tech.
Please send an e-mail to the contact information below.



152-8550 TP-006, 2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
Career Support Services, Student Success Support Section,
Student Support Center, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Tel 03-5734-3012  FAX 03-5734-3240