To the forefront of IT with many memories.On March 20, 2009, the KCGI degree conferral ceremony and the graduation ceremony of Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) were held at the Kyoto Station Satellite Hall of Kyoto Institute of Information Graduate University, where the students who had studied together in the KCG group left the learning house.
KCGI graduates were awarded the degree of "Master of Information Technology (Professional)" and KCG graduates were awarded diplomas from their respective principals.Following the ceremony, certificates of commendation and commemorative gifts were presented to the graduates and alumni who were selected as the Grand Prize winner, Excellence Prize winner and Special Prize winner of KCGI and KCG.
In his ceremonial address, the President of KCGI prefaced his speech by saying, "In this age of rapid change due to information and communication technology, this is a great opportunity for you.
In his ceremonial address, the president of KCG cited the recent IT-related topics of the "U.S.-China cyber war" and stressed that "you, the leading actors of the 21st century, should find your own way of life by calmly looking at the domestic and international situation and discovering the way of life for Japan.Please cherish the horizontal ties with your friends who are graduating today, and at the same time, please build vertical ties with your seniors and juniors.The richness of your personal network will expand your power," he said.
On behalf of the graduates and alumni, Mr. Dong Huiyan of KCGI said, "I studied with many friends, worked hard, and learned the importance of communication.As a member of the alumni network, I will make persistent efforts every day and contribute as an engineer who supports the advanced information society," he said in his powerful "graduation address.At the end, all the attendees sang "Hotaru no Hikari" together.
After the ceremony, we moved the venue to Kyoto Tokyu Hotel and held a celebration party.The graduates and alumni shared their memories with the faculty and staff who had shared their joys and hardships, and pledged to make great strides in the future.