KCGI, KCG Fall 2011 Entrance Ceremony
The entrance ceremony for the fall of 2011 at The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) was held at KCG Kyoto Station School on Friday, September 30, and many new friends who will play a role in the future information society. Has taken the first step in student life.The representative of the new students made a strong pledge: "I would like to work hard and compete with my fellow students to achieve the ideal information society.
The ceremony began with a speech by Wataru Hasegawa, President of KCGI and KCG General Manager, who said, "I am very honored to have been selected as the first KCGI President.The world is currently undergoing a major transformation based on ICT," he said, stressing that "your choice to study ICT is a very promising and wonderful investment in your own future.He encouraged the students to cherish the good encounters they have made at the university and to make many friends who can encourage each other and talk about their dreams for the future.
In his address, KCGI President Toshihide Ibaraki introduced his own experience, saying, "When I studied in the U.S., I was surprised to see a world map that was different from the one in Japan, and it gave me an opportunity to learn about world affairs.I hope that both international and Japanese students will deepen their exchanges, cultivate an international outlook, and play an active role on the world stage in the future," he said in his farewell address.
In response, Kaoru Fukushima (graduate of Heian High School attached to Ryukoku University, entered KCG Information Processing Department), representative of the new students, said, "Our mission is to make effective use of information in this information overflow and realize an ideal information society that is fair and open.I will work hard and cooperate with many friends I meet at the university, and at times, I will work hard and compete with them as rivals.
Congratulations to all the new students!I pray that your student life will be fruitful.