Overview of the business

In response to the need to develop career education and vocational education that aims for social and occupational independence through elementary and secondary education to higher education, the Kyoto High School Collaborative Research Council has been working since 2012 with the aim of motivating high school students to learn for the future and contributing to the promotion of career education at each school. Career Education" project has been launched.

Kyoto Katariba

This program aims to help current university students discuss their current selves and future selves with each high school student, listen to the experiences of university students, draw out the "motivation" in their hearts, and help high school students think about their future.

Kyoto Katariba

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Friday, September 23, 2016 Kyoto Prefectural Rakuto High School
October 5, 2016 (Wed) January 11, 2017 (Wed)
*Postponed due to the approach of Typhoon No. 18
Kyoto Prefectural Kitakuwata High School


The purpose of this program is for high school students in Kyoto Prefecture to interact with faculty members, students, and working adults of member universities, learn about what they have learned at the university, stimulate their motivation to go on to higher education, and help them design their own future.

Kyoto Katariba

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Maruttoku 2016* Recruitment of Participating University Students  maru

About Maruttoku 2016* Participating University Student Recruitment Briefing 【Click here for details】

"Maruttoku Implementation School"

Implementation Report【Click here for details】
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Projects for Female Students

In this program, female high school students and female university students who are about to make career choices can deepen their understanding through group discussions by listening to the reality of diverse career experiences from women who are actually working in society from their respective perspectives. By providing opportunities for discussion, this program aims to help students choose their future career paths, recognizing the reality that work-life balance is required more than men, thinking about career development from a long-term perspective, establishing awareness of career paths, raising awareness of the next generation of professionals, and having a work ethic and vocational outlook.

Projects for Female Students

Girls' Career Talk: The Easiest First Career Course

Girls Carry Talk

Schedule Saturday, February 18, 2017 13:00~17:00
Venue Campus Plaza Kyoto
Organizer Kyoto High School Collaborative Research Council (Kyoto Prefectural Board of Education, Kyoto City Board of Education, Kyoto Prefectural Federation of Private Junior and Senior High Schools, Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry, University Consortium Kyoto)
Co-host High School Consortium Kyoto
Target Female students attending high schools and universities in Kyoto Prefecture

For more information on this project, please click here. Implementation Report【Click here for details】

High School-University Future Session

The High School-University Collaboration Future Session is a program that aims to promote the career development of high school and university students, and sets a theme each time, and engages in dialogue and exchange on that theme across generations such as high school students, university students, and working adults, as well as between schools.

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Contact information

University Consortium Kyoto, High
School-University Collaboration Project TEL 075-353-9153 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto
, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto *Reception hours: Tuesday ~ Saturday 9:00~17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

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