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  1. Programs & majors
  2. Admissions guide
  3. Entrance exam schedule
  4. Admissions guidance
  5. Obtain a copy from the Graduate Student Affairs Section
  6. Request a copy by post
  7. Past entrance exam questions
  8. Inquiries

Last updated: 31 May 2016

*Entrance to the 2017 Doctoral Program in Health Sciences and Nursing

The School of Health and Sciences and Nusing's Doctoral Program conducts the entrance exam in August 2016 as special admission quota for adult students. (The entrance exam for April 2017 admission is conducted in January 2017 as in the past.)
The entrance exam for the School of Health and Sciences and Nursing's Doctoral Program will involves a foreign language assessment based on TOEFL scores instead of a written English exam.
For details see the Notice regarding the Foreign Language (English) Examination for Entrance to the 2017 Doctoral Program in Health Sciences and Nursing


*Entrance to the 2017 Doctoral Program in International Health

The School of International Health's Doctoral Program conducts the entrance exam for September 2016 admission in July 2016. (The entrance exam for April 2017 admission is conducted in February 2017 as in the past.)
The entrance exam for the School of International Health's Doctoral Program involves a foreign language assessment based on TOEFL or IELTS scores instead of a written English exam (i.e., there will be no written exam).
(The written entrance exam will still be conducted as usual for other programs/majors).
For details see the Notice regarding the Foreign Language (English) Examination for Entrance to the 2017 Doctoral Program in International Health

1. Programs & majors

Education & research aims

The aims of the Graduate School of Medicine are to promote advanced research that will contribute to breakthroughs in our understanding of the mechanisms of life, conquest of diseases, and improvements in health, as well as to produce international leaders in various medical fields who possess outstanding scholastic competence and a high level of creative research ability.

Prospective students

The Graduate School of Medicine is looking for the following traits in prospective students:

  • Individuals with a fundamental knowledge of medicine who are capable of engaging in creative research directed towards achieving breakthroughs in our understanding of life, overcoming diseases, promoting recovery, and improving health.
  • Individuals capable of pioneering the future of medicine using clear, logical analytical skills and an ability to think outside the box.
  • Individuals with the potential to become international leaders in their respective fields of medicine based on advanced knowledge and research skills acquired at the Graduate School of Medicine.

Program Study Term Major Quota
(*Note1)
Main eligibility criteria (*Note 2)
Master's Program 2 years Health Sciences and Nursing
* Due to the establishment of the School of Public Health (SPH), the Master's Program will only accept applications in the field of nursing. Applicants who wish to study health sciences should therefore sit for the SPH entrance exam.
25
- Graduated/expected to graduate from university
Health Sciences & Nursing Public Health Nursing Course(*Note 3) (a few)
(included the quota above)
- Graduated /expected to graduate from university & satisfies respective course requirements

Requirements
Must be licensed as a registered nurse or registered public health nurse, or must be eligible to sit for the national nursing exam and have passed said exam by the time of admission to the program.
Nursing Course (*Note 3) Must be licensed as a registered nurse and have at least three years of practical nursing experience.
International Health 21 - Graduated/expected to graduate from university

Medical Science

20
Profes-
sional Degree Program
2 years Public Health 2 years 20 - Graduated/expected to graduate from university
1 year

1 year course

10

- Graduated/expected to graduate from university and practical experience

4-year university graduates: at least 3 years practical experience

6-year university graduates: at least 2 years practical experience (includes physician & other clinical training)

Applicable practical experience:

Practical healthcare experience * at: healthcare-related administrative agencies; insurers such as health unions; healthcare facilities such as hospitals and clinics; aged care facilities; pharmaceutical industry; healthcare industry; other healthcare organizations (NPOs, NGOs) etc.

* Examples of practical healthcare experience include: qualified physicians, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists, or public health nurses employed by an administrative or healthcare organization.

Applicants are typically required to work at said organization for at least 32 hours/week, although exceptions may be allowed.

