Our policy for accepting students (Admission policy)

Doctor’s Course

Our objective is to help students meet the diploma and curriculum policies. For that purpose, the Doctor’s Course of the Graduate School accepts students who qualify in any one of the following three ways:

1. Those who meet all of the following requirements:

  1. (a) Those who have already received a well-rounded general education and have a high level of ethical values
  2. (b) Those who have acquired expertise at the level of the master’s course at the Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering in Health Systems
  3. (c) Those who have a strong will to make a contribution to human well-being by solving issues faced by people and structures in actual healthcare settings (health systems) with an interdisciplinary approach.

2. Those who meet all of the following requirements:

  1. (a) Those who have already mastered their respective field of specialization on a master’s course regardless of their majors in undergraduate and graduate education
  2. (b) Those who have already received a well-rounded general education and have a high level of ethical values
  3. (c) Those who have a strong will and a sufficient capacity to engage in interdisciplinary research across the boundaries of subject fields in relation to issues faced by people and structures in actual healthcare settings (health systems)

3. Those who meet all of the following requirements:

  1. (a) Those who have the aim of engaging in activities in order to solve issues faced by people and structures in actual healthcare settings (health systems)
  2. (b) Those who have an interest and will beyond the scope of basic and applied studies in their own area of research
  3. (c) Those who have already received a well-rounded general education and have a high level of ethical values
  4. (d) Those who have a strong interest and will to create ideas on their own that can be put into practical use in society

Master’s Course

Our objective is to help students meet the diploma and curriculum policies. For that purpose, the Master’s Course of the Graduate School accepts students who qualify in any one of the following three ways:

1. Students who meet the following requirements:

  1. (a) Those who have already acquired knowledge required by their respective fields of specialization at any undergraduate department
  2. (b) Those who have a strong will to engage in interdisciplinary research across the boundaries of different fields to solve issues faced by people and structures in actual healthcare settings (health systems)

2. Those who have a strong interest in and will to introduce investigation methods actively from different fields, moving beyond the scope of basic and applied studies in their own areas of research


3. Those who have a strong interest in and will to create ideas that can be put into practical use in society in collaboration with actual settings to solve issues faced by people and structures in actual healthcare settings (health systems)