This program draws up a Curriculum Policy and puts together a curriculum for acquiring the essential knowledge, skills, experience and leadership needed for the degree and to become highly specialized medical professionals.
Establish general, basic and advanced subjects as a scientific foundation of medicine to foster professionals with high ability to carry out research, in-depth specialized knowledge, thinking skills and standards of ethics required by researchers, who can make a global contribution. “Initial Research Training” is a compulsory subject for learning what is necessary for starting research, and the other subjects to be taken by students will be determined by the Academic Committee in consideration of orientation toward a specific area of educational experience as well as clinical training, scientific interest and admission examination results.
Establish supervisor-guided “Research Subjects” in each specialized field in Japan and Chile as compulsory subjects to enable students to determine new problems regarding various phenomena targeted by research by themselves, conduct scientific analysis on these problems, propose solutions based on scientific data and implement them, and evaluate the results. Two research subjects will be provided, one regarding basic medicine and the other clinical research.
Establish “Seminar” in the presentation style as a compulsory subject to enable students to acquire the ability to help each other improve their abilities by discovering problems, acquiring problem solving ability as well as that to evaluate each other. Another aim is to foster persons who have various leadership abilities, who are capable of dealing with problems appropriately and promptly as team leaders not only in research but also in educational activities.
Establish the 3 subjects of “Upper Digestive Surgery”, “Colorectal Surgery” and “Gastroenterology” so that students can acquire the essential knowledge, skills, experience and leadership required of highly specialized medical professionals. These subjects will have basic and advanced contents, and also include clinical training, and will be established in TMDU and UCh separately.
Establish “Thesis” as compulsory subject for the provision of special guidance by TMDU and UCh faculty members in writing dissertations. Dissertations should be prepared in the thesis format, which has high international applicability.
TMDU and UCh professors will advise method of research and writing thesis depending on the students’ situations and abilities. The supervisors for student will be selected one professor from each institutes, TMDU, UCh and CLC.
Regularly, main supervisor will be selected from the university where a student completed the enrollment procedure.The main supervisor will organize educational system appropriately comprehending the whole matters of students’ plan of study, research and clinical training. The co-supervisor will support the student with the main supervisor depending on the thesis theme.
学生１人に対し東京医科歯科大学とチリ大学、ラスコンデス病院（CLC：Clinica Las Condes：チリ大学関連病院）からそれぞれ１人以上の研究指導教員が配置されます。