Admissions

MPH Tuition & Scholarships

Tuition and Fees

The following table shows the current fees and tuition for enrolling in the Master's Degree Program at Graduate School of Public Health by program length.

  1-year MPH 2-year MPH 3-year MPH
Admission Fee ¥400,000 ¥400,000 ¥400,000
Tuition per Year ¥1,700,000 ¥1,200,000 ¥800,000
Facility Maintenance Fee per Year ¥300,000 ¥300,000 ¥300,000

Note:

Tuition for the semester and half of the Facility Maintenance Fee should be paid by the beginning of each new semester.
Tuition and other fees are reviewed annually by the University Board of Trustees and are subject to change.

Scholarships

St. Luke's GSPH Educational Scholarship

  1. Main Purpose

    This scholarship is aimed to reduce the financial burden of education so that students can focus on academic learning.

  2. Number of Awards

    Approximately 10

  3. Scholarship Amount

    1,000,000 JPY per student per year

  4. Eligibility

    Qualified applicants who apply for admission to the St. Luke's MPH program are considered as eligible.

  • Application Guidelines and Forms (2021 Admissions)

Educational Scholarship
Application Guidelines

English / Japanese

Application Form

English / Japanese

St. Luke’s GSPH International Education Scholarship

  1. Main purpose

    This scholarship is aimed at reducing the financial burden of education for international students who wish to study in Japan, especially those from low income countries, and to promote international education at SLGSPH.

  2. Number of Awards

    Approximately 3

  3. Scholarship Amount

    Scholarship awards will cover the entire cost of the following: Application Fee, Admission Fee, Tuition and Facility Maintenance Fee; as well as a monthly stipend of 125,000JPY for a maximum of 2 years.(A maximum of 1 year for applicants who admitted to 1-year MPH)

  4. Eligibility

    Qualified international applicants who apply for admission to the St. Luke's MPH program are considered as eligible.
    International applicants who fulfill the qualification for the 1-year MPH program must be admitted to the 1-year MPH program to be considered for this scholarship.

    NOTE: An "International Applicant" is defined as a non-Japanese citizen who plans to move to Japan for the purpose of enrolling in the Graduate School of Public Health if accepted into the program.

  • Application Guidelines and Forms (2021 Admissions)
International Educational Scholarship
Application Guidelines

English / Japanese

Application Form English / Japanese

Vocational Education and Training Grant System
(Specialized Practical Education and Training Benefit)

St. Luke’s 1-year MPH course and 2-year MPH course are one of the "designated vocational education and training courses by the Minister of Health, Labour, and Welfare.” Under the Vocational Education and Training Grant System, insured persons of the Japanese employment insurance who are eligible for the grant can receive up to 400,000 JPY per year, and 320,000 JPY at most upon completion of the program.

For more information on the grant, application procedures, etc., please refer to the webpage and the leaflet below, and directly contact Hello Work with jurisdiction over your home address.

> Hello Work Internet Service: Education and Training Benefit System (external link, written in Japanese)

> Information on benefits for professional education and training (PDF in Japanese)

The following information is required for the application

  1. Name of training facility

    学校法人 聖路加国際大学

  2. Name of the training course

    公衆衛生学修士(専門職)1年コース (No.: 48242-201001-1)
    公衆衛生学修士(専門職)2年コース (No.: 48242-201002-4)

NOTES

- It is necessary to undergo a pre-training career consultation by a career consultant before the start of the course. Please consult with Hello Work well in advance.
- Admission fee and tuition are included in the cost of education and training (facility maintenance fees are excluded from the cost).
- Students in the 3-year MPH course and doctoral program are not eligible for the grant.
- Benefits will be terminated if you find that you are unable to complete the program in two years due to a leave of absence or other reasons.
- If you are receiving a scholarship or training grant, the amount received during the period of eligibility will be deducted from your education and training expenses (unless you have repaid the grant during that period).