the 1st year student’s research presentation was held.

Research presentations by first-year students of the School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health were held on 14 and 15 April 2022.

Many students and faculty members participated in the presentation, which was the fruit of six months of learning about expertise in the field of global health from their classes and academic knowledge from their supervisors.
TMGH regularly organises such public presentations not only to improve the quality of research, but also as a rehearsal for the public thesis review meeting (oral examination format: defence), which is held as the final examination. In addition, it is held every year with the aim of sharing the progress of research among the students, which has the effect of giving innovation to their own themes, and of maintaining the milestone effect and their own motivation by having each student output his/her own research progress.

This year again, 26 students gave presentations on their own research themes over two days.

This year’s event was also attended by students scheduled to enter the university in October 2022, and ended successfully with a more active exchange of opinions and question-and-answer sessions than in previous years.
It is hoped that the students will continue to refine their presentations for the next conference on 7 and 8 July.

We would like to thank all the first-year students for their hard work.

More Information

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  3. The Application Guidance for Master’s Programme Application Guide for 2024 admissions is now available.
  4. Additional applications for the DrPH program for admission in October 2023 are being accepted.
  5. The Application Guidance for the Department of Global Health (PhD) for 2023 admissions is now available.