The late 2014 admission ceremony for The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) was held on September 30 (Tuesday) at the Kyoto University Graduate School of Satellite Large Hall. Human resources newly joined the KCG family.
After watching a video of the history of the KCG Group for more than 50 years with all the students, Mr. Wataru Hasegawa, President of KCGI and KCG, made a ceremonial speech.In recent years, IT has expanded its scope to include not only traditional fields such as electronics, networks, games, and design, but also everyday items such as automobiles and home appliances, as well as ships, agriculture, and many other fields.In other words, information processing engineers are needed in society as a whole and in all industries," he said, adding, "I hope that all new students will engage in friendly competition with their friends sitting next to them to study computers and IT and think about the future.I hope you will follow in the footsteps of our outstanding graduates and carve out your own path.The faculty and staff of the university will do their utmost to support you in this endeavor.We also introduced the educational philosophy of the university, ".kyoto" business, and the KCG Group's many initiatives for the next generation, such as the enhancement of content business-related education.
President Toshihide Ibaraki of KCGI then emphasized, "We want to provide you with a place where you can not only absorb knowledge, but also acquire something important for your life through direct interaction with people," adding, "What is needed now is human resources who can find new applications for ICT.Please do not lose your curiosity and fresh imagination, and take on new challenges," he said to the new students.
In response, Mr. Akitaka Murakami (Kinki University), who entered KCGI as a representative of the new students, made a strong pledge: "We will strive to grow every day with our many friends, aiming to cultivate 'rich creativity' as well as specialized knowledge and skills to contribute to the realization of an ideal information society.The new students took a new step forward as members of the KCG Group.
Congratulations to all incoming students!