Students might become a researcher of their field after graduation from university, or find jobs making use of their experiences obtained while learning at school.
Mathematical Institute graduates work in mathematics-related occupations as university researchers, high school or junior high school teachers,
and actuaries, who compute risks and determine insurance or pension premiums at life and nonlife insurance companies and trust banks.
The Mathematical Institute cultivates capabilities of logical thinking, accurate observation and conceptualization, and problem-solving thinking during the course of mathematics study.
Such ablities can be employed efficiently in occupations such as software-related and IT-related jobs.
Mathematical Institute graduates are playing active roles in various manufacturing industries such as software and electric appliances as programmers and system engineer.
Furthermore, some are successful as editors for mathematics-related books.
Others are government officials working for the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare or prefectural offices, and so on.
After all, many more job notices come to the Mathematical Institute than teaching opportunities