EducationThe Doctoral Program in Sports Medicine of the University of Tsukuba is composed of nationally recognized groups of experts in orthopedic sports medicine, basic exercise science, applied health science, and athletic performance science who teach prescription or treatment options for non-communicable diseases and/or musculoskeletal injuries related to competitive sports, trauma, or overuse injuries.


Research field
educationThe Doctoral Program in Sports Medicine consists of the following three study fields: medical conditioning, athletic training, and sports translational research. Doctoral students select one field of study.


Our services
Our expert staff specialize in studying and/or educating the following:
■Introduction to Sports Medicine I
■Introduction to Sports Medicine II
■Seminar for Sports Medicine Ⅰ
■Seminar for Sports Medicine II
■Seminar for Sports Medicine III
■Advanced Study for Sports Medicine Research Ⅰ
■Advanced Study for Sports Medicine Research II
■Advanced Study for Sports Medicine Research III


Career options

College and university
(Past examples: University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba University of Technology, Chukyo University, Doshisha University, Fukuoka University, Hosei university, International Pacific University, Jumonji University, Nippon Sport Science University, Ritsumeikan University, Ryutsu Keizai University, Waseda University, and others)


Research institute
(Past examples: University of Tsukuba, Japan Sports Council, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, National Institute for Environmental Studies, National Institute of Health and Nutrition, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology, and others)


Clinical and sports fields
(Past examples: Mito Kyodo General Hospital, R-body Project, University of Tsukuba Hospital, and others)


(Past examples: Smith & Nephew Endoscopy Marketing, Tsukuba Wellness Research, and others)

Education (Japanese)