Tokyo Women's Medical University (TWMU) is a medical university with modern and sophisticated educational, clinical and research foundations for over one hundred years.
Traditionally all of our undergraduate schools, Schools of Medicine and
Nursing are devoted to develop women's professions. Our graduate schools,
faculties and hospitals are open to both genders. The uniqueness of TWMU
derives from the founder's strong volition to establish women's professions.
Her conviction, "sincerity and compassion", enlightens is our
commitment for medical services and care provided to our clients. Our medical
school curriculum applies a unique learning program based on a learner-centered
education and the 6-year curriculum articulates our commitment to excellence.
The medical school was awarded the "Good Practice in the Higher Education"
in 2003. The Nursing School provides 4-year curriculum to develop professional
carrier of Nurse and School Nurse.
Advanced medical research is also a part of the university activities. The university was awarded the "Center of Excellence" (COE) in research for the regenerative medicine in 2003. Other basic and clinical researches are undergoing in the graduate schools and medical research institutes.
The university was awarded the "Center of Excellence" (COE) in research for the regenerative medicine in 2003. Other basic and clinical researches are undergoing in the graduate schools and medical research institutes. We invite you to further explore our university while looking at the different pages of the website. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Ten clinical institutes provide wide range of medicine including community-based medicine and highly specialized medicine. All clinical sites are practicing patient-centered medicine, which is an expression of the founder's belief.
Together, TWMU is an academia committed to better healthcare to the society. The commitment has been unchanged since its foundation, while the achievement has been build up for the future of medicine.