The 2008 entrance ceremony of The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) will be held on Friday, April 11 at the The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics Kyoto Ekimae Satellite, and is expected to play a role in the IT industry in the future. Many students joined.The representative of the new students also made a strong pledge: "I want to be a driving force for the realization of a new society.
The main hall of the satellite in front of Kyoto Station was filled with bright-eyed new students, their parents and other concerned parties.At the ceremony, Ms. Yasuko Hasegawa, President of KCG and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Kyoto Joho Gakuen School Corporation, gave a speech, introducing KCG's 45-year history of leading the world's information education based on a pioneering spirit.With pride, confidence, and a pioneering spirit, I hope that you will pave the way for us all.
President Toshiharu Hasegawa of the Kyoto Institute of Information Science said, "I believe that by bringing together students with diverse backgrounds, they will engage in friendly competition and achieve the kind of deep but not narrow education and research that has been unavailable at other graduate schools in the past.We sincerely welcome the new students who will play a central role in the coming information age," he said.
In response, the representative of the new students, Ms. Seika Hatta (Information Processing Department, Kyoto Computer Gakuin), pledged, "I would like to spend a fulfilling student life with flexibility, boldness, and high ethics for the realization of an ideal information society.
This was followed by an orientation and parent-teacher conference, where the students took their first steps as members of KCG.