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Conclusion of an Agreement on Mutual Cooperation with the Graduate University of Industrial Technology

Kyoto Institute of Information Graduate University has decided to conclude an agreement on mutual cooperation with the Graduate University of Industrial Technology (President: Tatsutaro Ishijima), which is a graduate school of information science and technology similar to Kyoto Institute of Information Graduate University, in order to facilitate the development of highly specialized engineers in information science and technology.

Purpose of the Agreement

The purpose is for the two universities to share and resolve various issues related to the development of highly-specialized engineers in the field of information technology through educational and research exchanges, and thereby achieve the advancement of the field.

Main items of cooperation based on the agreement

  • Educational and research exchange between faculty members enrolled in the two universities
  • Holding of meetings on education and research
  • Development and mutual use of teaching materials
  • Projects related to the advancement of education and research
  • Mutual exchange of students studying at both universities Other

signing ceremony of an agreement

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Meeting place

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

(1-10-40 Higashioi, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo)

It was established by the Tokyo Metropolitan University under the founding principle of fostering highly specialized engineers with the motivation and ability to create new value and contribute to the revitalization of industry by utilizing specialized knowledge and systematized technical know-how.Total capacity is 200 students.The department consists of two majors: the Information Architecture major (established in April 2006), which fosters "information architects" who are super players in the information field, and the Creative Technology major (established in April 2008), which fosters "manufacturing architects" who bring about innovation as integrated designers of sensitivity and function.