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Alumni Careers

Alumni Careers (in recent three years)

 Postgraduate education
      University of Tsukuba
Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences, Graduate School of Education,
         Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, and Graduate School of
         Comprehensive Human Sciences.

      Graduate Schools in other Universities
         The University of Tokyo, Hokkaido University,
         Osaka University, and University of Yamanashi

 Government employees and teachers
      Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department,
      Japan Air Self-Defence Force, Prefectural governments of Akita, Saitama, and Niigata,
      City governments in Kawasaki and Tsukuba, Teachers of public schools in Gunma and
      Hokkaido,Teachers of public junior high schools in Saga and Shizuoka,
      Teachers of private high schools in Ibaraki, Kanagawa and Tokyo.
      (including the careers after postgraduate education)

 Companies, etc.
      Asahi Glass, ABeam Consulting, Albion, eAccess, Canon, Career Design Center,
      Koshuha Precision, Foundation for Promotion of Material Science and Technology,
      Kazusa Environmental Research Center, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Sekisui Chemical,
      Daikin Industries, Daikokuya, Taisho Pharmaceutical, Takata Koryo, Tamura Kaken,
      Chisso, TEIJIN, DISCO, Dow Corning Toray, Toppan Printing, NEC, Fujitsu, Fujifilm,
      Bayer CropScience, Hitachi Chemical,Fujimi Incorporated, Bridgestone, Honda R&D,
      Yamanashi Chuo Bank, Ricoh, JAL Express, JFE Chemical, JFE Steel, NOK, TDK, USEN,
      Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), RIKEN,etc.
       (including the careers after postgraduate education)      


Data on alumni careers shown above is from the former Chemistry Major at the College of Natural Sciences.