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“KCGI's growth rate is top in Japan's private university”

Weekly Toyo Keizai October 27th, 2012 “Really Strong Universities-Private University Financial Strength Ranking”, Kyoto Information Graduate University (KCGI) is the top of about 620 private universities nationwide in the field of “Growth” It was ranked.It can be said that KCGI, the first IT professional graduate school in Japan, based on Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) based on 56 years of tradition and achievements, is appreciated.In 2013, the KCG Group celebrates its 50th anniversary and promises to make a further leap forward.

According to the magazine, The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics has grown the most in the past five years.Established in 2004, it is the first information technology graduate school in Japan.In April 2012, we were steadily expanding the scale of our business, including the establishment of a satellite campus in Hokkaido. ”

KCGI was ranked 12th in the field of “financial allowance” and was ranked 21st in the “Comprehensive Ranking of Private Universities with Strong Financial Strength”, which is a comprehensive evaluation.

Nearly half of the universities are forced to run a deficit due to a decrease in the young population due to the declining birthrate and an increase in the number of universities due to the relaxation of the standards for university establishment.Under such circumstances, KCGI has gained an evaluation that “currently a sound financial situation is secured, and at the same time it has the ability to respond to future environmental changes”.In 2012, KCGI increased the enrollment capacity to twice the initial number of courses and expanded the course, and also opened Sapporo and Tokyo satellites so that adult students can take classes in Sapporo and Tokyo.It has been 11 years since it was founded as Japan's first IT professional graduate school.We will further improve the quality and scale of education.



Weekly Toyo Keizai October 27 issue
Weekly Toyo Keizai October 27 issue
Weekly Toyo Keizai October 27 issue