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Information for Applicants (Master's)

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Admission to the Master's Program
So far, entrance examination for April enrollment has been held twice in one academic year. For April 2021 enrollment, entrance examination will be held once.

Number of students to be admitted

Medical Science: 20

Qualifications for applicants

Applicants should have a bachelor's degree (for Public Health Course <One-Year Course>, work experience of two years or more as physicians, dentists, or pharmacists is required)
For details, please refer to the application guidelines.
*For Public Health Course <One-Year Course>, we will not recruit applicants for October 2020 enrollment

Application Period

[October 2020 Enrollment] Tuesday, 7 July 2020 to Monday, 13 July 2020
[April 2021 Enrollment] Tuesday, 1 December 2020 to Monday, 7 December 2020

Office hours:

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (JST)

Send the application documents to Students Affairs Office by post using express registered mail. Application documents must reach our Student Affairs Office within the application period. Please refer to the application guidelines for the graduate school.

Overview of admissions

Overview of admissions

Examination schedule

[October 2020 Enrollment] Tuesday, 18 August 2020
[April 2021 Enrollment] Tuesday, 19 January 2021
Even though announced this way, there is a possibility that the graduate school must subsequently revise the examination procedure or postpone/cancel the examination(s) as a measure against COVID-19.

Application procedure

Please refer to the application guidelines.

Fees

Examination fee*

30,000 yen

Admission fee*

282,000 yen

Tuition

535,800 yen (per year)

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

* 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 Master's Program
(NOT eligible for Public Health Course (One-Year Course))

Under the Long-Term Study Program, students who are employed or who have other compelling reasons can complete the Master's Programs in up to 4 years with tuition roughly equivalent to the 2-year tuition by applying for pre-enrollment approval of a plan to complete the Master's Program in a longer period than the standard 2-years.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 request the official application guidelines from the Student Affairs Office of the Graduate School of Medicine so as to confirm the content.