The Health and Medical Faculty of the University has three departments: Physiotherapy Department, Judo Therapy Department and Acupuncture Moxibustion Department. The students learn Western and traditional medicine as well. The school fosters human resources with a rich sense of humanity. Backed by National Judo Therapy and Acupuncture Cooperative, the University has been researching Western medicine through the long history of traditional medicine and the scientiﬁc basis. We are focusing on advancing the cultivation of human resources in medical and healthcare ﬁelds.
This program for international students supports them in many ways to contribute to the global society: learning Japanese language, knowing Japanese culture and knowledge, and going on to Takarazuka University of Medical and Health Care, its group schools or other medical welfare academies. Students are expected to learn Japanese language for going on to different-ﬁeld universities, postgraduate courses and career colleges. The future vision of every student is the starting point for our consultations and career guidance.
are entitled to enroll
Takarazuka University of
Medical and Health Care.
Students may go on to
Program of Care Workers
to get qualiﬁed for
care worker examination.
There are courses
level by level.
Teachers and instructors
are in charge of
for ﬁne supports.
Students can learn
not just Japanese language
but also its culture,
customs and manners.
Our well-experienced teaching staff support your campus life on an individual basis. The level-by-level class entry system helps students to effectively learn four language skills (speaking, reading, listening and writing). Besides, preparations for Japanese-Language Proﬁciency Test and Examnation for Japanese University.
Students can take electives (English, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, integrated studies, etc.) for Examination for Japanese University or EJU.
Students get to know this subject too. They participate in tea ceremony and other hands-on experiences, as well as the Star Festival and yukata-wearing event. During the autumn term, study tours are also arranged.
Homeroom teachers stand by you to explain procedures necessary for living in Japan and to give helping hands if students do not know what to do and how to do.
The University has a staff for helping students to subscribe to cellphones, handle banking system, go through government ofﬁce procedures and other supports.
During semesters, a student may work part-time up to 28 hours a week. For long vacations, jobs of up to 8 hours daily are acceptable. Students will be advised to take on par t-time jobs depending on their Japanese skills.
|Dormitory||Move-in fee ¥30,000|
|Bedding fee ¥10,000|
|Monthly cost||Dorm rent ¥28,000 and up|
*The utility bill payment of about ¥3,000 monthly is also needed.
*Separate necessary expenses may accrue.
*a plan shared with two
|Entrance ceremony||Japanese language proficiently test||Summer vacation||Exam for Japanese University Admission for International Students|
|Orientation||Semester final exams||Field trip|
|Japanese language proficiently test||New Year's Day||Commencement ceremony|
|Winter holidays||Semester final exams|
|Entrance ceremony||Japanese language proficiently test||Summer vacation||Exam for Japanese University Admission for International Students||Japanese language proficiently test||New Year's Day||Commencement ceremony|
|Orientation||Semester final exams||Field trip||Winter holidays||Semester final exams|
Those with 12-year education program completed in foreign countries
Those with Japanese language proficiency equivalent to more than “Japanese-Language Proficiency Test” N4 level.
|Application period||October,2020~31st, January, 2021||April,2021~31st, July, 2021||October,2020~31st, January, 2021|
|1-year course||1.5-year course||2-year course|
|Entrance Examination FeeAdmission Fee||20,000||20,000||20,000|
|Student Insurance Fee||10,000||15,000||20,000|
Those who passed JLPT N2 when you submit an application will be exempt from paying the admission fee.
Those who passed JLPT N3 when you submit an application will be exempt from paying half of the admission fee.
* For details, download the application guidebook from the University website.
The campus is conveniently located a 10-minute walk away from Osaka Metro Nakatsu Station or a 15-minute walk away from Hankyu Railway Nakatsu Station. The folksy neighborhood provides for some supermarkets and shopping streets. Osaka is the biggest city of western Japan and the source to offer information down the ages. From here, Kobe is accessed in 30 minutes and Kyoto and Nara in one hour, which means you are within the range of history and culture.
7-7-17, Toyosaki, Kita-ku, Osaka
10-minute walk from Osaka Metro Nakatsu St.
15-minute walk from Hankyu Railway Nakatsu St.