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Admission Policy

While leaders who can present ways to solve issues from a new perspective defying stereotypes are wanted, to construct a society where people can live with a purpose by extending the life-span and improving the pre-symptomatic state, School of Health Innovation aims to foster leasers who aspire to start up business and could strive to revolutionize the society by an approached based on scientific thinking. To achieve this, we would like to recruit those who apply to the following:

  1. Those who have a strong will to construct a society where people can live with a purpose, through healthcare improvement.
  2. Those who has an interest towards social issues and who aspire to solve these issues based on scientific thinking.
  3. Those who attempt to present a solution towards issues between people people with different backgrounds and various organizations, from a versatile point of view.
  4. Those who can present and implement a bold issue-solving solution from a new perspective, defying stereotypes.

Entrance Exam Information

Entrance Exam Content

First Screening Paper Screening
Second Screening Interview Screening

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Those who, by 31 March 2020, have graduated, or are expected to graduate a university.
  2. Those who have completed, or are expected to complete, 16 years or more of formal education in foreign schools outside Japan by 31 March 2020.
  3. Those who have completed or expect to complete 16 years of school education by taking correspondence courses. offered by a foreign school in Japan, by by 31 March 2020.
  4. Those who have completed a program recognized by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) at an educational institution in Japan that is affiliated with the education system of a foreign country, and that has a university program in that foreign country (only if those who complete the program are treated as having completed 16 years of school education in that foreign country), or who expect to complete such a program by 31 March 2020.
  5. Those who have completed a specialized program at a specialized training college (only those with a standard term of four years or longer, and that meet other standards established by MEXT) recognized by MEXT on or after the date determined by MEXT, or who expect to complete such a program by 31 March 2020.
  6. Those recognized by MEXT.
  7. Those who have been awarded or expect to be awarded an undergraduate degree by 31 March 2020, pursuant to the stipulations of the School Education Act, Article 104, Clause 4.
  8. Those who have completed 15 years of formal education in foreign schools, or who have completed 15 years of school education by taking correspondence courses offered by a foreign school in Japan, with high records and qualified by School of Health Innovation.
  9. Those who have completed a program recognized by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) at an educational institution in Japan that is affiliated with the education system of a foreign country, and that has a university program in that foreign country (only if those who complete the program are treated as having completed 15 years of school education in that foreign country), with high records and qualified by School of Health Innovation.
  10. Those who has attended a university for more than 3 years (pursuant to the stipulations of the School Education Act, Article 102, Clause 2, recognized by MEXT), with high records and qualified by School of Health Innovation.
  11. Those who were enrolled in another graduate school pursuant to the stipulations of the School Education Act, Article 102, Clause 2, and who have been deemed to have academic ability suitable for receiving a graduate school education at this Graduate School.
  12. Those who are recognized by this Graduate School as possessing academic skills equivalent to or greater than those of a university graduate based on an individual application qualification review, and who will be 22 years of age or older by 31 March 2020.

Application Submission Period

First-round of application
August 13, 2019 (Tues.) – September 13, 2019 (Fri.)

First-round of application has ended

How to Apply

Submitting an essay is necessary for the application

Please check out the lecture movie and the slide material from the following page for an essay and prove it

Web form

Please fill out the necessary information on the web form and upload the necessary documents.

Please prepare the following required documents

Photo / Certificate of payment of entrance examination fees

In the case of an application from the Internet, you need to send the following documents separately by postal mail
Certificate of English language skills / Certificate of (expected) graduation or certificate of (expected) course completion / Academic transcript

First-round of application has ended

Mail

Put the necessary documents stated in the application guidelines in an envelope and send it by registered mail to the mailing address written below.

First-round of application has ended

Research Gate Building TONOMACHI 2-A, 3-25-10 Tonomachi, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture 210-0821, Japan
Kanagawa University of Human Services
Divison of Establishment for Graduate School of Health Innovation