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Japan's first "International IT Business Course" will be newly established in 2013

In April 2013, KCGI will open the "International IT Business Course" to train professionals in offshore development (*1), BPO (*2), and IT services to Japanese companies.Many IT-related companies in the world today are ordering software development overseas.Graduates are expected to be employed by these companies and work as transnational development specialists.There is no such course of study or research at any higher education institution in Japan.

Features of the new course include

  1. Learn English or Chinese from the basics.
    Students can carefully study foreign languages (Chinese and English), which are indispensable for becoming an international engineer.We start from the basics, so even those who are not good at foreign languages will be fine.
  2. Learn a foreign language of IT.
    Students learn not only basic language skills, but also the language for working internationally as an IT specialist.
  3. Learn about business around the world.
    Our lecturers are IT professionals with experience in offshore development, and will impart knowledge that will help you be on the front lines of business worldwide.
  4. Technical Guidance Training in China
    Opportunity to teach IT as a temporary instructor at one of KCGI's partner schools.It is a valuable cross-cultural experience that will be a major weapon in your job search.
  5. Learn both IT and business.
    KCGI is open to students who majored in IT at university, as well as to students majoring in the humanities.The program offers a well-balanced study of IT and management, and fosters professionals who are involved in development and systems from a business perspective.

1 Ordering the development of software from overseas.This is now common worldwide, and in the IT world, engineers from different countries share the same goals, transcending language and cultural barriers.

2 Total outsourcing of business process planning, analysis, and design (consulting), introduction of IT technology, preparation of human resources and equipment (e.g., staffing), and process operation.