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School of Medicine

Educational Objectives

Term of Study: 6 years                                        Degree Granted: Doctor of Medicine                                    Admission Capacity per Year: 110

  The School of Medicine aims to build the foundation for medical professionalism through providing quality education and training. Students work hard to acquire the latest knowledge and skills required in the field of medicine and medical sciences over the six-year curriculum.
  Throughout their studies, we help students develop respect for life and dignity, and compassion for patients.
  Our education focuses on developing problem-solving skills and participating in experiential learning (work at welfare facilities, nursing practicum, ambulance experience, and clinical clerkship as student doctors). These activities are designed to prepare students for clinical medicine.
  Students have an excellent study environment and facilities, which include a Student Doctor Learning Commons (open 24 hours for 6th-year students), Clinical Simulation Center, and Anatomy Center.

Diploma Policy

  In order to graduate, students are expected to have attained the following abilities and attitudes, and to have completed the required academic courses.
I. Patient-centered Medical Care and Communication, and Team-based Medical Care
II. Medical Knowledge and Skills
III. Sense of Humanity and High Ethical Standards
IV. Autonomous Lifelong Learning
V. Contribution to Community Medicine and Society
VI. Scientific Attitude and Spirit of Inquiry



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