Doctoral Program 3 years Health Sciences and Nursing 25 - Completed/expected to complete a master's course
International Health
(entrance to September 2016)
International Health
(entrance to April 2017)
9
Doctoral Program of Medicine 4 years Molecular Cell Biology 19 - Graduated/expected to graduate from a 6-year university course in medicine, dentistry,pharmacy or veterinary medicine
- Completed/expected to complete a master's/professional degree course
- Completed/expected to complete 18 years of overseas curricular education ending with a course in medicine, dentistry,pharmacy or veterinary medicine (*Note 3)
Functional Biology 14
Pathology, Immunology & Microbiology 33
Radiology & Biomedical Engineering 17
Neuroscience 21
Social Medicine 14
Internal Medicine 36
Reproductive, Developmental & Aging Sciences 16
Surgical Science 40

Points to note:

  1. Depending on the exam results, the actual number of admitted students may be more/less than the above-mentioned quotas for 2017.
  2. Please confirm the eligibility criteria in the 2017 Admissions Guide. If you still have questions, please contact the Graduate Student Affairs Section in the Faculty of Medicine.
  3. Graduate Student Affairs Section: 03-5841-3309 (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Mon - Fri)   Email: in@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp

    2. Admissions guide


    Program Japanese English
    修士課程
    Master's Program
    修士課程2017 (注)
    ( 健康科学・看護学専攻添付資料)
    master2017E (note)
    (Health Sciences and Nursing)
    修士課程2017 (注)
    ( 国際保健学専攻添付資料)
    master2017E (note)
    * Please click here for more detail
    (International Health/Global Health Sciences)
    修士課程2017 (注)
    (医 科学専攻添付資料)
    master2017E (note)

    (Medical Science)
    修士課程(保健師コース・看護師コ ース)
    Master’s Program(Public Health Nursing Course/Nursing Course)
    修士課程(保健師コース・看 護師コース)2017 (注)
    (保健師コース・看護 師コース入試案内)
     
    専門職学位課程
    Professional Degree Program
    専門職学位課程2017 (注)
    ( 公共健康医学専攻添付資料)
    SPH2017E (note)
    (School of Public Health)
    博士後期課程
    Doctral Program
    博士後期課程2017
    ( 健康科学・看護学専攻添付資料)
    doctor_kouki2017E
    (Health Sciences and Nursing)
    博士後期課程2017
    ( 国際保健学専攻添付資料)
    doctor_kouki2017E
    (International Health)
    医学博士課程
    Doctoral Program of Medicine
    医学博士課程2017 (注)
    (医 学博士課程添付資料)
    Doctoral Program of Medicine 2017E (note)
    (Doctoral Program of Medicine)

     

     

    (Note)入学資格の追加について  Additions to the Eligibility Criteria of Application

     修士課程  Master's Program
     修士課程(保健師・ 看護師コース)
     医学博士課程  Doctoral Program of Medicine
     専門職学位課程  Professional Degree Program

    *Preliminary review of eligibility (not required for those who fulfill the above-mentioned *2. Main eligibility criteria )

    Those who do not fulfill the above-mentioned *2. Main eligibility criteria according to the Admissions Guide are required to undergo a review of their eligibility prior to submitting an application.
    Be sure to undertake the necessary procedures prior to the deadlines listed in the Admissions Guide.
    The individual eligibility review involves a review of the prospective applicant's school/s (admission requirements, lecture content etc.) as well as of the applicant him/herself (research & career details, research papers published in academic journals etc.).
    Prospective applicants subject to this review are therefore required to submit their school's student handbook and copies of any academic journals containing their papers.

    * Prospective applicants who have been enrolled on a 5-year doctoral course for at least 2 years; and those who have been conducting research for at least 2 years after graduating from university, must be deemed eligible to apply by the Graduate School of Medicine (those who have completed a 2-year master's course or who are expected to do so by 31 March 2017 do not have to undergo the eligibility review)

* Public Health: practical experience requirements for the 1-year course

  1. Required years of practical experience
    As of 31 March 2017, 4-year university graduates are required to have at least three years of practical experience, while 6-year university graduates must have at least two years of practical experience.
  2. Practical healthcare experience
    Examples of practical healthcare experience include: qualified physicians, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists, or public health nurses employed by an administrative or healthcare organization.
    Applicants are typically required to work at said organization for at least 32 hours/week, although exceptions may be allowed.
  3. Prospective applicants who wish to undertake the 1-year course only can confirm whether their practical experience is sufficient before applying by submitting the following documents to the Graduate Student Affairs Section until the date designated on the admissions guide.
    • A) Curriculum Vitae (be sure to include your current contact details);
      B) Certificate of employment (copy acceptable)
    • Upon confirmation of the submitted documents, prospective applicants will be directly notified of the results in advance of the application period.
    • Mailing address: Graduate Student Affairs Section, Faculty of Medicine, the University of Tokyo, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033
    • Please write 'SPH実務経験確認' ('SPH practical experience confirmation') in red ink on the front of the envelope.

