November 1, 2015 is the twelfth anniversary of the Kyoto University of Information Studies (KCGI).Prior to this, a commemorative ceremony was held on October 30 at the Kyoto University of Information Sciences Kyoto Hall in front of the satellite, and all students and faculty members celebrated and promised a further leap forward.
At the ceremony, KCGI Vice President Prof. Shigeru Eibo introduced that “KCGI established the first day of November 2003 as the anniversary of its establishment” and introduced the lecture as of April 2004. I talked about things, future steps, and future prospects.Prof. Masatsugu Kido, Prof. KCGI, who is also the director of the KCGI Cyber Kyoto Research Institute, which manages and manages the top-level geographical domain ".kyoto" -I gave a lecture entitledProf. Kido has introduced the latest IT-related topics, and for students who listened to them, always raising the antenna to catch the latest IT information, being interested in these new things, He called for a quick check-up instead of a postponement.
KCGI inherited KCG's pioneering spirit, Japan's first computer education institution founded on May 1, 1963, and opened as Japan's first IT professional graduate school.Graduated from the Graduate School of Applied Information Technology. After completing the Department of Web Business Technology, the Master of Information Technology (professional degree), the highest degree in the IT application field, is obtained.In addition to the main school in Kyoto, satellites are installed in front of Kyoto Station, Sapporo, and Tokyo.In the academic field, applied information business courses (medical IT, agricultural IT, marine IT, etc.) will be added to existing web business technology courses, web system development courses, and content business courses from 2016.In addition, the enrollment capacity has been increased from the initial 80 (total 160) to 210 (420).So far, we have produced excellent human resources with both management and IT knowledge and technology in the IT industry worldwide, including Japan and Asia.