Are PLHIV still allowed to study in Gakuin University?

Hi, 

Good day!

 

May I ask regarding with the policy of Gakuin University in Osaka, Japan if the student will be positive in HIV? They will still accept the student applicant for the study?

 

Regards,

John

Asked by: John Artes, 9 months ago


Answer:

Normally being HIV positive should not be something that stops you from going to university. However, I cannot answer for the policies of individual schools. To get an answer to this question you need to contact the university directly or apply with them to see the result.

Russia demands a negative HIV test in order to issue a student visa but I am not aware of this restriction in any other countries.

Read more about studying in Japan and find universities and language schools in Japan.

Answered by: Johan på Utlandsstudier.se, 2018-03-15 14:22:08 This is an accepted answer.

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