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March 9, 2020
[Entrance Exam]
Guidance for School of International Health

This year, a guidance for the entrance examination (master / doctor) of School of International Health for April 2021 admission as well as October 2020 admission shall NOT be held to avoid further spread of COVID-19 infection.

Inquiry :
Graduate Student Affairs Section, Graduate School of Medicine,
The University of Tokyo 7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-0033 Tokyo, JAPAN
E-mail: in [at] m.u-tokyo.ac.jp (note: [at]=@)

 

April 15, 2019
[Entrance Exam]
Guidance for School of International Health

A brief guidance for the entrance examination (master / doctor) of School of International Health for April 2020 admission as well as October 2019 admission will be held. Research activities of departments affiliated to SIH will also be introduced. Schedule is as shown below. Guidance will be in Japanese, but Q&A can be either in Japanese or English. No reservation is required to attend this guidance.

Date : June 8 (Sat), 2019
Time : 13:30 - 15:30 time table
Venue : Small Lecture Hall, Medical Building #2 map
Inquiry :
Graduate Student Affairs Section, Graduate School of Medicine,
The University of Tokyo 7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-0033 Tokyo, JAPAN
E-mail: in [at] m.u-tokyo.ac.jp (note: [at]=@)

 

May 20, 2013
Call for application to the UEHAS student exchange programs to Thailand and Indonesia.

Application Guideline
Application form (word)
Application form (pdf)




April 12, 2013
Guidance for International Students

Guidance for International Students will be held on April 12, 2013.

Time: 18:30-19:00

Venue: Seminar room No.6 (Faculty of Medicine, Experimental Research Bldg.)

Contents:

1. The application procedure at UT for ethical permission to undertake aresearch study

2. Library facilities and services

3. Distribution of an English language version of the Graduate School of Medicine student handbook

Language: English

This is a short introduction for new international students to help you better understand important aspects of the academic environment and research process at UT. Your participation would be appreciated.

Regards,

G30 office

 

July 13, 2012
[IMPORTANT NOTICE]
New schedule and venue of the Demography seminar.

Dear students who attend Demography seminar,

The Demography seminar was rescheduled for the below date.

Date:
July 18th (Wednesday) 13:00-16:20
July 25th (Wednesday) 13:00-16:20

Venue:
604, Department of Human Ecology
Faculty of Medicine Bldg.3 Annex, 6th floor

We will post update information on SIH website. Please check it.
http://www.sih.m.u-tokyo.ac.jp/english/seminar/index.html#jun2012

Regards,

Kiyoshi TADOKORO

 

July 11, 2012
[IMPORTANT NOTICE]
The venue of Demography seminar on July 11 has changed.

Dear students who attend Demography seminar,

he venue of Demography seminar has changed due to Tamaki sensei's condition. She will give lecture at the below classroom with microphone.

Venue: S101, Faculty of Medicine Bldg.3, FIRST floor

Time schedule is the same as before: 13:00-16:20.

Regards,

Kiyoshi TADOKORO

 

July 2, 2012
[IMPORTANT NOTICE]
Next G30 Seminar Demography will be held on July 11 .

Dear students who attend Demography seminar,

We have decided to postpone Demography seminar until July 11 due to Tamaki sensei's illness.

She will give next lecture on July 11. Schedule of the other lectures will be decided upon through consultation with students at July 11's class.

We will post update information on SIH website. Please check it.

http://www.sih.m.u-tokyo.ac.jp/english/seminar/index.html#jun2012

Regards,

Kiyoshi TADOKORO

 

June 27, 2012
[IMPORTANT NOTICE]
G30 Seminar Demography on June 27 postponed until July 4.

Dear students who attend Demography seminar,

We have decided to postpone June 27's Demography seminar until July 4 due to Tamaki sensei's illness.

She will give next lecture on July 4. We will post update information on SIH website. Please check it.

http://www.sih.m.u-tokyo.ac.jp/english/seminar/index.html#jun2012

Regards,

Kiyoshi TADOKORO

 

April 27, 2012
English-language events hosted by the Office of International Academic Affairs.

- "ER Evening" is not just watching TV...
- What is "EME"?
- Oral Presentation Training
- Tuesday luncheon

For more details

For more information, contact :
Christopher Holmes
Assistant Professor, Medical English Office of International Academic Affairs
University of Tokyo, Faculty of Medicine
Phone: 03 5841 3501 Email: cholmes[at]m.u-tokyo.ac.jp (note: [at]=@)


April 18, 2012
FY2012 Student Handbook & How to Use "UT-mate"

"2012 Academic Year Student Handbook for the Graduate School of Medicine" and "[Important Notice] How to Use "UT-mate"" is available for download using the PDF link below.

・2012 Academic Year
Student Handbook for the Graduate School of Medicine download
・[Important Notice] How to Use "UT-mate"  download


April 11, 2012
Guidance for School of International Health 2012

In the Guidance, information on the entrance examination for both Master Course and Doctor Course will be presented. No reservations required.

