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School of Health and Welfare at Narita

Department of Occupational Therapy

Department of Occupational Therapy

The number of occupational therapists who have graduated from IUHW is approximately 2,000, marking IUHW as the top in all occupational therapist training schools in Japan. The objective of Narita campus is to foster adaptability to different cultures, strengthen communication ability necessary in both domestic and international settings, and equip students with expertise necessary for both international activities and services in local Japanese communities.

Admission Opening

40

Wide range of opportunities after graduation

Hospitals/clinics, Public offices such as health centers, Rehabilitation centers, Nursing homes/elderly welfare facilities, Nurseries/children’s facilities, Special schools for children with disabilities, etc.

Obtainable licenses/qualifications

  • By fulfilling requirements for graduation, you will also be qualified to take the national OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST licensure exam.