Other important information

In principal, Graduate School of Medicine doesn’t give a retest of entrance exam.
Please take good care of yourself.

3.Graduate School of Medicine 2017 Entrance Exam Schedule

*Please double check the details of the entrance examination schedule on the latest Admission Guide.

Program Application Form issue period (*see Note 2) Application Form acceptance period (postal mail only) Entrance exam dates
(*see Note 3)
Announcement of results
Written exam Oral exam
Master's Program 9 May - 8 July 2016 4 July - 8 July 2016 22 August 2016 Health Sciences & Nursing: 24 August 2016 8 September 2016
Health Sciences & Nursing (Public Health Nursing Course/ Nursing Course): 24 August 2016
International Health:24 August 2016
Medical Sciences:23 August 2016
Professional Degree Program 9 May - 8 July 2016 4 July - 8 July 2016 22 August 2016 25 August 2016 8 September 2016
Doctoral Program
(*see Note 4)
Health Sciences & Nursing
(special admission for working students):
9 May -
8 July 2016
Health Sciences & Nursing
(special admission for working students):
4 July -
8 July 2016
Health Sciences & Nursing
(special admission for working students):
22 August 2016
(*Note 5)
Health Sciences & Nursing
(special admission for working students):
29 August 2016

Health Sciences & Nursing
(special admission for working students):
8 September 2016

International Health (September 2016 admission):
7 April -
1 June 2016
International Health (September 2016 admission):
27 May -
1 June 2016
International Health (September 2016 admission):
Foreign language assessment
(*Note 6)
International Health (September 2016 admission):
13 July 2016
International Health (September 2016 admission):
28 July 2016
Health Sciences & Nursing
(general admission):
9 May 2016 -
6 January 2017
Health Sciences & Nursing
(general admission):
4 - 6 January 2017
Health Sciences & Nursing
(general admission):
26 January 2017
(*Note 5)
Health Sciences & Nursing
(general admission):
2 February 2017

Health Sciences & Nursing
(general admission):
9 February 2017

International Health
(April 2017 admission):
7 April 2016 -
6 January 2017
International Health
(April 2017 admission):
4 - 6 Jan 2017
International Health
(April 2017 admission):
Foreign language assessment 
(*Note 6)
International Health
(April 2017 admission):
3 February 2017
International Health
(April 2017 admission):
9 February 2017
Doctoral Program of Medicine 9 May -
29 July 2016
25 July -
29 July 2016
13 October 2016 14 October 2016 25 November 2016

Points to note:

  1. The application eligibility criteria are listed in the 2017 Admissions Guide. However, should you have any questions, please contact the Graduate Student Affairs Section in the Faculty of Medicine.
    Graduate Student Affairs Section: 03-5841-3309 (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Mon - Fri)   Email: in@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp
  2. The Admissions Guide will be posted upon request until approximately one week before the end of the Application Form issue period based on the time it will take an application form to reach the Graduate Student Affairs Section by postal mail. Once this period has expired, the Admissions Guide can be obtained directly from the Graduate Student Affairs Section counter.
  3. For details of the entrance exam schedule (exam times etc.), please refer to the 'Examinee Guidelines' which will be sent by post together with the Exam Card following receipt of the Application Form (advance inquiries will not be accepted).
  4. The School of Health Sciences & Nursing's Doctoral Program in Nursing conducts a 'working student special admission' (special admission) procedure in August for applicants who have completed a master's course at the time of application, in addition to the annual entrance exam conducted in February.
    For details, refer to the 2017 Admissions Guide.
  5. The School of Health Sciences and Nursing's Doctoral Program will conduct a foreign language assessment based on TOEFL scores instead of a written English exam.
    See the Notice regarding the Foreign Language (English) Examination for Entrance to the 2017 Doctoral Program in Health Sciences and Nursing  for details.
  6. The School of International Health's Doctoral Program conducts a foreign language assessment based on TOEFL or IELTS scores instead of a written English exam.
    See the Notice regarding the Foreign Language (English) Examination for Entrance to the 2017 Doctoral Program in International Health  for details.
  7. See '7. Past entrance exam questions ' for details of questions appearing in previous entrance exams.

