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KCGI, KCG 2012 Entrance Ceremony-20% increase in enrollment, Sapporo Satellite Opening Ceremony

20% increase in enrollment, Sapporo Satellite opening ceremony

Kyoto Information Graduate University (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) 2012 entrance ceremony and KCGI Sapporo Satellite Opening Ceremony will be held on April 8th, Kyoto Information Graduate University Kyoto Station Satellite and Sapporo Satellite (Chuo-ku, Sapporo) Odori Nishi 5-chome, 11-11) was held.A message from a professor at Sapporo saying, “I am looking forward to learning about IT together with students from Hokkaido and Kyoto,” and a new student representative said, “Let's learn not only technology and knowledge, but humanity, and a comfortable information society. I wanted to make an effort to become a human who can play a central role in shaping the world. ”

Kyoto Information Graduate University, Kyoto Ekimae Satellite University Hall, the entrance ceremony venue in Kyoto, KCG enrolled students increased by 20% from the previous year, and it was filled with new students, parents, and related parties. it was done.On the other hand, the Sapporo Satellite connected by the line was the first freshman in Hokkaido, a professor in charge of the field, and people involved.

First, Mr. Hiroshi Hasegawa, President of KCGI / KCG, gave a ceremony.After expressing his sincere words to welcome new students from Sapporo, he stressed, “I want to make many friends in my student life to improve my human power.”“Team play is important in society.KCG has a network of alumni who have a long history.I hope that you will acquire not only knowledge and technology but also human power at KCG, and you will grow greatly to be able to support the development of IT, which is now the infrastructure of human society. ”In addition, we will introduce the 50th anniversary of our foundation in 2013, the concept of opening a satellite in addition to Sapporo, and the fact that KCGI has decided to be the management operator of the geographical name top-level domain “.kyoto”. did.

Next, Toshihide Ibaraki, President of KCGI, cited Microsoft's Bill Gates, Apple's Steve Jobs, and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg as the three major heroes of IT. I have found that I have been working with talented friends instead of myself, ”he points out.“IT is evolving every day.I want you to find out what you should pursue with fresh eyes. "

After that, Prof. Masanori Nakamura KCGI (Representative Director of Digic Co., Ltd.) congratulated from Sapporo Satellite.“The importance of IT is universal.“I want them to learn advanced technology and knowledge and learn the“ heart ”of IT professionals,” he said to new students.

In response, Yusuke Maruta (Department of Information Processing), a freshman representative, said, “The progress of computerization on a global scale makes people's lives more convenient, but it also causes a lot of suffering due to unauthorized use. .I will swear that I will make many friends at KCG and continue to make efforts to become an information engineer who supports the creation of a comfortable society while improving my personality. "

 After this, there were orientation and parental gatherings, and students took a new step as members of the KCG family.

Congratulations to all of you.