Date : May 12 (Sat), 2012
Time : 13:30 - 16:30
Place : Auditorium (3rd floor), 2nd Building of School of Medicine ⇒ MAP(No.43)
The University of Tokyo (Hongo 3 Chome station , Marunouchi line or Oedo line)
[Access Map]
*The place has been changed.
old: Small Auditorium (1st floor), 2nd Building of School of Medicine
new: Auditorium (3rd floor), 2nd Building of School of Medicine

Information : Katsushi TOKUNAGA Director,
School of International Health, Department of Human Genetics Graduate School of Medicine,
The University of Tokyo 7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-0033 Tokyo, JAPAN
E-mail: tokunaga[at]m.u-tokyo.ac.jp or nozomi[at]m.u-tokyo.ac.jp (note: [at]=@)


December 28, 2011
Global Health Leadership Program 2012

The University of Tokyo's Global Health Leadership Program (GHLP) is now accepting applications for the 2012 program. If you are interested in gaining frontier knowledge in global health, doing sponsored internship and developing your leadership skills, this program will be an amazing opportunity for you.

Please visit the below to register and download application materials.
http://www.ghlp.m.u-tokyo.ac.jp/application.php

We look forward to receiving your applications.

The University of Tokyo
GHLP Office
ghlp@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp


August 16, 2011
Education of Health Professionals for the 21st Century

Transforming education to strengthen health systems in an interdependent world
http://www.ghlp.m.u-tokyo.ac.jp/tmp/Lancet_seminar_083111_FINAL.pdf

Professional education has not kept pace with the new challenges in the 21st century. Redesign of professional health education is necessary and timely, in view of the opportunities for mutual learning and joint solutions offered by global interdependence due to acceleration of flows of knowledge, technologies, and financing across borders, and the migration of both professionals and patients. What is clearly needed is a thorough and authoritative re-examination of health professional education, matching the ambitious work of a century ago in the 1910 Flexner report.

An independent commission of 20 academic leaders from around the world recommends comprehensive reform in the training of healthcare professionals, in a major new report published in The Lancet. The report calls for competency-based curricula, creative use of information technology, transformative learning, and inter-professional teamwork, as well as a systems approach to institutional reforms.

On the occasion of the launch of The Lancet special series on Japan, the lead author of the report, Lincoln Chen from the China Medical Board, will present the major findings and recommendations of the report. The major objective of the consultation is to learn about the issues and challenges of reforming health professional education within the context of the century of the Flexner report that was assessed by the Lancet

●Date: August 31, 2011, 13:00 - 17:00

●Venue: Fukutake Learning Theatre

●Speakers:
- Lincoln Chen (China Medical Board)
- Richard Horton (The Lancet)
- Sudhir Anand (Oxford University)
- Nobutaro Ban (Nagoya University)

●Pre-registration required.:
Please provide your name, institutional affiliation and contact information via email
(ghlp@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp)

●Fee: No charge to participate

●Contact:
Department of Global Health Policy, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 113-0033
Email: ghlp@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp
(Staff in charge: Ms. Nakagawa)


April 5, 2011
Enrolling Now: Global Health Leadership Program 2011

We have started enrolling students.

Global Health Leadership Program 2011
http://www.ghlp.m.u-tokyo.ac.jp/

Be an Agent for Change
-Building capacity for creating sustainable paradigm shifts

The purpose of the Global Health Leadership Program is to foster the leadership capacity of its participants by providing them with a world-class education comprised of robust academic research and cutting-edge best practices. GHLP graduates will enhance the well-being of human life by collaborating on the creation of a sustainable paradigm for a harmonious coexistence in our global community.

●Target Participants: Students in doctoral degree programs in any discipline at any accredited university. We welcome diversity in participants' backgrounds --from engineering to the social sciences. We also welcome students in master's degree programs as auditors and /or professionals.

●Program Duration: May -September 2011

●Curriculum: 12 lectures (10 lectures on Wednesday, 17:00-20:00, and 2 sessions on Saturday) 3-month on-the-job training (in domestic or overseas organizations)

●Fees: This program is fully funded for doctoral students. GHLP will sponsor travel expenses and living costs for internships. (Please note that internship sponsorship does not apply to auditors and small administrative fees will be charged.)

●Language of Instruction: English

●Venue: Hongo campus of Univ. of Tokyo or off-campus facility TBA

●Organizer: Department of Global Health Policy, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo

●Application Procedure: Curriculum Vitae (format not specified / in
English) and the attached Application Form must be submitted via email to ghlp@m.u-tokoy.ac.jp by 8 April 2011. Applicants may be invited for an interview. Please note that application documents will not be returned.

●Note: Program participants are required to attend all lectures. Doctoral students are also required to satisfactorily complete a three-month internship. This program does not sponsor auditors' internships but may in some cases provide support for those who are willing to undertake internships at their own expenses.

●Contact: Department of Global Health Policy, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 113-0033
Email: ghlp@m.u-tokyo.ac.jp
(Staff in charge: Ms. Nakagawa)

We look forward to hearing from you.

Global Health Leadership Program


March 8, 2011
Guidance for School of International Health

In the Guidance, information on the entrance examination for both Master Course and Doctor Course will be presented. No reservations required.

Date : May 14 (Sat), 2011
Time : 13:30 - 16:30
Place : Auditorium(3rd floor), 2nd Building of School of Medicine,
The University of Tokyo (Hongo 3 Chome station , Marunouchi line or Oedo line)
[Access Map]

Information : Katsushi TOKUNAGA Director,
School of International Health, Department of Human Genetics Graduate School of Medicine,
The University of Tokyo 7-3-1, Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-0033 Tokyo, JAPAN
E-mail: tokunaga[at]m.u-tokyo.ac.jp or nozomi[at]m.u-tokyo.ac.jp (note: [at]=@)

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