4. Guidance for prospective students

Guidance for Prospective Students, Graduate School of Medicine, the University of Tokyo

Major Date & duration Information for students
Venue
Doctoral Program of Medicine
Molecular Cell Biology 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Sat, 18 June 2016
Participation is open to all, regardless of graduating faculty. We look forward to your enthusiastic participation.
Reservations are not required.
Following the briefing, participants are invited to visit the research laboratories.
The websites for each research field and laboratory supervisor are as follows.

-Department of Cellular Neurobiology:
    Prof. Shigeo Okabe [Website]
-Structural Biology:
    Prof. Masahide Kikkawa [Website]
-Molecular Biology:
    Prof. Noboru Mizushima [Website]
-Cellular Signaling:
    Prof. Hiroyuki Mano [Website]
-Physiological Chemistry and Metabolism:
    Prof. Hiroki Kurihara [Website]
-Molecular Biomedicine for Pathogenesis:
    Prof. Toru Miyazaki [Website]
-Lipidomics:
    Project Prof. Takao Shimizu [Website]







13F, Experimental Research Bldg.

Seminar Room 5






Functional Biology 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Sat, 14 May 2016

Participants with a keen interest in research are welcome to attend. No prior reservation is required and participation is open to all, regardless of graduating faculty. Participants are invited to visit laboratories after the briefing.

Research fields & laboratory supervisors
-Neurophysiology:
    Prof. Masanobu Kano
    Email: mkano-tky@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp [Website]
-Structural Physiology:
    Prof. Haruo Kasai
    Email: hkasai@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp [Website]

-Integrative Physiology
    Prof. Kenichi Ohki
    Email: kohki@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp [Website]

-Cellular and Molecular Physiology
    Prof. Masanori Matsuzaki
    Email: mzakim@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp

-Pharmacology:
    Prof. Hiroki Ueda
    Email: dsp@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp [Website]








13F, Experimental Research Bldg.

Seminar Room 5







Pathology, Immunology & Microbiology 3:00p.m. - 6:00p.m.

Sat, 21 May 2016
No prior reservation is required to attend the briefing and participation is open to all, regardless of graduating faculty. Participants with a keen interest in research are welcome to attend. See the Pathology, Immunology & Microbiology website below for details:
[Website]

The Department of Pathology, Immunology & Microbiology (Head of Department: Professor Hiroshi Takayanagi) actively engages in collaborative research with cooperative departments, namely the Institute of Medical Science (IMSUT) and the Center for Disease Biology & Integrative Medicine's Animal Research Section, supporting departments within the University of Tokyo, and postgraduate research organizations from affiliated universities; in addition to core departments within the Faculty of Medicine.

Core departments:
-Human Pathology:
    Prof. Masashi Fukayama
-Molecular Pathology:
    Prof. Kohei Miyazono
-Microbiology:
    Prof. Masanori Hatakeyama
-Infection Control and Prevention:
    Prof. Kyoji Moriya
-Immunology:
    Prof. Hiroshi Takayanagi

Cooperative departments:
-Institute of Medical Science, Caretaker:
    Prof. Yoshinori Murakami
-Animal Research Section, Center for Disease Biology & Integrative Medicine:
    Prof. Atsu Aiba
-Department of Pharmacy, University of Tokyo Hospital:
    Prof. Hiroshi Suzuki

Affiliated postgraduate research organizations:
-The Cancer Institute of the Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research (JFCR)
-Research Institute of the National Cancer Center (NCC)
-National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID)







13F,Experimental Research Bldg.

Seminar Rooms 6 & 7






Radiology & Biomedical Engineering 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, 18 May 2016 No prior reservation is required and participation is open to all, regardless of graduating faculty. There will be a seminar consisting of presentations from each laboratory, followed by individual consultation regarding the entrance exam.

-Diagnostic Radiology:
    Prof. Satoshi Kunimatsu:
    E-mail: akrk-tky@umin.ac.jp [Website] or [Website]
-Nuclear Medicine:
    Prof. Toshimitsu Momose:
    E-mail: tmomo-tky@umin.ac.jp [Website]
-Radiotherapy:
    Prof. Keiichi Nakagawa:
    E-mail: k-nak@fg7.so-net.ne.jp [Website]
-System Physiology:
    Lecturer Kimiko Yamamoto:
    E-mail: bme@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp [Website]
-Bioimaging and Biomagnetics:
    Prof. Yasuteru Urano:
    E-mail: uranokun@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp [Website]
-Biosystem Construction and Control:
    Prof. Yusuke Abe:
    E-Mail: abe@bme.gr.jp [Website]

Center for Disease Biology & Integrative Medicine
-Regenerative Medical Engineering:
    Prof. Takashi Azuma:
    E-mail: azuma@fel.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp [Website]
    Associate Prof. Taichi Ito
    E-mail: taichi@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp [Website]
-Molecular Radiology:
    Prof. Kiyoshi Miyagawa:
    E-mail: miyag-tky@umin.ac.jp [Website]







1F, Inpatients' Ward A. the University of Tokyo Hospital.

