After Graduation

Daytime Course

One of the characteristics of the career paths at the School of Law, Hiroshima University is that many students desire to be public officers. A large percentage of Daytime Course graduates serve at governmental offices as local or national governmental officers. In addition, a lot of graduate students work for private companies in a position such as the legal department, where they can utilize their legal knowledge.

Evening Main Course

Many working students learn at the Evening Main Course. Because of this, students are able to ask the opinions for their classmates when they decide a path after graduation.

A relatively large number of students work in the financial or insurance industries or take the civil service examination so that they can utilize what they have learned at the School of Law. In addition, some students aim at getting into graduate school because the Hiroshima University Law School is located in the same building in the same campus where the School of Law is.