Degree Programs in Medical Sciences, Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences

Admission Policy

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Doctoral Program in Medical Sciences

1. Our Mission

We encourage students to contribute to society with leading biomedical researchers and educators who have a spirit of creativity and cooperation by making full use of their knowledge of biomedical sciences, skills, and communication ability through scientific discussions and spirit of respect.

2. Educational Goals

We provide systematic medical graduate school education unifying with the Clinical Sciences and integrate various programs of Musha-shugyo that cover wide range of medical subjects and cultivate students’ independence, communication ability and problem-solving capability. The concept of total research activities in the program is grasped through “Lecture in Life System and Medicine”, “Special Seminar in Medical Sciences”, “Special Studies on Medical Sciences” and each major course explore advanced aspects of specialized issues. “International Practical Medical Science” is to nurture a sense of internationality to be actively involved in the world level. “Training in Medical Science Education” provides primary knowledge and skills required to become university faculty.

3. Prospective Students

We are seeking the students who are strong-minded to contribute to future of humanity by developing medical researches with the fundamentals of human bioscience essence; and those who perceive basic concepts of their major that emphasize the independency, creativity and internationality and also who are able to pursue learning experience.

4. Selection Policy

[Basic Principle]
We conduct both written English proficiency examination and oral examinations for the major field. The oral examination is based on his own research plan that an applicant submits prior to the examination so that the applicants are diverse in their backgrounds. These examinations are conducted both in English and in Japanese.

For the enrollment in April of coming year, two examinations including the one for people with work experience are regularly conducted twice a year in August and in February. Another examination for the international courses takes place accordingly at partner universities abroad







Submission of
Doctoral Thesis

Faculty of Medicine Research Archive