Reception room











Neuroscience 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Sat, 28 May 2016
Access the following websites for details on the research fields and supervisors of each laboratory:
[Website] or [Website]

No reservation is required to attend the guidance. Please direct all other queries or laboratory visit requests via email to the laboratory in question. We look forward to your enthusiastic participation.

Basic Neuroscience
-Neuropathology:
    Prof. Takeshi Iwatsubo
    Email: iwatsubo@m.f.u-tokyo.ac.jp
-Neurochemistry:
    Prof. Haruhiko Bito
    Email: hbito@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp
-Neurobiology:
    Prof. Kenzo Hirose
    Email: kenzoh@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp
-Neuronal Networks (IMSUT):
    Prof. Toshiya Manabe
    Email: tmanabe-tky@umin.ac.jp

Speech & Cognitive Sciences

-Child Neuropsychiatry:
    Associate Prof. Yukiko Kano
    Email: kano-tky@umin.ac.jp
-Sensory Motor Neuroscience:
    Prof. Tatsuya Yamasoba
    Email: tyamasoba-tky@umin.ac.jp

Clinical Neuroscience
-Neurology:
    Prof. Shoji Tsuji
    Email: tsuji@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp
-Neurosurgery:
    Prof. Nobuhito Saito
    Email: nsaito-tky@umin.ac.jp
-Neuropsychiatry:
    Prof. Kiyoto Kasai
    Email: jimu-psy@h.u-tokyo.ac.jp









Room no.1304
(Seminar room 6)










13F, Experimental Reserch Bldg.






Social Medicine 1:00 - 3:30 p.m.

Sat, 21 May 2016
See the website below for details:
http://www.m.u-tokyo.ac.jp/social-med/Reference

-Molecular Preventive Medicine
-Laboratory of Environmental Health Sciences, Center for Disease Biology and Integrative Medicine
-Forensic Medicine
-Public Health
-Medical Informatics
-Department of Health Communication
-Health Economics and Epidemiology Research
-Clinical Information Engineering
-Health Economics and Epidemiology Research
-Social and Preventive Epidemiology
-Mental Health
-Health Promotion Science
-Biomedical Ethics










Tetsumon-Kinen Auditorium


14F, Experimental Reserch Bldg.









Internal Medicine No admissions guidance is scheduled.
Reproductive, Developmental & Aging Sciences No admissions guidance is scheduled.
Surgical Science No admissions guidance is scheduled.
Master's Program/ Doctoral Program
Health Sciences & Nursing

1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Sat, 7 May 2016 Explanation of Department

3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Sat, 7 May 2016 Explanation of courses

 

Programme
1.   Explanation of Department:
    Prof. Noriko Yamamoto (Head of the School of Health Sciences & Nursing)
Doctoral Program (including special admission)
Master's Program (including public health nursing education course and midwifery education course)
Master's Program (Nursing Course [including Cancer Nursing])
2.  Explanation of courses & research fields
    Gerontologica,Home Care,and Long-term Care Nursing(GHLN)/ Palliative Care
    Family Nursing
    Nursing Administration/ Advanced Clinical Nursing
    Gerontological Nursing/Wound Nursing
    Life Support Technology
    Advanced Nursing Technology
    Mental Health/ Psychiatric Nursing
    Comumunity Health Nursing
    Midwifery & Women's Health
* No prior reservation is required.

