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東京大学公共政策大学院 | GraSPP / Graduate School of Public Policy | The university of Tokyo

【Repost】NOTICE: Medical Checkups for new students AY 2020 February 8, 2021

NOTICE: Medical Checkups for new students AY 2020

 Reservation Open from 10am on February 9, 2021.

 

ReservationMedical Questionnaires

https://rdhsp.adm.u-tokyo.ac.jp/keep/health/day?r=17

Please check UTAS for ID and Password.

The February schedule was canceled due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
Postponed to March.

Medical Check-ups for Autumn Entry Students and Researchers/The University of Tokyo Health Service Center (u-tokyo.ac.jp)

Please keep in mind that the schedule and check-up items are subject to change depending on the situation of the coronavirus epidemic.

 

February next year schedules in Hongo have been added.

GraSPP students who enroll in Autumn, 2020 who has not taken medical checkups in October needs to take it on February.

Please see URL below from Health Service Center.

http://www.hc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/checkups/medical-checkups-for-research-graduate-students-for-fall-admission/

 

The medical checkups for new students will be conducted as follows. GraSPP students who enroll in Autumn, 2020 need to take medical checkups at Hongo Campus during the period below.

Please ware masks when you come to check up. You are not allowed to enter check up place if you have fever or respiratory symptoms as cough or phlegm.

Date: from Thursday, October 22, 2020
Venue: Sanjo kaikan

* Online pre-registration and survey through the Health Service Center website are required.

The registration website will be available Female: from 5 pm on Wednesday, 2 September. Male: from 5pm on Friday, 4 September.

* Please be sure to bring your student ID card and your reservation number at medical checkups.

For more details, please refer the following Link

http://www.hc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/checkups/medical-checkups-for-research-graduate-students-for-fall-admission/