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B: Returnee entrance examination

The following is the content of the entrance examination last year. Please confirm the application guidelines for the details of the 2022 entrance examination.

*The entrance exam will be given in Japanese.

1.Exam schedule and the number of places available

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Selection method Returnee entrance examination
Number of places
available
A small number
Exam location Urayasu Campus, Juntendo University Faculty of Health Care and Nursing
Application open
period
Nov. 2 (Mon.) to Nov. 10 (Tues.), 2020
(Application documents must be arrived by the deadline.)
Exam date Nov. 22 (Sun.), 2020
Announcement of result 10 a.m., Dec. 1 (Tues.), 2020
Enrolment procedures Dec. 2 (Wed.) to Dec. 9 (Wed.), 2020

2.Eligibility, exam subjects, and exam schedule

Eligibility

All the following requirements must be met:

    1. Japanese nationality or right to reside indefinitely in Japan and must be aged 18 years or older on 1 April 2021.
    2. Either of the following persons:
      1. Must have completed at least 12 years of school education either in or outside Japan as of 1 April 2019 or will have done so by 31 March 2021.
      2. Must have obtained or will have obtained between 1 April 2019 and 31 March 2021 any of the following:
        ・ An international baccalaureate (IB) from an approved foundation/school based on Swiss civil code
        ・An abitur qualification which is recognized as a university entrance qualification in German federal states
        ・A baccalaureate which is recognized as a university entrance qualification in France
      3. Passed a recognized graduation examination at a Japanese high school or will have done so by 31 March 2021. However, must have returned to Japan within 2 years of entering the university.
    3. Based on the foreign education system, length of enrolment should be either the following A or B:
      1. 2 years continuously at middle or high school
      2. Including the last year of high school, 2 or more years in middle or high school
    4. Have met any of the required level of the foreign language proficiency tests below and must present a certificate of the test
    5. Must be committed to take up a place on our nursing course if offered one.

■ At the time of application, applicants must present a certificate for any of the foreign language proficiency tests.
※Tests must have been taken within two years of the starting date of the application period. They must be within the validity expiration date of individual certificates. In the AY 2021 entrance exam, the results of TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition and IELTS Indicator will also be accepted.
Cambridge English Qualifications: 120, Eiken: 1700*1, GTEC CBT: 690, IELTS: 4.0, TEAP: 135, TEAP CBT: 235, TOEFL-iBT: 42*2, TOEIC (L&R and S&W): 625*3, Chinese Proficiency test: level 3, HSK Chinese Proficiency test: level 4
 ※1: For Eiken, the CSE score will be used.
 ※2: For TOEFL iBT, Test Data only. MyBest scores will not be accepted.
 ※3: Certificates for both TOEIC Listening & Reading Test and TOEIC Speaking & Writing Tests are necessary. A TOEIC score is calculated with the score of Listening & Reading Test and 2.5 times of Speaking & Writing Tests score.

Selection method

Applicants are screened by comprehensively evaluating the results of short essay and general questions as well as an interview, which is conducted based on submitted application documents (application form, academic transcript issued by a foreign school, certificate for a foreign language proficiency test, etc.).

Exam subjects

①Short essay and general questions / ②Interview (individual interview)

Remarks
Evaluations of student reports, short essays and interviews will comprehensively be assessed in applicant selection.
If an applicant has a supporting document that can be provided at an interview, they are requested to bring it with them on the day of the exam.
The content of the entrance exam will be the same as that for the recommendation-based entrance exam.

Exam schedule

9:15~ 9:30
Orientation
9:30~11:00
Short essay and general questions (in Japanese)
11:15~
Interview (in Japanese)

○Short essay and general questions

A test of short essay and related general questions conducted for applicants who apply for the recommendation-based entrance exam or the returnee entrance exam is designed to evaluate their basic academic skills and intellectual abilities necessary to study in the Faculty of Health Care and Nursing, according to "the key subjects that must have been studied before learning nursing science in the University" stated in the Faculty's admission policy. The "basic academic skills and intellectual abilities" refer to the basic ability to understand and think in the subjects of Japanese, English, mathematics, basic biology, and basic chemistry which are studied by the end of the second year of high school (which is the exam coverage of the subjects for the general entrance exam).

○Supporting documents for interviews

Please bring with you evidence of your achievements (not limited to your high school life) and what you are proud of. There is no limit on the number of documents you can bring in; therefore, if you are not certain, please bring them anyway.
  • Exam result certificates such as those for Eiken, Kanken, and Suuken test
  • Academic transcripts such as TOEIC, TOEFL-iBT, GTEC, and IELTS
  • Certificate of attendance at a first aid course
  • An award, trophy, or shield from a sports event or competition either inside or outside school (applicants do not have to bring trophies with them to interviews if they have an award certificate)
  • Documents and photos as evidence of volunteer activities
  • School reports as evidence such as of having no absences since primary school
  • Overseas national exam certificates (such as for SATs or GCSEs)
  • Overseas university entrance qualifications (such as International Baccalaureate, Abitur or Baccalaureate)

3.Enrollment procedures

Successful applicants are required to complete the University's enrollment procedures during the period from Dec. 2 (Wed.) to Dec. 9 (Wed.), 2020.
Successful applicants will receive a notice of successful application and enrollment procedure guidelines.