Web site: http://hsn.m.u-tokyo.ac.jp/







FUKUTAKE Hall,FUKUTAKE Learning Theater

↑情報学環・福武ホール福武ラーニングシアター





International Health 1:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Sat, 4 June 2016
See the School of International Health's website for details: [Website]

1F, Faculty of Medicine Bldg. No. 1

1F Auditorium
Master's Program
Medical Science Sat, 14 May 2016

1. Morning session (Department of Medical Science briefing)10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m

2. Afternoon session (visit to research laboratories)

1:00 - 5:00 p.m

No reservation is required to attend. See the following website for details: Department of Medical Science Admissions Guidance website
1.  Morning session
13F, Experimental Research Bldg.
Seminar Rooms 6

2. Afternoon session
Research laboratories, Graduate School of Medicine
Professional Degree Program
Public Health 3:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Sat, 21 May 2016
No reservation is required to attend. Details will be posted on the website.
[Website]
Tetsumon-Kinen Auditorium
14F, Experimental Research Bldg.
Center for Disease Biology & Integrative Medicine
Center for Disease Biology & Integrative Medicine No admissions guidance is scheduled (guidance shall be provided via a related department)

5 . Obtaining a copy of the Admissions Guide from the Graduate Student Affairs Section counter

It is scheduled to be distributed from Monday, 9 May 2016. (Only the Admission Guide for Doctoral Program of International Health is scheduled to be distributed from Thursday, 7 April 2016.)

Location etc.

Graduate Student Affairs Section counter, 1F Faculty of Medicine Building No. 2 *turn right upon entering the building and follow the hallway along)

Reception hours: 9:00 to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays

Other important information

Please tell the staff which Admissions Guide you require, i.e.: Master's Program (Health Sciences/Medical Science); Professional Degree Program; Doctoral Program; or Doctorate of Medicine)/Desired Department.

* See ' 7. Past entrance exam questions ' for details of questions appearing in previous entrance exams.

6. Requesting a copy of the Admissions Guide by post

* It is scheduled to be distributed from Monday, 9 May 2016. (Only the Admission Guide for Doctoral Program of International Health is scheduled to be distributed from Thursday, 7 April 2016.)

Mailing of the Admissions Guide may be delayed if you fail to indicate the program for which you wish to sit the entrance exam (particularly for the Doctoral Programs and the Doctorate of Medicine) and your desired major.
Therefore, please confirm your desired program and major before lodging your request.

Request form etc.

The Admissions Guide can only be obtained either directly from the Graduate Student Affairs Section counter or by postal mail (phone or fax orders will not be accepted). To request a copy of the Admissions Guide by post, fill out request form (1) below and send it to the below-mentioned address together with a self-addressed envelope (2). Be sure to write '大学院募集要項請求' ('Admissions Guide Request') in red ink on the front of the envelope.

(1) Admissions Guide Request Form (download form )

If you cannot download the form, write down the type of Admissions Guide you require along with the name of your desired program and your contact details on a piece of paper and send it together with the self-addressed envelope.

(2) Self-addressed return envelope

Fill in your name and address, and attach the required postage to the envelope.

*(3) Guide to postage fees

Copies Postage Envelope size
1 ¥250 No. 2 Rectangular (240x332mm)
2 ¥400 No. 2 Rectangular (240x332mm)
If you require express delivery, add the express delivery fee (typically ¥280) to the postage fee listed on the left. Also, please write '速達' on the reply envelope with red ink.
If your sending address is outside Japan, please enclose sufficient IRC(International Reply Coupons, 1 piece of IRC=130 yen)with the request form. We will send application form by EMS(Express Mail Service).
Our weight of the Admissions Guide is about 200grams. The cost depends on the area where you receive(900-1,700yen(7-14sheets)).Please confirm here(the rate from Japan post) before sending it.

Address

Please be aware that we will not be able to send the application form if the amount of stamp (or IRC) is insufficient for reply.

7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033
Graduate Student Affairs Section, Faculty of Medicine, the University of Tokyo
* Please write '大学院募集要項請求' ('Admissions Guide Request') in red ink on the front of the envelope.

Other important information

You must submit your university/postgraduate transcripts etc. when filing your application so be sure to request the Admissions Guide well in advance of the application deadline to allow sufficient time to collect all necessary documents.

7. Past entrance exam questions

Past entrance exam questions can be obtained directly from the Tokyo Society of Medical Sciences listed below.
Tokyo Society of Medical Sciences
Faculty of Medicine, the University of Tokyo, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033
Tel: 03-5841-3681 (extension: 23681) Fax: 03-3816-3287
Email: igakukai@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp
The type, cost, and method of obtaining previous entrance exams are described on this website.

8. Inquiries

For inquiries about entrance exams and requesting the Admissions Guide, contact:
Graduate Student Affairs Section: 03-5841-3309 (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Mon - Fri)   Email: in@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp