Graduate School of Medicine


The mission of the Graduate School of Medicine is to help graduates cultivate professional ethics and well-rounded characters, and to help them master sophisticated medical knowledge and technical skills.

 


Requirements
In order to gain entry into a Master’s or Doctoral Program, applicants must have a range of educational qualifications. Please check this website for more information.


STEP 1

Find a Supervisor

Graduate and research students conduct research under the guidance of a supervisor. To enter Hokkaido University as a research or graduate student, you need to find a faculty member who is willing to give you instruction on your research. Find a prospective supervisor from our website:
STEP 2

Apply to the Graduate School

Check how to apply on the website of the graduate school you wish to enter.
Applicants must pay the examination fee at the time of application.
STEP 3

Take the entrance examination

Screening procedures for research students are conducted on the basis of documentation submitted whilst screening procedures for graduate level students differ between each school. Please check the website of the school you wish to enter. In the event that you are required to come to Japan for the entrance examination, you will need to obtain a temporary stay visa at your local Japanese Embassy.
STEP 4

Commence enrolment procedures

After passing the screening process, you will be required to submit necessary documentation, pay the entrance fee, and complete other necessary procedures to become enrolled. Once you are issued with a Letter of Acceptance from Hokkaido University, you can apply for a student visa at your local Japanese Embassy.


FEES POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS
Tuition Fee ¥535,800 (per year)
Entrance Fee ¥282,000
Examination Fee ¥30,000


Graduate School of Medicine

MASTER

DOCTORAL
Semester Commencement April √ October √ April √ October √


Subjects

For a list of all departments and subjects on offer, please click here.


For detailed information on how to enter and what courses you can study, please see the Graduate School of Medicine Prospective Students Homepage

For more information, visit the Graduate School of Medicine homepage.


Updated on   May 19, 2017

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