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Degree Conferral and Graduation Ceremonies for the Spring 2017 Semester

KCGI Degree Conferral Ceremony and KCG Graduation Ceremony for the Spring 2017 semester.After completing their studies, they left for the front line with many memories in their hearts (September 15, 2017, KCGI Kyoto Station Satellite Main Hall)
KCGI Degree Conferral Ceremony and KCG Graduation Ceremony for the Spring 2017 semester.After completing their studies, they left for the front line with many memories in their hearts (September 15, 2017, KCGI Kyoto Station Satellite Main Hall)

The The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics (KCGI) Degree Ceremony and the Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) Graduation Ceremony for the 2017 Spring Semester were held at KCGI Kyoto Station Satellite Hall on Friday, September 15th.The graduates, who have acquired many skills and knowledge, have left for the front line with their memories in their hearts.

Mr. Toshihide Ibaraki, President of KCGI, presented the degree of "Master of Information Technology (Professional)" to the representative of graduates, and Mr. Yoichi Terashita, Principal of Kyoto Ekimae School, presented the diploma and degree to the representative of KCG graduates.After the ceremony, certificates of commendation and commemorative gifts were presented to the KCGI graduates who were selected for the Grand Prize, Excellence Prize and Best Project Prize for their outstanding academic and research achievements.Mr. Yuya Yamanaka, a working student, won both the Grand Prize and the Best Project Award.

After this, Mr. Wataru Hasegawa, President of KCG Group, made a ceremonial speech and said, "In the midst of the rapidly changing and chaotic world situation, the skills and knowledge you have acquired at KCG will give you a solid foundation for the future.It continues to be said that there is a serious shortage of technical personnel.I hope that you will not rest on your laurels and continue to strive to improve your skills.As a member of the KCG family, which can be said to be the largest in the ICT industry on a global level, I hope you will strive to grow and develop together.

President Ibaraki noted that big data, the Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI) are representative of new technologies, and added, "After graduation, you will be working in ICT-related jobs, so you will not only know the future of ICT society, but you will also be able to participate in the work of creating it.I hope that each of you will make efforts to realize a society where people can live in affluence, convenience, and peace of mind in the fields in which you excel.I sincerely hope that you will not miss out on the opportunities that are sure to arise in the midst of all this, and that you will actively take up the challenge.

Mr. Nayri Abdallah, a government-sponsored international student from the Republic of Tunisia, who majored in Web Business Technology at KCGI's Graduate School of Applied Information Technology, then spoke on behalf of the graduates and alumni, saying, "Japan, Kyoto, and the KCGI Group welcomed me warmly, and I was able to learn the spirit of hospitality.Seeing how the teachers at KCGI work made me realize that the best way to work as a team is to think of the team as a family.I am happy to have completed my studies with the support of all my teachers and friends," he said in his graduation speech in English.( Graduation speech, full text PDF ) Ms. Nairi married a Chinese student who was also a classmate of hers at KCGI on the day of the degree conferral ceremony.

At the end, all the attendees sang "Hotaru no Hikari" together.After the ceremony, a celebration party with graduates and graduating students was held at Rihga Royal Hotel Kyoto.

Congratulations to our graduates and alumni!We wish you all the best in your future endeavors.

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