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Information for Applicants (Doctoral)

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Admission to the Doctoral Program

Number of students to be admitted

Medicine: 90 (including working students)

Qualifications for applicants

Graduates from universities of medicine or dentistry, or from a 6-year schools of veterinary medicine or of pharmacy, or students who have completed a Master's Program are eligible. (For details, please refer tothe application guidelines.)

Application Period

[August Examination, 2017]  Wednesday, 19 July 2017 to Tuesday, 25 July 2017
[January Examination, 2018]  Tuesday, 28 November 2017 to Monday, 4 December 2017

Office hours:

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (JST)
If you send the application by post, you must use registered express mail. Application documents must reach our Student Affairs Office within the application period. Please refer to the application guidelines for graduate school.

Overview of admissions

Overview of admissions

Examination schedule

[August Examination, 2017]  Wednesday, 23 August 2017
[January Examination, 2018]  Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Application procedure

Please refer to the application guidelines for the graduate school on our website.

Fees

Examination fee*1

30,000 yen

Admission fee*1

282,000 yen

Tuition

535,800 yen (per year)

Note: Admission and tuition fees may be changed at any time.

*1 Those who are expected to complete the Hokkaido University Master's Program and intend to take examinations for the Hokkaido University Graduate School of Medicine, or government-financed international students (persons receiving MEXT Scholarship grants) are exempted from this fee but must include a statement to this effect when submitting the application.

Long-Term Study Program for the Doctoral Program

Long-Term Study Program (longer than four years) is offered for those who wish to study and acquire a degree through a long-term enrollment due to time limitations. Applicants are individually screened for eligibility. Details

Note

Information on this page is based on official application guidelines but shall not be regarded as official. The Graduate School of Medicine is not responsible for the content of this page, so please obtain official application guidelines from the Student Affairs Office of the Graduate School of Medicine so as to confirm the content.