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.

Open Campus

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: June 2, 2024 (Sun)



Fall: October 13, 2024 (Sun)


Outline of the St. Luke’s GSPH
・Students/Alumni presentation
・Curriculum Overview (MPH/PhD)

Admission Procedure & Scholarship

Q&A Sessions

Outline of the St. Luke’s GSPH
・Students/Alumni presentation
・Curriculum Overview (MPH/PhD)
Admission Procedure & Scholarship
Q&A Sessions

The Open Campus on Sunday, October 15, 2023

A public health approach to problem-solving

Date: October 15, 2023, 13:00-16:30
Venue: Hinohara Hall, B1F, St. Luke's Center for Clinical Academia
Method: In-person event (streamed simultaneously)

On Sunday, October 15, Open Campus was held in a hybrid format (on-site and online).
In the part I, we invited Mr. Roberto Benes, Director of UNICEF Tokyo Office, and Mr. Yoshifumi Nin, Head of a non-profit organization providing medical assistance in Nepal, to give lectures and discuss how public health can lead to solutions to global health problems under the theme of "A public health approach to problem –solving.”

The part II of the event was a session introducing the school curriculum and answering questions frequently asked by prospective applicants, followed by presentations by current students. The students gave presentations on how they are working to solve global medical and health problems that they are tackling through their work, research, and internships, as well as their future prospects. A video message from the graduating students, filmed on the day of their graduation ceremony in March of this year, was also presented.
After the part II of the event, individual consultations and a mini campus tour were held for those who attended the event onsite. Thank you very much for your participation.

The recordings of some part of the event are now available for a limited time. If you were unable to attend, please click below to check them.
Please strictly refrain from storing and replication, or posting any content.

Part I: Symposium (English)

UNICEF’s role on global health and approach to problem-solving: programme work and career opportunities

Roberto Benes, Director of UNICEF Tokyo Office

Bridging the gap: leveraging MPH education for global health and business strategy

Yoshifumi Nin, Business Consultant, Head of NPO ASHA

Competency-based education at St. Luke’s GSPH

Nobuo Nishi, Graduate School of Public Health

Part II: Introduction to the school (English)

Program overview

Dr. Mihye Lee, Associate Professor, Division of Environmental Health

Student profile/Admission/ FAQ

Dr. Stuart Gilmour, Professor, Division of Biostatistics

Students’ Presentation
Alumni Video Message
Faculty Introduction