The St. Luke's International University, Graduate School of Public Health (GSPH) has created a supportive and stimulating educational environment so that students can maximize their learning potential. Through campus-wide resources and several tailored specifically towards graduate students enrolled at the GSPH, we are confident that students will find their academic experience here very appealing.
The Omura Susumu & Mieko Memorial St. Luke's Center for Clinical Academia is a new building opened in 2016 with modern achitecture that comprises academic departments and classrooms, clinical simulation center, medical information center, and laboratories. All courses will be held in this building. There is abundant space for students to study and meet, as well as a lounges and terraces that are accessible. Students also have access to other buildings on campus that house the central library, cafeteria (main building) and GSPH graduate student lounge (Bldg. No.2). Students can also enjoy numerous options for dining and purchasing food.
Our library comprises a large collection of materials of around 76,000 books and 3,000 magazines and journals including electronic access to an extensive archive. It is located on the second floor of the main building. Students also have access to study space and room reservations, literature search resources, as well as library lockers. A detail description of the library resources and policies can be found at: User Guide.
Media Room (PC Room)
St. Luke’s International University students are welcome to use the computers located in the Media Room in Building No. 2. This room is open from 8:00 am to 12:00 midnight, Monday through Saturday.
For more information, refer to Media Room Information.
A student lounge for MPH students is equipped with 60 desks and chairs, 60 lockers, and sofas. This multi-purpose room can be used for studying, resting, and meeting with fellow students, as desired.
Student Health Management Office
The Student Health Management Office is located on the 1st floor of the main building and is also used as a First-Aid room. This office is open from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm on weekdays only.
The bicycle parking is located between the main building and old building
An application is required in order to access these bicycle parking space. Please follow these procedures:
- Make sure your bicycle is registered.
- Go to Academic and Student Affairs Office (1st floor of University Main Building) for application.
- Fill out your information and bicycle registration number.
- Get a sticker to put on your bicycle before you park your bicycle.
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