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July 29, 2016  2017 Graduate School of Human Health Sciences [Master’s Program]

         “Asian Human Resource Development Project for Medical Professionals” International Student Special Selection

Faculty of Health Sciences

We offer curricula for solving problems faced in Tokyo, including home health care, elderly nursing care, disaster insurance and nursing activities in mega-cities, programs in medical rehabilitation for an aging society and practical training through close links with research institutes in the Tokyo metropolitan area.

Division of Nursing Sciences

The goal of the Division of Nursing Sciences is practical nursing suitable for health issues in large cities like Tokyo. In addition to nursing focused on medical treatment, the division also attaches importance to home care nursing, community health nursing, family nursing, and terminal care.

Division of Physical Therapy

To foster physical therapists in Japan, Students learn the basic medical sciences, the clinical medicine, and the physical therapy techniques which is practiced in campus and hospitals.

Division of Occupational Therapy

Students learn about illnesses and disabilities, and acquire knowledge and supportive skills. The Division offers tours of hospitals and rehabilitation facilities, and on-site training for balanced experience in physical disabilities, mental disorders and developmental obstacles. The division also offers programs for the state-run examination for occupational therapists.

Division of Radiological Sciences

Radiological technologists take X-rays and handle many kinds of medical equipment, such as X-ray CT, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasonic diagnosis equipment. Diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine and therapeutic radiology play key roles in the field of medicine.

Graduate School of Human Health Sciences

The Graduate School of Human Health Sciences focuses on research related to the health of people living in mega-cities. The education of the Graduate School is based on a learning system established by the theories and practical knowledge from a wide range of health science fields.

Department of Nursing Sciences

The Department of Nursing Sciences is engaged in research and education; in nursing sciences under the theme of health of people living in large cities.

Department of Physical Therapy

The aim of the department is for students to learn research on the recovery of movement from physical disabilities, the prevention of disabilities, and life adjustments, and to encourage people to participate actively in society.

Department of Occupational Therapy

This course offers new potential to occupational therapists with professional experience. Students look at occupational therapy from an interdisciplinary and evidence-based perspective and are given the opportunity to design and conduct research on occupational therapy.

Department of Radiological Sciences

Utilizing brand new methodologies for information technology, the focus of the department is on clinical problems concerning image processing and on computer science. This course includes knowledge and skills for the qualification of medical physics.

Department of Frontier Health Sciences

Our three groups are engaged in advanced and interdisciplinary research in cognitive neuroscience, clinical neuroscience, and the science of muscle and cell motility, to elucidate critical issues in the human health.

Department of Health Promotion Sciences

The Department of Health Promotion Sciences consists of three interdisciplinary areas: human adaptation, motor behavior, and nutrition/food sciences.



Arakawa Campus

Address: 7-2-10, higashiogu, Arakawa City, Tokyo, Japan 116-8551
TEL: 81-3-3819-1211
(Faculty: Sophomores to Senior Students / Graduate Schools: except Department of Health Promotion Sciences)

Minami-osawa Campus

Address: 1-1, minamiosawa, Hachioji City, Tokyo, Japan 192-0397
TEL: 81-42-677-1111
(Faculty: Freshman / Graduate School: Department of Health Promotion Sciences)


Arakawa Campus

Arakawa Campus is a 3-minute walk from Kumano-Mae Station, Toden Arakawa Line.

― From Narita Airport to Kumano-Mae ―

[KS41/KS42]Narita Airport St. → <Keisei Line / Skyliner / 36min.>External Link → [KS02]Nippori St. → <Keisei Line / 3min.>External Link → [KS04]Machiya St. → <2-min. walk> → Machiya-Eki-Mae St. → <Toden Arakawa Line / 5min.>External Link → Kumano-Mae St.

― From Haneda Airport to Kumano-Mae ―

Haneda Airport St. → <Tokyo Monorail / 23min.>External Link → Hamamatsucho St. → <JR Keihintohoku Line / 19min.> → Oji St. → <2-min. walk> → Oji-Eki-Mae St. → <Toden Arakawa Line / 11min.>External Link → Kumano-Mae St.

Minami-Osawa Campus

Minami-Osawa Campus is a 5-minute walk from the Minami-Osawa Station, Keio Line.

― From Narita Airport to Minami-Osawa Campus ―

From Narita Airport to Shinjuku
Narita Airport St. → <JR Narita Express / 77min.>External Link → Shinjuku St.
Narita Airport St. → <JR Narita Express / 53min.>External Link → Tokyo St. → <JR Chuo Line / 14min.> → Shinjuku St.
Narita Airport St. → <Keisei Line / Skyliner / 36min.>External Link → Nippori St. → <JR Yamanote Line / 21min.> → Shinjuku St.

From Shinjuku to Minami-Osawa
Shinjuku St. → <Keio Line / Hashimoto-bound Express train / 40 min.>External Link → Minami-Osawa St.

― From Haneda Airport to Minami-Osawa ―

Haneda Airport St. → <Keihin Kyuko Line / 19min.>External Link → Shinagawa St. → <JR Yamanote Line / 19min.> → Shinjuku St. → <Keio Line / Hashimoto-bound Express train / 40 min.>External Link → Minami-Osawa St.