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KCGI short-term training program for Changzhou College of Engineering and Vocational Technology students started.

Students from Changzhou Institute of Engineering and Vocational Technology, Jiangsu Province, China, who visited KCGI for short-term training
Students from Changzhou Institute of Engineering and Vocational Technology, Jiangsu Province, China, who visited KCGI for short-term training

KCGI short-term training program by 30 students from Changzhou Institute of Engineering and Vocational Technology, Jiangsu Province, China, which is affiliated with Kyoto College of Computer Science (KCGI), started on August 23, 2017.On the first day, there was an entrance ceremony and orientation at KCGI Kyoto Ekimae Satellite (Kyoto Computer Gakuin Kyoto Ekimae School), and the students seemed to be looking forward to studying IT for about 10 days and living in Kyoto, Japan.

Fifteen students from the interior design major and the computer major of the school visited the training program.On the morning of this day, the entrance ceremony was held and Yoichi Terashita, Vice President and Professor of KCGI, said, "Our university has partnerships with many educational institutions in China and around the world.In recent years, we have become more deeply involved with schools in southern China.Kyoto is the old capital of Japan.I hope that the training will be meaningful, not only for the study of IT but also for the experience of Japanese culture.In the following orientation, they learned about Japanese traffic rules and daily life, and in the afternoon, they toured the school building, including the KCG Museum, which displays valuable computers from the past.The students will stay in Japan until Sept. 2 to take lectures on Web and video-related technologies at KCGI and visit tourist spots in Kyoto.

In September, 50 students from Dalian University of Foreign Languages, China, will visit KCGI for a short-term training program of about three months.

 

 

 

Vice-President and Professor Terashita gave a welcome speech at the entrance ceremony
Vice-President and Professor Terashita gave a welcome speech at the entrance ceremony
The group visited the KCG Museum to see the valuable computers of the past
The group visited the KCG Museum to see the valuable computers of the past

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