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【International Students Examination】

October 1st To start accepting Application of IntakeⅠ

We will start accepting Applications of Intake Ⅰ for 2023 International Students Examination on October 1st.
Online application will be accepted via The Admissions Office (TAO).
As for the details, please check [Online application manual The Admissions Office (TAO) ] on our website.

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● Online application manual The Admissions Office (TAO) and TAO URL
https://www.musashino-u.ac.jp/admission/faculty/net.html
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● 2023 Application Guidelines for International Students【Faculty of Global Studies】
https://www.musashino-u.ac.jp/en/albums/abm.php?f=abm00022319.pdf&n=%28English%292023nternational_students_admission.pdf

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● Application Period (postmark deadline):October 1, 2022 (Sat) – October 12, 2022 (Wed)
*Applications from overseas must reach us by Wednesday, October 12, 2022
● Examination Date:November 6, 2022 (Sun)
● Result Announcement (announced at 12:00 noon):November 11, 2022 (Fri)
● Admission Period (postmark deadline):November 12, 2022 (Sat) – November 25, 2022 (Fri)
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※Please note that Applications from overseas are only accepted for IntakeⅠ.
※IntakeⅠ for overseas applicants is conducted online.
※IntakeⅠ for domestic applicants is conducted on the Ariake Campus.

【Contact】
Musashino University Admissions Office
Tel: 03-5530-7300 (+81-3-5530-7300)
Email: nyushi@musashino-u.ac.jp
(Office hours: 8:45 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays and 8:45 am to 3:00 pm on Saturdays)

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https://www.musashino-u.ac.jp/

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Building personnel who can play an important role in the real world with their scientific and logical cognitive abilities and comprehensive and multifaceted human understanding skills.

The Faculty of Human Sciences provides students with scientific and logical thinking abilities together with a comprehensive, multifaceted ability to understand people. While providing an education with respect for human dignity based on the founding spirit of our school and through the study of psychology, life sciences, and the latest in natural sciences, our lessons lead students to deepen their understanding of people. Furthermore, students will possess an active voice, equipped with rich communication skills and the ability to analyze problems, as well as the power to independently and pragmatically solve problems in the real world. With the worsening of bullying and abuse, the increase in teenage apathy, and the many issues surrounding how to improve welfare for aged persons, disabled persons and people facing hardships, the world these days is confronted with many historical social challenges. Here, we are cultivating personnel who will be able to truthfully face these challenges from a multifaceted approach involving psychology, life sciences, sociology, and welfare, and find solutions from a scientific understanding.

Faculty of Human Sciences– what makes us stand out!

■Curriculum supporting the training of Certified Public Psychologists.
A new national qualification for psychology workers, ‘Certified Public Psychologists’ will support people’s emotional wellbeing by applying specialized knowledge and skills of psychology, beginning with psychotherapy and psychological tests.

■Curriculum set in place for students to become psychiatric social workers
Psychiatric social workers are professionals with nationally-accredited qualifications who provide counseling support for life issues for members of the community facing mental illness or mental health issues. While positions in hospitals and social welfare fields are most common, recent years have seen an increase in the areas psychiatric social workers are working in, including work in schools, corporations, and the judicial field. The Department of Human Sciences offers a curriculum with the necessary content for students to pass the national Psychiatric Social Worker examination.

■Study the latest examples of social welfare.
Japan has an aging population, and it is said that 1 in 4 people are over the age of 65 years. We will nurture students to gain qualifications and practical specialized knowledge and techniques to become Social Workers who work in the field in social welfare and are active players in a cohesive society.

The Department of Human Sciences classroom environment

The Department of Human Sciences classroom environment

Courses incorporate lots of practical learning, not just classroom lectures.

Courses incorporate lots of practical learning, not just classroom lectures.

Preparing students to serve as social workers recognized in the international society.

Preparing students to serve as social workers recognized in the international society.

Department of Human Sciences
Assisting students to gain a comprehensive human power to solve the various issues confronting the field.

In the Department of Human Sciences, students will study from a broad area including psychology and clinical psychology, industrial sociology, life and health sciences, and mental health and welfare to gain a deep understanding of humankind from a scientific and comprehensive viewpoint. Graduates will demonstrate communication skills and a sense of hospitality to enable them to play an active role in society. Students will be equipped with rich communication skills and the ability to articulate assertively, as well as the power to address and scientifically and multilaterally analyze the issues confronting them.

■ Examples of future career prospects
Graduates can expect to be active in a variety of positions, including work as Clinical Psychologists, Speech Therapists (ST), employees in human resource sections, and counselors.

[Ariake campus]

Department of Social Welfare
Aim to become social workers who play an active role in the international society.

The Department of Social Welfare prepares students to become Social Workers. Under a faculty from a wide-range of areas, students will study the Japanese social security system and welfare policy including senior citizen’s welfare, welfare of persons with disabilities, child and family welfare, and community welfare. The many practical style lectures and practical learning, especially in welfare facilities and hospitals, are special features of our course. In addition, we will study health and medical services, and the organization and management of Japan's welfare services in a rapidly aging society. Teaching staff provide a thorough support system for students, working together to find a learning style to meet the individual needs of each student and following the university’s own test strategies for passing the nationally-accredited social workers examination.

■Examples of future career prospects
Social Workers, NPOs, welfare related firms and organizations, etc.

■Musashino Campus

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