The Adecco Group is the world's leading provider of HR solutions. With more than 33,000 FTE employees and around 5,100 branches, in 60 countries and territories around the world, we offer a wide variety of services, connecting approximately 700,000 associates with our clients every day. The services we offer fall into the broad categories of temporary staffing, permanent placement, career transition and talent development, as well as outsourcing and consulting. The Adecco Group is based in Zurich-Glattbrugg, Switzerland and we are a Fortune Global 500 company listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.
Since its establishment, the School of Human Sciences has utilized the broad scope and unique characteristics of Waseda University to pursue education and research in a way that emphasizes a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach, with the goal of finding solutions to the many problems facing modern society and building a sustainable society, supported by an outstanding university-wide teaching environment and student life environment. The objective of the School of Human Sciences is to pursue a multilateral and comprehensive understanding of society and reality by utilizing multifaceted methods to explore the human living environment, while adopting a cross-disciplinary approach to a variety of specialist fields of research from a basic standpoint of respect for humanity. What’s more, so that our students can find practical solutions to these problems through hands-on experiences, we aim to foster students with outstanding management and design skills across different job types and fields. The problems tackled at each of the Departments (“Human Behavior and Environment Sciences”, “Health Science and Social Welfare” and “Human Informatics and Cognitive Sciences”) have unique characteristics and themes. However, they share a common mission of producing human resources for society in possession of a strong desire to create a better society in the earnest pursuit of human qualities, equipped with the basic skills needed to become a highly specialized professional or researcher. In order to embody this mission, the School of Human Sciences and the Graduate School of Human Sciences have set out 17 items under the following 7 fields as a guarantee of the core skills that students need to acquire (the Diploma Policy): A – Literacy; B – Methodology and Specialization; C – Interdiscipline and Diversity; D – Design Capabilities; E – Collaboration; F – Reflection and Ethics; G – Self-Education. Acquiring these capabilities and being able to put them into practice in the real world are a requirement for recognizing graduation and conferring degrees. These capabilities will allow students to open up diverse career paths in various industries after graduation, both in Japan and overseas.