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Bringing technology and knowledge to society in the wilderness of society-Fall 2010 Graduation Ceremony

The Kyoto Information Graduate University (KCGI) Degree Ceremony and Kyoto Computer Academy (KCG) Graduation Ceremony in the first half of 2010 were held on September 15 at the Kyoto Ekimae Satellite Hall in Kyoto, and learned together with the KCG group. Friends who had enough knowledge learned from the rough seas of society and began to nest.

KCGI President Toshihide Ibaraki awarded the degree of “Master of Information Technology (Professional)” to graduates, and KCG graduates received a diploma from each principal.Subsequently, graduates and graduates selected for the KCG / KCGI Excellence Award were awarded.

In the ceremony, President Ibaraki said, “You will continue to play an active role in the world of technology, but it may not always succeed, and it may result in failure.However, at that time, I would like you to use your own wisdom and try to solve the problem.“There are no problems that cannot be solved,” he said.

On behalf of graduates and graduates, Mr. Chen thought at the Graduate School of Applied Information Technology, KCGI, “Learning to understand things from a technical and business perspective, classmates with various careers, and international students from various countries. It was a great asset that we were able to grow up and grow together.Aiming to contribute to society as an information engineer who plays an active role in the advanced information society by making the best use of the knowledge and technology we have cultivated, and for the further development of my home school, Kyoto University of Information Science and Kyoto Computer Gakuin, I would like to contribute as a member of my alumni, ”he said with a strong graduation.Finally, all attendees sang “Firefly Light”.