Campus Tour and Open Campus
The Open Campus is available for the prospective students of St. Luke's Graduate School of Public Health.
You are always welcome to request an individual campus tour by contacting our office as well.
The open campus is conducted twice a year in spring and fall as follows. Details will be announced in the news on the top page as soon as they are finalized.
Spring: May 21, 2023 (Sun)
Fall: October 15, 2023 (Sun)
・Admission Procedure & Scholarship
The Open Seminar on Sunday, May 21, 2023
Pioneer of Public Health from St. Luke’s to the world
Date: May 21, 2023, 13:30-17:30
Venue: Hinohara Hall, B1F, St. Luke's Center for Clinical Academia
Method: In-person event (streamed simultaneously)
Capacity: On-site participation: 100 people, Online participation: 300 people
St. Luke’s International Hospital was founded more than 100 years ago by Dr. Rudolph B. Teusler, who incorporated public health into its operations from its first days. Since then the hospital has expanded to include the St. Luke’s International University and has played a pioneering role in many public health advances in Japan. In this Open Campus we will present the history of public health at St. Luke's and in Japan, and why St. Luke's has now established the Graduate School of Public Health to educate professionals who will serve the world from the perspectives of history, education, and career development. The seminar is open to all interested parties, including those considering enrollment in the school. You are also welcome to attend only the part I. We look forward to seeing you there.
(The event schedule and the program are subject to change)
If you are interested in participating, please visit the registration site.
Participation information will be sent to your registered e-mail address on Thursday, May 18.
Previous Open Campus was as follows.
The Open Campus held on Sunday, October 16, 2022
Global Leadership for Public Health Challenges
*The recordings of the event are now available for a limited time
*Screen shots, recording, and unauthorized reproduction of the content are all prohibited
[Part 1] Symposium -Language: Japanese (No interpretation recording available)
Introduction: Career Development with MPH Degree - from the standpoints of companies, NPOs, and the government-
Kohei Onozaki Professor, St. Luke’s Graduate School of Public Health
Lecture 1: Global Health Landscape and global leaders in public health
Haruka Sakamoto Associate Professor, Tokyo Women's Medical University
Lecture 2: Global Health Landscape and global leaders in public health
Eiko Saito Senior Research Fellow, National Center for Global Health and Medicine
[Part 2]Introduction to the School
Outline of the curriculum (MPH/PhD)
Kevin Urayama Professor, St. Luke’s Graduate School of Public Health