Undergraduate Program

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Entrance Examination

Chiba University School of Nursing offers a number of entrance examination methods according to the qualifications and aptitude of candidates.

  1. General Entrance Examination
    Methods of Examination
    Purpose of Examination

    Candidates are evaluated on whether they possess the necessary academic ability for studying nursing and the necessary qualifications and aptitude for future practice, research, and education related to nursing. Examinations by the NCUEE evaluate the academic ability of candidates in a wide range of areas. The Individual academic achievement test evaluates the academic ability of candidates in the natural sciences and languages. The interview evaluates candidates regarding their interests in nursing, motivations for learning, ability to express their own thoughts and opinions accurately, flexibility of thought, and communication ability.
    Admission Quota: 41 student
  2. Entrance Examination for Candidates with Principal Recommendation
    Methods of Examination
    Purpose of Examination
    Candidates are evaluated on their motivations for wanting to study at Chiba University School of Nursing and whether or not they have the necessary qualifications and aptitude for future practice, research and education relating to nursing sciences. The short essay evaluates candidates on their ability to read and understand the content of issues and the ideas behind the questions, to think logically, to be creative, to express themselves, and to construct essays.
    The interview evaluates candidates regarding their aims and intentions for studying nursing at this school, ability to express their thoughts and opinions accurately, flexibility of thought, and communication ability.
    Admission Quota: 32 students
  3. Entrance Examination for Candidates with Work Experience Methods of Examination
    Admission Quota: 7 student
  4. Entrance Examination for Third Year Transfer Students Methods of Examination
    Admission Quota: 10 student